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A Journey through Time: Crossrail in the lower Thames floodplain

Spurr, Graham
Through analysis of the archaeology investigated along the Crossrail south-east line, which diverts from the main west-east route across the Thames floodplain from Stepney Green to Abbey Wood, this book tells the story of the lower Thames throughout the Holocene (from c.
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Outside Roman London: Roadside burials by the Walbrook stream

Ranieri, Serena
This book describes the archaeological evidence from excavations at Crossrail's Broadgate ticket hall at Liverpool Street, from the Late Iron Age to the late Roman marsh formation.
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St Marylebone's Paddington Street North Burial Ground:: Excavations at Paddington Street, London W1, 2012-13

Henderson M
During the 18th century the expansion of the wealthy London parish of St Marylebone led to the development of two additional graveyards to relieve pressure on the church and churchyard on Marylebone High Street.
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The New Churchyard: From Moorfields marsh to Bethlem burial ground, Brokers Row and Liverpool Street

Hartlewith, Robert
Modern Liverpool Street was once on the margins of London: the story of its development - from the medieval marsh of Moorfields to municipal, non-parochial, burial ground and later suburb - is illustrated by archaeological investigations undertaken as part of the Crossrail Central development.
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