00 Hardcover MoLAS monograph; 39 DA690 As monograph 39 of the Museum of London Archaeology Service, this title outlines the archaeological evidence of an excavation held in 1994-1996 at 1 Poultry, London, at the site of the church of St.
What does MoLAS stand for?
MoLAS stands for Museum of London Archaeology Service
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- Multidimensional On-line Analytical Processing
- Ministry of Land and Resources (China)
- Modular Linux and Adaptive Runtime (computing; various schools)
- Ministry of Lands Agriculture and Rural Resettlement (Zimbabwe)
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- Modernization of Land Data Systems (geographical information system; institute)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Hope Recent work by the Museum of London Archaeology Service is interpreted as having located remains associated with the Hope--the playhouse that Philip Henslowe contracted Jacob Meade and Gilbert Katherens to build for him.
00 Hardcover MoLAS monograph; 40 NK4670 This publication of the Museum of London Archaeology Services outlines the archaeological interventions 1979-1992 at five tin-glazed ware production sites on the south bank of the Thames, and includes documentary sources.
The Museum of London Archaeology Service (MoLAS) has recently begun to publish useful series of both 'Archaeology Studies' and 'Monographs', covering excavation and research projects undertaken since the 1970s, principally by MoLAS and its predecessor organisations in the Museum of London.
The Museum of London Archaeology Service (http://www.
Unpublished report, Museum of London Archaeology Service, Environmental Section.