The Society arranges two conferences each year: a Local History conference
in November, and an Archaeology conference in March or April.
The 43rd Conference of London Archaeologists
This year's conference, on Saturday 25 March, 2006, at the Museum of London, includes reports on recent work in the morning, and
a series of talks on the theme, Recent work on Roman towns, in the
Full programme and booking form available in either Word
or PDF format.
- The 1997 Local History conference: The London of Human Frailty
- The 1998 Archaeology conference: 25 Years of Digging in the City of London
- The 1998 Local History conference: Artist and Writers in the Metropolis
- The 1999 Archaeology conference: the Archaeology of the River Thames
- The 1999 Local History conference: The effect of Tudor and Stuart Royalty
on the Greater London area
- The 2000 Archaeology conference: Romans in the suburbs
- The 2001 Local History conference: Edwardian London a new era?
- The 2002 Local History conference: Buying and selling in metropolitan
- The 2003 Archaeology conference: London before London: prehistory in
- The 2003 Local History conference: Lunatick London
- The 2004 Local History conference: St Pauls and the diocese of
London: 1400 years
- The 2005 Archaeology conference: the LAMAS 150th Anniversary Great Archaeological
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