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  • Kings over everything: the archaeology of Britain within the Roman Empire
    In the interlude between 'the fog of prehistory' and the 'mist of the Dark Ages', Britain is relatively well illuminated. Yet much remains unclear. This course examines how archaeology contributes to an understanding of the character and development of Britain during the centuries or Rome's imperial rule. The tutor is Harvey Sheldon. Term 1 starts on Wednesday 6 October and finishes on 22 December 201. Term 2 starts on 12 January 2011 and runs until 30 March. This is run in partnership with Birkbeck: course code:FFAR059S4ACB CE; CATS points 30; Level 4. NB: Due to changes in the way the government funds lifelong learning there has been a change in the way fees are charged by Birkbeck: if you do not already have a degree then you will qualify for a reduction and will be charged a lower non ELQ rate ie £450 (or £225 if you are in receipt of benefit.

    Date: 30 March 2011.
    Times: 18:30

  • Little Moles toddlers group
    Learn, play and explore together every Wednesday during term-time in this fun, hands-on and creative session for toddlers (walkers-5 years) and carers.

    Date: 30 March 2011.
    Times: 15:30

  • London bodies: an introduction to the study of human skeletal remains
    An introduction to the analysis and archaeological application of human skeletal remains. You will learn basic skeletal anatomy, ageing and sexing techniques, and about juvenile development, and be given an introduction to skeletal pathology and trauma. You will have the unique opportunity to gain practical experience from the Museum of London's vast archaeological archive of skeletal remains. No prior knowledge is required. The tutors are Victoria Yorke-Edwards and Brenna Hassett. Term 1 starts on Wednesday 6 October and finishes on 22 December 2010, with a half term break on 27 October 2010. Term 2 starts on 12 January 2011 and finishes on 30 March with a half term break on 23 February. This course is run in partnership with Birkbeck: course code: FFAR124S5ACB CE; CATS points 30; Level 5. NB: Due to changes in the way the government funds lifelong learning there has been a change in the way fees are charged by Birkbeck: if you do not already have a degree then you will qualify for a reduction and will be charged a lower non ELQ rate ie £450(or £225 if you are in receipt of benefit).

    Date: 30 March 2011.
    Times: 18:30

  • Mike Seaborne, Senior Curator of Photographs and Curator of the London Street Photography exhibition
    On the last Wednesday of every month, enjoy free daytime talks by Museum of London curators, conservators and archaeologists. Find out what our experts get up to behind-the-scenes and what current research or recent finds they are working on.

    Date: 30 March 2011.
    Times: 15:00

  • Mini Moles babies group
    Learn, play and explore together every Wednesday during term-time. This session is for babies aged 6 months-walking and their carers and includes stories, rhyme time and an opportunity to meet others in a relaxed setting.

    Date: 30 March 2011.
    Times: 11:00

  • Researching London's past (10)
    Develop your research skills, learn how to analyse archives and historical and archaeological objects from the Museum's collections. Build your understanding of what history is, and how archaeological and historical evidence is compiled to make the 'story' of history, while improving your computing and online research skills. This course runs in partnership with the City of London Adult and Community Learning Services and the London Metropolitan Archives. It will provide an excellent supplement to the City Guides and other guiding courses. It starts on Wednesday 2 February 2011 and runs for 10 weeks until 6 April. Students need to enrol in person at the City of London Community Education Centre (COLCEC), 99 Golden Lane, London EC1Y 0TZ. Call 020 7608 2753 for more information.

    Date: 30 March 2011.
    Times: 15:00

  • Under 5s storytime
    Join us in our galleries for stories, music and fun every Thursday during term-time, then come and play in Mudlarks.

    Date: 31 March 2011.
    Times: 15:00

  • Tours of Mortimer Wheeler House
    Visit the London Archaeological Archive and Research Centre (LAARC) to see and handle some of the thousands of finds that haven't yet made it into our galleries. There are plenty of surprises in store for visitors to our Archaeological Archive and Research Centre, one of the largest purely archaeological stores in Europe. Along the 10 km of shelves - which laid end to end would run from St Paul's to Marble Arch and back - you will find over 5,000 shoes, 3,000 pins, 500 needles and records concerning 8,500 excavations, the earliest dating back to 1830. The tours will be led by some of our volunteers - over 600 of whom have worked in the Archive at various times over the past ten years. Take the chance to chat to them, and to Museum staff, about their favourite finds. They might even let you touch a 600-year old shoe or a Roman wine jar!

