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Ed is an architect and artist. And a licensed mudlarker.
Mudlark- poor kids who used to scavenge on the Thames.
Always has been a rubbish dump!
found two years ago.
Veralanium? st albans. brought down Roman Road to use in Londoninium
THE RIVER THAMES IS A JIGSAW OF TIME!
the population of Londinium was about 60,000
Kevin Warner of Colchester
Instead were 18 objects inside.
The Thames has been the rubbish dump for all ages. So you can find objects from all ages of humans
Ed has found lots of Roman hairpins
2 mins left
Samian I think
yes just googled it!!
Yes just googled it too!
The London Museum helped Ed work out what the opponent gladiator looked like. All from one foot.
Building materials. Paw print, gargoyle and piece of ceramic tiling.
Mudlarking licensing started in the 1960. There are a few hundred now.
Clara and Ben
Got to dash but... merci encore!
Thanks for coming
Pre fire of london
Some have scorch marks on them
Ward off witches. Fill with concoction of urine , pins and hair.
ward off evil spirits
Pipes- tobacco was very expensive so those who could afford them were more decorated
3 minutes left
info on tile please
Lots of artists have loved the Thames: Monet, Turner
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Found on Rememberence Sunday
Got to go, thanks everyone!
yes please for next week!
thank you so much Ed for sharing objects and knowledge lovely session
Fascinating, excellent workshop. Loved it Thank you so much
thank you, going to drop off
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Thanks Ed and all.