Medieval London

Revetment timbers at Trig Lane

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Title

Revetment timbers at Trig Lane

Subject

Building Materials

Description

A revetment timber structure, located on the Thames, looking south-east. Found in the Trig Lane excavation site in 1975. The rest of the revetment is surrounded by brick probably laid in the 14th century but the timber revetment is believed to have been built earlier.

Source

Gustave Milne, Timber Building Techniques in London, c. 900-1400 London and Middlesex Archaeological Society Special Paper 15 (London, 1992), https://www.lamas.org.uk/images/documents/Special_Papers/SP15%201992%20Timber%20building%20techniques%20900-1400.pdf

Publisher

Museum of London and London and Middlesex Archaelogical Society

Date

13th century

Contributor

Abigail Monaco

Type

Still image

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Original Format

Photo

Physical Dimensions

Not given

Files

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Citation

“Revetment timbers at Trig Lane,” Medieval London, accessed July 17, 2024, https://medievallondon.ace.fordham.edu/items/show/468.

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