The bookshelf shows the range of archaeological work supported by CoLAT in recent years, from conference posters to articles in journals to major book-length reports and studies produced with help from CoLAT, either in the research or publication.
- Nick Holder, Mia Ridge and Nathalie Cohen
'The Tony Dyson Archive Project: report of a pilot study investigating the creation of a digital archive of medieval property transactions along the City waterfront'
- Rachel Ives
'Insights into health, life and death in Victorian London's East End'
London Archaeologist 14 (2015), 150-4
- Gustav Milne and Angela Wardle
'Early Roman development at Leadenhall Court, London and related research'
Trans London & Middlesex Archaeol Soc 44 (1993), 23-170
- John Schofield
'Saxon and medieval parish churches in the City of London: a review'
Trans London & Middlesex Archaeol Soc 45 (1994), 23-146
- John Schofield
'Excavations on the site of St Nicholas Shambles, Newgate Street, City of London, 1975-9'
Trans London & Middlesex Archaeol Soc 48 (1997), 77-136
- John Schofield and Jacqui Pearce
'Thomas Soane's buildings near Billingsgate, London, 1640-66'
Post-Medieval Archaeol 43 part 2 (2009), 282-341
- Nick Holder and Christopher Phillpotts
'A 17th-century city merchant's house at 7a Laurence Pountney Hill and its medieval predecessor'
Trans London & Middlesex Archaeol Soc 61 (2010), 131-47
- Trevor Brigham, Tony Dyson and Bruce Watson
'Saxo-Norman, medieval and post-medieval development at Regis House, London EC4'
Trans London and Middlesex Archaeol Soc 61 (2010), 89-129
- Peter Rowsome
'Roman and medieval defences north of Ludgate: excavations at 42-6 Ludgate Hill and 1-6 Old Bailey, London EC4'
London Archaeologist 14 (2014), 3-10
- John Schofield and Jacqueline Pearce
'William Widmore's pottery cupboard: excavations in Thames Street, London, 1974-8'
London Archaeologist 14 (2014), 19-23.
- Rebecca Redfern and Heather Bonney
'Headhunting and amphitheatre combat in Roman London'
Journal of Archaeological Science 43 (2014) 214-226
- Condition survey of ironwork from waterlogged contexts from London sites excavated in the 1980s and 1990s (H Ganiaris, L Barham, L Goodman and R Johnson)
'Poster shown at Conference in Charleston, USA' (PDF, 3.5Mb)
'Extended abstract of project paper given at Stuttgart' (PDF, 34Mb )
- Jenny Hall with Dana Goodburn Brown
'Faking it - the evidence for counterfeiting coins in Roman London'
London Archaeologist 14 (2015), 123-126
Books and handbooks
The following recent London archaeological reports supported by CoLAT are available for purchase from Oxbow Books or the Museum of London Bookshop.
See also the news items on two recent major products, London’s Waterfront 1100–1666 and Manufactured Bodies.
Holy Trinity Priory, Aldgate, City of London
J Schofield and R Lea
MoLAS Monogr 24 (2005)
Museum of London
A new millennium at Southwark Cathedral
D Divers, C Mayo, N Cohen and C Jarrett
PCA Monogr 8 (2009)
'Hidden histories and records of antiquity': essays on Saxon and medieval London for John Clark, Curator Emeritus, Museum of London
Edited by Jon Cotton, Jenny Hall, Jackie Keily, Roz Sherris and Roy Stephenson
London & Middlesex Archaeological Society Special Paper 17 (2014)
Museum of London
London & Middlesex Archaeological Society
Shining new light on Roman London: project handbook and recording guide
MOLA and CoLAT (2017)
Available for download
Shining new light on Roman London