New blog post from Mark Collins: Tudor Thames Riverfront Revealed

The Tudor masonry river wall and thirteenth-century timbers in the course of excavation in Black Rod’s Garden. © Parliamentary Estates Directorate Archive.

In this month’s blog post, Dr Mark Collins, Archivist and Historian of the Parliamentary Estates Directorate, explores recent archaeological discoveries at the Palace of Westminster. Excavations by Museum of London Archaeology in Black Rod’s garden uncover evidence for the Tudor riverfront of the medieval palace, timber posts and fragments of high-status encaustic tile.

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