This volume is the second of several volumes presenting previously unpublished findings relating to Roman Southwark. This looks at an extensive sequence of Roman metalworking workshops and hearths, from the late 1st-late 4th centuries AD. The book is split into discussions of the metalworking industry, the period covered, and an analysis of the finds and is extensively illustrated throughout.
Publisher: Museum of London Archaeology
Number of pages: 186
Weight: 776 g
Dimensions: 297 x 210 x 14 mm
the volume is well presented and informative and forms a valuable addition to our understanding of Roman London.'--Paul Craddock "British Archaeology, 79, November 2004 "
maintains the high standard set by previous MoLAS monographs'--Patrick Ottaway "Antiquity, 2005 "