Medieval London

St Magnus the Martyr Church on Thames Street

Dublin Core

Title

St Magnus the Martyr Church on Thames Street

Subject

Thames Street

Description

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 in the diaries of Samuel Pepys.

Creator

Photo by Harrison Angus

Date

High Medieval

Contributor

Harrison Angus

Rights

Harrison Angus

Type

Still Image

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Original Format

Street,

Physical Dimensions

1/2 mile

Files

Collection

Citation

Photo by Harrison Angus, “St Magnus the Martyr Church on Thames Street,” Medieval London, accessed December 13, 2017, http://medievallondon.ace.fordham.edu/items/show/227.
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