Erith

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Coordinates: 51°28′35″N 0°10′05″E / 51.4763°N 0.1681°E / 51.4763; 0.1681

Erith (pronounced /ˈɪərɨθ/ ( listen)) is a place in the London Borough of Bexley, southeast London on the River Thames. Erith's town centre has undergone a series of modernisations since 1961.

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History

Pre-medieval

Work at the former British Gypsum site in Church Manorway by the Museum of London Archaeological Service showed that the area had a dense forest of oak, yew and alder during the Neolithic Period, which by the Bronze Age had given way in part to sedge fen.[1]

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