    Date: 01 April 2011.
    Times: 11:00; 14:00

  • Sailor's 1000 stories and puppet making
    Join us for a fun story and turn your favourite character into a puppet to take home with you.

    Date: 02 April 2011.
    Times: 12:30; 14:30

  • Sailor's 1000 stories and puppet making
    Join us for a fun story and turn your favourite character into a puppet to take home with you.

    Date: 02 April 2011.
    Times: 12:30; 14:30

  • Tours of Mortimer Wheeler House
    Visit the London Archaeological Archive and Research Centre (LAARC) to see and handle some of the thousands of finds that haven't yet made it into our galleries. There are plenty of surprises in store for visitors to our Archaeological Archive and Research Centre, one of the largest purely archaeological stores in Europe. Along the 10 km of shelves - which laid end to end would run from St Paul's to Marble Arch and back - you will find over 5,000 shoes, 3,000 pins, 500 needles and records concerning 8,500 excavations, the earliest dating back to 1830. The tours will be led by some of our volunteers - over 600 of whom have worked in the Archive at various times over the past ten years. Take the chance to chat to them, and to Museum staff, about their favourite finds. They might even let you touch a 600-year old shoe or a Roman wine jar!

    Date: 02 April 2011.
    Times: 11:00; 14:00

  • A walk into the 'grey soul of London'
    Robert Kingham takes a mystical look at Finsbury through the books of Arthur Machen, stopping off at some historic pubs. For the friends concessionary rate, please call the Museum of London Box Office on 020 7001 9844.

    Date: 03 April 2011.
    Times: 17:00

  • Museum explored
    Join one of the Museum's Hosts and explore the galleries through fun, hands-on activities. Suitable for the whole family.

    Date: 03 April 2011.
    Times: 11:30; 14:00

  • Little Mudlarks toddlers group: Messy Mondays
    Come and use your senses and get messy together in our special monthly creative session as part of our Little Mudlarks toddlers group (for walkers-5 years and their carers).

    Date: 04 April 2011.
    Times: 10:15

  • Mini Mudlarks babies group
    Learn, play, explore and have fun together every Monday during term-time in our Mudlarks gallery. The session is for babies aged 6 months-walking and their carers and includes stories, rhyme time and an opportunity to meet others in a relaxed setting.

    Date: 04 April 2011.
    Times: 12:45

  • A walk into the 'grey soul of London'
    Robert Kingham takes a mystical look at Finsbury through the books of Arthur Machen, stopping off at some historic pubs. For the friends concessionary rate, please call the Museum of London Box Office on 020 7001 9844.

    Date: 06 April 2011.
    Times: 18:00

  • Docklands History Group
    The Docklands History Group is an independent body established in 1979 to encourage greater understanding of all aspects of the Port of London, and the maritime, industrial and social history of the River Thames, together with its continuing development. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month (except January) at 6pm at Museum of London Docklands. All enquiries should be made to info@docklandshistorygroup.org.uk.

    Date: 06 April 2011.
    Times: 18:00

  • Little Moles toddlers group
    Learn, play and explore together every Wednesday during term-time in this fun, hands-on and creative session for toddlers (walkers-5 years) and carers.

    Date: 06 April 2011.
    Times: 15:30

  • Mini Moles babies group
    Learn, play and explore together every Wednesday during term-time. This session is for babies aged 6 months-walking and their carers and includes stories, rhyme time and an opportunity to meet others in a relaxed setting.

    Date: 06 April 2011.
    Times: 11:00

  • Researching London's past (10)
    Develop your research skills, learn how to analyse archives and historical and archaeological objects from the Museum's collections. Build your understanding of what history is, and how archaeological and historical evidence is compiled to make the 'story' of history, while improving your computing and online research skills. This course runs in partnership with the City of London Adult and Community Learning Services and the London Metropolitan Archives. It will provide an excellent supplement to the City Guides and other guiding courses. It starts on Wednesday 2 February 2011 and runs for 10 weeks until 6 April. Students need to enrol in person at the City of London Community Education Centre (COLCEC), 99 Golden Lane, London EC1Y 0TZ. Call 020 7608 2753 for more information.

    Date: 06 April 2011.
    Times: 15:00

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