World Heritage and a national treasure – archaeology at the Tower of London

Date and time: 29 Oct 2020 - 19:30
Location: ,
Speaker: Graham Keevill
Organised by: AIM
Cost: free

The Tower of London is one of England’s most important historical and archaeological sites – a fact recognised in its designations as a World Heritage Site, Scheduled Monument (two of them, in fact), and numerous listed buildings. We might be tempted to think that we know everything about a site like this – and of course there is a wealth of knowledge built up over years (even centuries) of research. But that doesn’t mean that we know it all, and the Tower still has plenty of secrets to yield – when we have the chance to look! Graham Keevill has been carrying out archaeological work at this iconic site since 1993, and has made many remarkable discoveries. He will cover the best – and a few of the more esoteric ones – in this talk.

This will be an online talk using Zoom and details will be provided nearer the time.

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