Late medieval and post-medieval developments at 100-104 Bermondsey Street, Southwark. by Douglas Killock

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A number of new markets were established during the mid- and late-Middle Ages, including Leadenhall on the site where it still continues in the centre of the City. Fish was a cheap, plentiful and readily available supply of food and was particularly important because Christians were forbidden from eating meat on Fridays or fast days such as Lent.

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The twelfth-century stone rood that is now housed in the Curfew Tower was apparently an object of veneration and pilgrimage in the early Medieval period. The site of the former abbey today with the parish church of St Margaret to the centre. A History Buff’s Guide to Medieval London Post-medieval London was a place of decency, civility, and strong religious beliefs.

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The wars are viewed within a wider European context, and characteristics of civil war are considered alongside developments in European warfare. This book deals with the general theme of the interaction of war and.

Archaeological Desk Based Assessment Land at Old Kent Road Southwark London SE1 CgMs Consulting 1 RM/ Plate 3 towards Old Kent Road across the site from Congreve Street. together with extensive Post Medieval agricultural ditches. Post-medieval development and the local tobacco pipe industry in the late 18th/early 19th century: excavations at 5–7 Giltspur Street, City of London "This article summarises the post-medieval redevelopment of a former parish b.

Southwark Street Southwark Street is of Victorian construction. Insomemostly slum, properties were demolished to make way for Southwark Street, which cut through from London Bridge to Blackfriars Road. This was engineered by Sir Joseph Bazalgette, best known for his pioneering work on London’s sewerage.

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This second volume, first published incovers central England and Wales and is divided into five geographical regions.5/5(2). Late Saxon to post-medieval spindle whorl. 5 medieval coins, 1 pottery sherd, buckles and a strap-end.

1 medieval/post-medieval pottery sherd, thimbles, a buckles, button, hooked book clasp and a pendent loop from a purse frame. 1 post-medieval coin, a cloth seal, copper alloy finger ring and a harness mount. Information from PAS import. Southwark (/ ˈ s ʌ ð ə k / SUDH-ək) is a district of Central London situated in the northwestern portion of the London Borough of d 1 1 ⁄ 2 miles ( km) east of Charing Cross, it fronts the River Thames and the City of London to the north.

The oldest part of South London, it was at the lowest bridging point of the Thames in Roman Britain, providing a crossing from Country: England. The building was erected in the reign of Richard II () and Henry IV (), after the previous building burnt down.

Originally the Priory of St Mary Overie in Southwark, after the Dissolution of the Monasteries it became the Priory Church of St Savior, Southwark.

It is today Southwark Cathedral. MNI: 1. Adult, ambiguous sex. The post-medieval period should perhaps be divided into two separate sections: the early post-medieval period from c/ and the later post-medieval period from (Bird ). The latter period can easily be seen as the main period of industrialisation (Palmer) and the former an age of transition between the.

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London can appear to be an overwhelmingly modern city with its towering 20th century office blocks and grand Victorian architecture. Whilst there are some very famous medieval landmarks such as the Tower of London. This authoritative book is the first comprehensive study of domestic buildings in London from about to the Great Fire in John Schofield describes houses and such related buildings as almshouses, taverns, inns, shops, and livery company halls, drawing on evidence from surviving buildings, archaeological excavations, documents, panoramas, drawn surveys and plans.

A 19th century artist’s impression of the Lord Chancellor’s grand mansion Clarendon House on Piccadilly, facing towards ’s Palace, in the s.

Despite its huge cost it stood for less than twenty years before making way for the new development of Bond Street and Albermarle Street. How The City Developed, Part Three: Medieval Times The first proper bridge in London was built in and completed in There had been other bridges built by the Romans and Vikings, but these were always of wood and generally got burnt and pulled down.

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"These are mainly post-medieval and later – but there are Roman and medieval remains closer to the Joiner Street part of the site. The main medieval remains might be along Bermondsey Street and along the Tooley Street frontage.

"We're now digging a series of pits in the area under the railway arches in advance of the main construction works.". In the sixteenth century, bridegrooms often gave their brides richly decorated household objects as wedding presents.

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Rome in its high days was a huge and densely populated town with inhabitants. But had no street names or house numbers. To find your way around as a foreigner or ask for directions was practicably impossible.

You needed a guide. The olde. Colchester is home to numerous late medieval buildings which remind us that the town flourished during this period.

The Rose and Crown Hotel on East Street is thought to be Colchester's oldest surviving timber-framed building, dating from the late 13th or early 14th century.

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Peter Moore has worked as an archaeologist for 40 years, of which the last 30 have been based in London and the south of England. He spent 5 years as a project manager in Newham Museum Service, where he was responsible for archaeological planning advice to the London Borough of Waltham Forest and for undertaking English Heritage's major archaeological investigations at Tilbury Fort.

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