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Eliott Wragg 'London's Nautical Archaeology'

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London was once the greatest shipbuilding centre in the world, virtually all that now remains of this huge industry lies on the Thames foreshore - what other remnants of London's maritime past can be found there?

Eliott has a BA in Ancient History and Archaeology and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Field Archaeology, both from Birmingham University and an MA in Maritime Archaeology from UCL. He has worked as an Archaeological Site Assistant for the Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit and Pre-Construct Archaeology before becoming a Senior Archaeologist for the latter. Before joining MOLA’s Thames Discovery Programme, Eliott worked as a freelance site supervisor and project manager on sites in the South-East of England, and was also a Trustee Director of the Nautical Archaeology Society. from 2010 to 2016