Medieval London

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ThamesStreet.jpg
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.

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This map was published in 1633. It depicts London during the 1560s. West Cheap was situated in the west of the medieval city, beginning at the Great Conduit at the base of Old Jewry Street and running westward to a smaller conduit northeast of Saint…

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This map was produced in 1633, and it shows what London looked like in the 1560s. Aldgate High Street would have led from below the gate and through.

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St Mary Spital and the surrounding area of Sptialfields as per the Civitas Londinium. (Extract from Agas's map showing site of St. Mary Spital and the Old Artillery Ground, c. 1560–70)

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The Agas map with Leadenhall Market marked in blue.

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In the late twelfth century, the Archbishop of Canterbury chose a site on the south bank of London, removed from Canterbury, where he intended to found a college of secular clerks. The land Archbishop Baldwin chose is located across from Westminster…
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