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https://allsaintsepping.org/txbjurz This website introduces resources available for research about medieval London and its people, focusing in particular on documentary and narrative sources in print, but also highlighting archaeological and cartographic sources that illuminate the physical and material world that medieval Londoners inhabited.

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https://www.sakolabumi.com/nuhc6vc An important component of the website is the Medieval Londoners Database (MLD), which records the activities of London residents between c. 1100-1520, and is searchable by name, gender, citizenship status, location (ward, parish, and street if available), occupation, civic office, and craft. For more on this database and our invitation to provide data, click on Search for Londoners

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The featured image depicts the first stone bridge of London, begun in 1176 and  in use until the 1830s.  The scene is from  a manuscript illumination in British Library, Royal MS 16 F. ii, f. 73 (c. 1483, in Bruges).

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