Mudlarking the River Thames at Low Tide! British Railways, Roman, Post Med Tiles, Gresham Club 21.06.21

Join me on the River Thames foreshore, London, Great Britain, at low tide. Search for historic finds and experience the riverbed uncovered. I show how fragments of social history unlock doors to learning more about the way we lived. This week I find Roman, 17th Century and Victorian artefacts, talk a little more about Pantiles with maker’s marks. So, come along for a search through our liquid history…


With thanks as ever to Richard Hemery for the ongoing help with accurately identifying pottery, and double-checking my work! His excellent book, Identifying the Pottery of the Thames is available to buy here:

I also referenced the following websites, and would like to both thank them and give them a link here…

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings:

Spicer Handmade Tiles:

Tudor Roof Tiles:

Portable Antiquities Scheme:

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