Medieval London

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iron anchor (MoL).jpg
This particular anchor was found from the River Thames, at Blackfriars. It was made sometime between the 9th and 11th century. It is dark gray in color, has a broken shank, a crown in which is fitted and pierced with a loose ring, and pointed…

The Restored Ludgate Blackfriars Friary, built in 1672

A layout of the original Ludgate Blackfriars, before the dissolution in 1538.

This image displays a labeled map of the Ludgate Blackfriars, along with several other surrounding establishments.

London 1270.pdf
This is a full map which illustrates London in 1270. The red circle highlights the area in which the iron anchor, from the Museum of London was excavated, at the River Thames near Blackfriars.
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