The archaeological legacy of the Crossrail excavations

The archaeological legacy of the Crossrail excavations

Bedlam dig begins at Liverpool Street - Crossrail

The excavation will allow construction of the eastern entrance of the new Liverpool Street Crossrail station. A team of 60 archaeologists will work in shifts, six days a week to remove skeletons and carefully record evidence for what may prove to be, in archaeology terms, London's most valuable 16th and 17 th -century cemetery site.

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Crossrail project uncovers secrets of Bedlam burial ground

Feb 09, 2015 · The resulting database, published today, will inform Crossrail's archaeological excavation of the eastern entrance of Liverpool Street Crossrail station, which begins in …

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(PDF) The Tell el Daba Archaeological Information System

The Tell el Daba Archaeological Information System: adding the fourth dimension to legacy datasets of long-term excavations (A puzzle in 4D)

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Skeletons, chamber pots and hippo sandals: the lost

Jun 01, 2017 · Found at Stepney Green, the chamber pot is one of Keily's favourites of the tens of thousands of objects dug up in 40 archaeological excavations carried out …

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Suspected 1665 Great Plague pit unearthed at Crossrail

Aug 12, 2015 · About Crossrail . To date Crossrail has found more than 10,000 artefacts spanning 55 million years of London's past at over 40 construction sites. It is the UK's largest archaeology project. Preliminary excavations at the Liverpool Street site in 2011 and 2012 uncovered more than 400 skeletons and numerous artefacts.

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Archaeological finds from Crossrail | Museum of London

Feb 08, 2017 · There's a large body of pre-existing archaeological work on sites in this area, which indicated what might be found. One of these is an earlier excavation at Liverpool Street Station, just to the north of the Crossrail site, …

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Bedlam burial excavation nears completion - Crossrail

Crossrail Archaeology: Bedlam excavation nears completion. Drag the object around to rotate it and view it from different angles. Archaeologists began excavating over 3,000 skeletons from the Bedlam burial ground at Liverpool Street in the City of London in March 2015. A team of 60 archaeologists worked in shifts, six days a week to remove

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The Gallery | Crossrail's archaeological discoveries | New

Mar 01, 2016 · The books will be supplemented by the release of Crossrail's Fieldwork Reports – extensive technical papers that provide a much greater level of detail and further information on the excavations and their findings. All the …

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Crossrail uncovers Brunel legacy - Construction Index

Sep 23, 2014 · The excavations by Crossrail are part of the UK's largest archaeological programme. The Crossrail archaeology team is documenting the remains using laser scans, creating 3D models of the

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The stakeholder aspect of the Crossrail archaeology programme

Nov 27, 2018 · The presentation considered details such as the legacy of the archaeology project, indeed the definition of legacy, and how stakeholders perceive the benefits that flow down from a community-oriented set of objectives. The means of quantifying soft benefits, such as stakeholder involvement, is open to debate.

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Crossrail breathes life into long-dead - Archaeology News

Feb 15, 2015 · Our heartfelt thanks go to the volunteer researchers, who have contributed immensely to Crossrail's legacy." The archaeological excavations at Liverpool Street are undertaken by MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) on behalf of Crossrail. Scientific analysis of up to 3,000 skeletons will provide new insights into the lives and deaths of

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Crossrail completes UK's largest archaeology programme

Oct 26, 2017 · An immersive, virtual archaeology exhibition can be found at https://archaeology.crossrail.co.uk. The immersive website uses panoramic 360-degree photographs to take visitors on a journey along the route of the new railway, along with photographs and footage captured during archaeological excavations.

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A layer-cake of time: Crossrail's archaeology | Financial

A layer-cake of time: Crossrail's archaeology. London's Crossrail project, one of Europe's biggest engineering projects, is also the source of a spectacular array of archaeological finds

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Archaeology - Crossrail - Crossrail - Crossrail

Excavating Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail

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Crossrail Archaeology at Liverpool Street and Broadgate

Oct 17, 2016 · We were delighted to welcome our guest speaker Alison Telfer from the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA), who came to speak to us today about the Crossrail excavations at Liverpool and Broadgate. Earlier this year, Channel 4 and other newspaper stories provided a sensational story of insurrection and mass execution/decapitation in Roman London based on…

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Crossrail completes UK's largest archaeology programme

Nov 10, 2017 · Great Britain - Crossrail has released books on the extensive archaeological digs and studies undertaken throughout the project. The history of London is represented in these books, from the stone tools that are all that remain of the Mesolithic peoples, through to the skeletons of executed Romans and in to the mass graves of the Great Plague, the studies have …

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Crossrail excavation uncovers Great Western Railway structures

Sep 22, 2014 · Great Western Railway structures which have been unseen for 100 years have been uncovered by a Crossrail excavation programme near Paddington in west London. The findings, discovered during the UK's largest archaeological …

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Crossrail To Dig Up More Bedlam Bodies Under Liverpool

Feb 09, 2015 · Crossrail excavation . See gallery immensely to Crossrail's legacy." The archaeological excavations at Liverpool Street are being undertaken by Museum of London Archaeology on behalf of Crossrail.

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Crossrail uncovers Brunel legacy - Construction Index

Sep 23, 2014 · The excavations by Crossrail are part of the UK's largest archaeological programme. The Crossrail archaeology team is documenting the remains using laser scans, creating 3D models of the

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Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail, Museum of London

Feb 14, 2017 · Tunnel: the archaeology of Crossrail is a gem of a story that the Museum of London is best placed to tell. Crossrail will become the Elizabeth Line when it opens from 2018 and it is an engineering project on an epic scale. Crossing London from east to west on a route that encompasses 118km, construction led to 42km of new tunnels under London's busy streets.

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