An Archaeological History of a Neighbourhood from Early Medieval to Modern Times
Highly Commended for the 2008 British Archaeological Awards Best Scholarly Book. This well-produced and authoritative work in two volumes will provide an invaluable addition to the study not only of London history but of European urban history more widely. [...] As with the previous volumes in the MoLAS series, we expect them to contain the detailed technical and archaeological information of interest to the experts, and this is indeed done in full measure.... highly recommended to medievalists and will be of value to all historians.'-- (02/01/2011)
Nick Holder is a Senior Properties Historian for English Heritage and a Honorary Research Fellow for University of Exeter. He has previously graduated from University College London and Paris-Sorbonne University, with his PhD from Royal Holloway.