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Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. August 18, 2010 History. August 18, 2010 History found in the catalog. Are you sure you want to remove Excavations in the Middle Walbrook Valley, City of London, 1927-1960 from your list? Excavations in the Middle Walbrook Valley, City of London, 1927-1960. Published 1991 by London & Middlesex Archaeological Society in . Written in English.

Wilmott, T. 1991: Excavations in the Middle Walbrook Valley, City of London, 1927–1960, London. 1984: ‘Defensive outworks of Roman forts in Britain’, Britannia 15, 51–61. Wrathmell, . and Nicholson, A. 1990: Dalton Parlours: Iron Age Settlement and Roman Villa, Wakefield. Recommend this journal.

Walbrook is a subterranean river in the City of London that gave its name to a City ward and a minor street in its vicinity. The ward of Walbrook contains two of the City's most notable landmarks: the Bank of England and the Mansion House

Walbrook is a subterranean river in the City of London that gave its name to a City ward and a minor street in its vicinity. The ward of Walbrook contains two of the City's most notable landmarks: the Bank of England and the Mansion House.

Hassall, Tom Grafton. Oxford-the city beneath your feet: archaeological excavations in the city of Oxford, 1967-1972,. Oxford : Oxford Archaeological Excavation Committee. Excavations in the Middle Walbrook Valley : city of London, 1927-1960, Tony Wilmott. Excavations on Rookery Hill, Bishopstone, Sussex : an interim report, 1968-71, Martin G. Bell. Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and other First Nations people are advised that this catalogue contains names, recordings and images of deceased people and other content that may be culturally sensitive.

Six excavations () at Finsbury Circus on the north side of the City of London uncovered over 130 Romano-British burials . Mola Monograph Series. Mola (Museum of London Archaeology).

Six excavations () at Finsbury Circus on the north side of the City of London uncovered over 130 Romano-British burials, part of the upper Walbrook cemetery, to the west of the better-known northern cemetery (around Bishopsgate). The Upper Walbrook Valley Cemetery of Roman London.

The Walbrook was undoubtedly a powerful and important topographical feature of. .

The Walbrook was undoubtedly a powerful and important topographical feature of the Roman city, rising to the north and coursing through the centre of the settlement cleaving it into. Tokenhouse Yard in the City of London lies in the upper reaches of the valley of the Walbrook. The Walbrook was undoubtedly a powerful and important topographical feature of the Roman city, rising to the north and coursing through the centre of the settlement cleaving it into two low hills, Cornhill and Ludgate Hill, before discharging into the Thames to the south.

1990 The archaeology of Roman London, Volume 1: The Upper Walbrook valley in the Roman period i. Front cover: Reconstruction by John Pearson of the upper Walbrook at 15–35 Copthall Avenue in the mid 2nd century Contents List of figures.

1990 The archaeology of Roman London, Volume 1: The Upper Walbrook valley in the Roman period ii. Frontispiece River landscape similar to the upper Walbrook as it may have been in prehistoric times The archaeology of Roman London, Volume 1. The ward of Walbrook contains two of the City's most notable landmarks: the Bank of England and Mansion House. In the 1860s, excavations by General Augustus Pitt Rivers uncovered a large number of human skulls, and almost no other bones, in the bed of the Walbrook. This has been seen as reminiscent of a passage from Geoffrey of Monmouth's History of the Kings of Britain (ca.