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eBook The Cross Bones Burial Ground, Redcross Way Southwark, London: Archaeological Excavations (1991-1998) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line Extension Project (MoLAS Monograph) ePub
Author: Megan Brickley
Language: English
ISBN: 1901992063
ISBN13: 978-1901992069
Publisher: Museum of London Archaeology Service (December 1, 1999)
Pages: 55
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
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The Cross Bones Burial.

The Cross Bones Burial. Published December 1st 1999 by Museum of London Archaeological Service (first published February 1999). The Cross Bones Burial Ground, Redcross Way, Southwark, London (MoLAS Monograph).

This MOLA report combines archaeological, osteoarchaeology . for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line Extension Project.

This MOLA report combines archaeological, osteoarchaeology, biological and documentary evidence, using a sample of 148 burials from the mid 19th century to provide a window on harsh living conditions. The Cross Bones burial ground, Redcross Way, Southwark, London: archaeological excavations (1991–1998) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line Extension Project. Megan Brickley, Adrian Miles, Hilary Stainer. Most were buried in cheap coffins and this heavily used, ill-kept and unconsecrated burial ground – which was closed in 1853 – contrasts with wealthy parishes elsewhere in London.

This volume, one of several on archaeological finds made during construction of the Jubilee Line Extension, presents evidence related to medieval and later Southwark uncovered at London Bridge Station.

Aspects of Medieval and Later Southwark: Archaeological Excavations (1991-8) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line Extension Project (MoLAS Monograph): 7. by. Heather Knight (Author). This volume, one of several on archaeological finds made during construction of the Jubilee Line Extension, presents evidence related to medieval and later Southwark uncovered at London Bridge Station. Early medieval Southwark was at risk from flooding, and evidence of the environment, land reclamation, embankments and drainage ditches has been found.

Brickley, Megan, Adrian Miles, and Hilary Stainer. The Cross Bones Burial Ground, Redcross Way, Southwark: Archaeological Excavations (1991–1998) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line Extension Project. Critical Inquiry 28 (1): 1–22. Cross Bones Graveyard, London. The Southwark Mysteries.

This book publishes the archaeological work undertaken for the Jubilee Line Extension Project in the 1990s and a series of other archaeological investigations in and around the Palace of Westminster

This book publishes the archaeological work undertaken for the Jubilee Line Extension Project in the 1990s and a series of other archaeological investigations in and around the Palace of Westminster. It starts with the origins of the settlement on Thorney Island over 7000 years ago and discusses the evidence from the later prehistoric, Roman and Saxon periods before describing the development of the palace up to the fire of 1834. Bibliographic Details. Title: Royal palace, abbey and town of Westminster. Publisher: MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) Publication Date: 2006 Binding: Paperback Book Condition: Good.

Publisher:-MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology). A final report on the excavation of the Jubilee Line Extension project which revealed evidence for the Holocene environment of the Thames Valley 10,000 years ago. Product Identifiers. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Museum of London Archaeology.

Glaciers and Glaciation. Bennett MR, Glasser NF. 1996. Glacial Geology: Ice Sheets and Landforms.

Archaeological excavations (1991-1998) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line Extension Project, J. Sidell, K. Wilkinson, R. Scaife and N. Cameron, Museum of London Archaeology Service Monograph no. 5, 2000 (144 pp) ISBN 1-901992-10-1. Article in Journal of Quaternary Science 17(8):799-800 · December 2002 with 59 Reads. Glaciers and Glaciation.

Information on the historic burial ground of Cross Bones Graveyard in Southwark, the burial . By 1769 the graveyard was being used not only for prostitutes but for the poor of St Saviour's parish and for other unfortunates who were not allowed a Christian burial.

Information on the historic burial ground of Cross Bones Graveyard in Southwark, the burial place of the 'Bishop of Winchester's Geese' and a memorial to London's 'Outcast Dead'. The small burial ground quickly filled to the point of bursting.

Archaeological Excavations (1991-8) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line Extension Project. The Palace and Abbey of Westminster provide one of the most familiar images in the world.

The Royal Palace, Abbey and Town of Westminster on Thorney Island : Archaeological Excavations (1991-8) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line Extension Project. by Jane Sidell and Christopher Thomas. From its beginnings on an island surrounded by the Rivers Thames and Tyburn more than 7000 years ago, the site became the most important centre of English history from the 11th century onwards.

The Cross Bones Burial Ground Redcross Way Southwark London. Archaeological Excavations (1991-1998) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line Extension Project

The Cross Bones Burial Ground Redcross Way Southwark London. Archaeological Excavations (1991-1998) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line Extension Project. MoLAS Monograph 3 (MoLAS: London) Brickley, M. 2006 Rib fractures in the archaeological record: a useful source of sociocultural information? International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 16: 61-75. Brickley, . Buteux, . Adams, J. and Cherrington, R. 2006 St. Martin’s uncovered.

The results of the excavation of a 19th-century burial ground are here made available in a short, well-illustrated and popular format. Over half of the 148 skeletons were infants or adolescents and most of the skeletons showed signs of hard manual labour, extreme poverty and poor living conditions. The book comprises an extended documentary background, a history of St Saviour's parish, a discussion of the archaeological discoveries and skeletal analysis and pathology. The excavations and the supporting documentary evidence, as well as this book, reveal a fascinating portrait of the population of Southwark over a limited period in the middle years of the 19th century.
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