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I’ve been endlessly fascinated by the history of London ever since I first arrived in 2002.

One of my ultimate favourite museums is the Museum of London and I have spent hours and hours visiting numerous times over the years.

I subscribe to their email and follow their Facebook page to keep up with latest discoveries, of which there have been many over the years. To be a MoL Archaeologist must be one of the best jobs in the world. My daughter and I once participated in an archaeological dig in east London once many years ago. It was awesome, digging up history from the 1950s and prior. We had to hand all our finds in, but they allowed us to keep a few small pieces.

I just saw this article pop up on Facebook and found it do fascinating that I had to share it.

Reading between the lines: women on Roman tomb monuments

So many different stories…so many people…

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