While the Thames was a vital artery of trade for London, the river also had a more spiritual aspect. What can archaeology tell us about this little known aspect of the river?

After training on sites in Sussex, Wiltshire and London, Nathalie Cohen has worked on a number of different archaeological projects including the Monuments at Risk Survey in the East Midlands, the Grimes London Archive Project and the Thames Archaeological Survey. She has worked at Museum of London Archaeology Service (now MOLA); as the Archivist for the unit, as a field archaeologist on excavations, and as a foreshore and built heritage specialist, on sites across Greater London, Kent, Buckinghamshire, Somerset, Devon and Surrey. Nathalie completed an MA in Maritime Archaeology in 2007 at UCL.

Nathalie currently works for the National Trust, as the regional Archaeologist for Kent and East Sussex. She is also the Cathedral Archaeologist for Canterbury Cathedral.

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