From the BBC: Bridging London’s lost centuries.
Two very different finds, dug up close to each other by Trafalgar Square, shine new light on the greatest puzzle of London archaeology – the "silent" centuries after Roman rule.
That the skeleton of "London’s Last Roman" — or anything ancient and unknown — can be discovered in 2006 in Trafalgar Square is remarkable.
But when it comes to yielding secrets, the square’s church, St Martin-in-the-Fields, has a long record. [continue]