Lambeth unearthed: an archaeological history of Lambeth
Although the Borough of Lambeth is a modern creation, human activity there reaches back to the Ice Ages. Since then the ebb and flow of people and events has endowed Lambeth with its rich and varied heritage. Archaeologists have dug in numerous places across the borough, unearthing the evidence for Lambeth’s lost past, making exciting and informative finds to bring the past alive. Lambeth unearthed looks at this intriguing story of archaeological discovery, showing that the past is always there. Lambeth unearthed shows how the archaeological finds complement the borough’s history, giving a fuller picture of the past. Lambeth unearthed brings that picture to life with fascinating, rarely-seen illustrations and a lively, informed text.
Runner-up for the SCOLA award for 'Best book on London archaeology in 2002 and 2003'.
Authors: Graham Gower with Kieron Tyler
Series: Popular books
Published by: SLAEC with MoLAS for Lambeth Archives Department 2003. ISBN 1-901992-46-2. Pb62pp. Col ill throughout.
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