Medieval London

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  • Collection: Thames Street

A map of London most likely extracted from a copperplate for printing dated to around 1560. This image depicts all of Lower Thames Street and Most of Upper Thames Street.

St Magnus the Martyr church on Thames Street, which was a popular road for trade and commerce. In the early medieval period it was called Stockfishmonger Row. Thames Street was believed to have been home to Geoffrey Chaucer, and later was described…
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