In this journal entry, Guy explains a bit about the difference between Special Finds and Registered Finds and also shows you how you can check out the finds data on ARK.
In this 11th episode of our video series we take a look at how we process the paper records off site in the office to build up a picture of the site. This video accompanies the launch of our post excavation reports on the website.
Guy introduces the forthcoming assessment reports. This work is going to be presented in its original and quite technical format, but we hope to present some blog entries to accompany and explain the technical reports.
Images from Tower Hamlets Local History and Archive Library of the Prescot Street site and South Tenter Street in 1941 after being destroyed during the Blitz
A selection of working shots made on colour film and black and white negative for the primary archive
Archive research into the inhabitants of South Tenter Street
This page introduces Johanna Zetterstrom-Sharp, who works for L – P : Archaeology.
This article explains what happens to the finds and records once they have been recorded and processed on site.
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Lorna is looking at archive evidence for who lived in the houses at South Tenter Street and Prescot Street before they were destroyed in the Second World War.
An article that explains about what archaeologists do with the things they find. It also briefly explains about treasure.
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This article explains how archaeologists know where to look. It explains in more depth how sites are found and the process of desk based research.