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MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) has been working with the property development sector to uncover the history buried beneath our streets for over 40 years. The largest archaeology and built heritage practice in the country, they help their commercial partners to achieve planning consent swiftly and expertly and make sure that the development sector’s investment in archaeological research makes an impact through its research and engagement programmes.  In this series of articles the specialists from MOLA share some of their amazing discoveries and research. Find out more about MOLA’s services and research and engagement project at

Recent Posts by MOLA:
Roman fresco discovered thanks to nearly 2,000 years of construction Uncovering one of the earliest known Roman wall paintings in Britain

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Digging up a right royal history

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Chalk and cheese: Samuel Pepys at Ten Trinity Square MOLA archaeologists excavated Ten Trinity Square as part of the development of a luxury hotel and residential development

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A pristine Roman sculpture, almost too good to be true It is believed that this statue once adorned a rich mausoleum

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London Mithraeum: a Roman ruin re-imagined MOLA archaeologists recreate Temple of Mithras

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