Appeal from The Museum of London Archaeology - London’s Temple of Mithras
The Museum of London Archaeology is looking for people who visited the Roman Temple of Mithras in Walbrook Square when it was unearthed in 1954.  The site was then opened to the public for two hours a day during a two-week period.  Despite the relatively shortly hours nearly 30,000 people visited each day, a response not matched by any archaeologival discovery since.
The Museum want to know more about why so many people visited the site and so has launched an oral history project to coincide with the conservation and reconstruction of the temple. 
Click here to find out more including how to volunteer to participate in the project if you or someone you know was one of those visitors:
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