"London's Archaeological Secrets: A World City Revealed", Chris Thomas (ed) 2003, has won the prestigious 'New Generation Book of the Year 2004' Award given jointly by the publishers Longman and the journal History Today.
The awards, which have been going since 1994, are made to foster a wider understanding of and enthusiasm for history, and the ‘New Generation Book of the Year’ Award is made to the author of the book ‘most likely to stimulate imaginative involvement in, and enthusiasm for, history in young people of secondary school age.’
Congratulations are due to Chris Thomas, Andy Chopping and Tracy Wellman for all their work in creating this book, which was produced jointly with Yale University Press. Longman said that the book ‘demonstrates attractively just how rich the archaeological record is, and offers a multi-dimensional survey of the history of the capital from prehistoric times’.
Find out about the "London's Archaeological Secrets: A World City Revealed" publication.