These reports were part of their coursework for MVST 4654: Medieval London, an interdisciplinary capstone class focusing on the archaeology and history of medieval London.
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We have published a Map of Medieval London . Following the success of the Map of Tudor London, we have produced a companion to show London at the height of the medieval period. The map shows London between 1270 and 1300 when its population reached a peak then not reached again until the mid 16th century.When did medieval London begin?
Medieval London. BY DAVID ROSS, EDITOR. In some ways the medieval history of London can be said to have begun on Christmas Day, 1066, when William the Conqueror was crowned king of England in a ceremony at the newly finished Westminster Abbey, just three months after his victory at the Battle of Hastings.What was London like in the Middle Ages?
Medieval London was a maze of twisting streets and lanes. Most of the houses were half-timbered, or wattle and daub, whitewashed with lime.What was trade like in medieval London?
Trade in London was organised into various guilds, which effectively controlled the city, and elected the Lord Mayor of London . Medieval London was made up of narrow and twisting streets, and most of the buildings were made from combustible materials such as wood and straw, which made fire a constant threat.
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