Medieval London

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Archaeological Data Service: Field Trip

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On Tuesday, January 20, the class took a guided tour of the Museum of London's Archaeological Data Service, in order to give them a familiarity with…

Contributors: Esther Cuenca

Museum of London: Field Trip

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Our field trip to the Museum of London took place on the morning of Friday, January 16, 2015. We took guided tours of the Museum's medieval…

Contributors: Esther Cuenca

Clerkenwell Priory

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The Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem was set up in Clerkenwell in 1144. The Hospital of St John of Jerusalem existed in 1099 when the…

Contributors: Ashley Schilling

St. Giles' Cripplegate

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St. Giles’ Cripplegate is a London church on Fore Street, the central structure of the Barbican Estate, just a few blocks from the Museum of…

Contributors: Alyssa Hustis

Cannon Street

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Cannon Street is a road in the central city of London, home to the medieval London Stone. The London Stone is a set into an alcove behind a grille on…

Contributors: Casey Mruk

Thames Street

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Thames Street is today home to high finance and tourism, spanning from the Lower Thames Street and Upper Thames Street, and separated only by the…

Contributors: Harrison Angus

St Helen's Bishopsgate

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St Helen’s Bishopsgate is built in the Gothic style and contains a nunnery church and a parish church side by side. The nun’s nave…

Contributors: Sydney Morris

St. Etheldreda's Chapel

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St. Etheldreda’s Chapel is a one-story, Gothic-style Catholic church located on the private road of Ely Place in London. The church was built in…

Contributors: Hans Lueders

Cheapside

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Cheapside, also referred to as West Cheap, was a street and market dating back to the late ninth century. It was one of two great markets that may…

Contributors: Daniel Lee

Newgate Street

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Newgate Street is a street in the western section of the City of London. As the name suggests, it was the site of a gate that was part of the old…

Contributors: Jackson Henry Welch

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