This event has finished Took place on: Friday, 9th Feb 2018
Join the Thames Discovery Programme for the first of our FREE evening lectures in 2018 for adults focusing on the history and archaeology of the River Thames.
The Thames foreshore in front of the Old Royal Naval College at Greenwich has some of the most vulnerable foreshore archaeology in London. Helen Johnston will explore the results of 20 years of archaeological investigations on the site, including the work of Thames Discovery Programme’s Greenwich Foreshore Recording and Observation Group (FROG) members, which have increased our understanding of the archaeology of the foreshore from the Mesolithic Period through to the modern day, including the fascinating shorefront remains of the Tudor Greenwich Palace.
Our Community Lectures are offered for free thanks to funding from Tideway.
Cost: Free of Charge
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More information at this website.Europe/London Foreshore Archaeology at Greenwich A free talk on the archaeology of the Thames foreshore at Greenwich by Thames Discovery Programme's Helen Johnston. Find out about some of the most fascinating foreshore archaeology in London, from the Mesolithic Period through to the modern day, including significant shorefront remains of the Tudor Greenwich Palace. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/02/09/foreshore-archaeology-at-greenwich-161319 King William Court,Old Royal Naval College,Greenwich,London