An archaeologist at work on a site excavation
The dig at the site of Bow Bells House

Banking on the past

30 April 2008

Museum of London archaeology gets a mention in the latest edition of the Bank of Ireland Group's inhouse magazine, Banktalk. The Bank is currently looking forward to moving into their new flagship UK offices, leased on four floors of Bow Bells House.

A piece of green moulded glass featuring a relief of two male figures
Roman glass found on site

But as the Bank looks to the future, they've also paused to acknowledge the fascinating history of the Bow Bells House site, located adjacent to St Mary Le Bow at Bow Bells Church and close to St Paul's Cathedral. As revealed by the Museum of London Archaeology Service excavations, the land where the building now stands has seen many different uses since Roman times.
The article from Banktalk can be viewed using the link below. It is reproduced with the kind permission of the Bank of Ireland Group.

Banktalk: Bow Bells facts (PDF, 1.1mb)