Eight photos from London's "deepest" Roman dig include leather goods, tableware, a horse pendant and amber.
Called "Pompeii of the North", the three-acre site was protected over the centuries by a river that flooded. Some 10,000 finds have been unearthed including only the second wooden door found in London. The artifacts cover from about CE 40 to the early 5th century and will be preserved at the Museum of London. They will eventually become part of a public exhibition in the Bloomberg headquarters for which the excavation is being done.