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Cetacean Exploitation in the Medieval London (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Youri Van Den Hurk.

Zooarchaeology aims to reconstruct the relationship between humans and animals based on the bone remains of these animals. However the field is often primarily concerned with (domesticated) terrestrial mammals, frequently neglecting cetaceans. This can be ascribed to the fact that zooarchaeological cetacean remains are often too fragmented for identification and a general lack of extensive cetacean reference collections for comparison, resulting in poor understanding of early human-cetacean...


A Cultural Resource Survey of of Timber Management Areas on the London, Somerset and Stearns Ranger Districts, Daniel Boone National forest (1987)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard S. Levy. Ruth G. Myers.

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A Cultural Resource Survey of Timber Management Areas on the London, Stearns and Redbird Ranger Districts, DBNF (1987)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard S. Levy. Ruth G. Myers.

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Stinking foreshore to tree lined avenue: Investigating the riverine lives impacted by the construction of the Thames Embankments in Victorian London. (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hanna Steyne.

Victorian London saw dramatic changes along the Thames, with the construction of the East End Docks and Thames Embankments, as the city struggled to cope with its ballooning population and prospering shipping industry. The Embankments reclaimed a stinking, effluent covered foreshore previously occupied by wharves, jetties, barge beds and slips, and contained a new sewer system and covered railways, finished with tree lined avenues and road access to central London. The Embankment has been hailed...


The Townhouse and London Worker: Towards an Archaeology of the London Home (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charlotte J Newman.

The townhouse is an icon in the London landscape.  Constructed on mass throughout the city, the townhouse was often designed as a flexible space to accommodate the ever changing needs of the Londoner.  Across the social spectrum, the complex negotiation between domestic, commercial and industrious space defined the evolution of the townhouse.  For the working or modest middling classes, the town house often became a multifaceted space accommodating trade, industry, lodgers, and owners, whilst...