Medieval London, Pt. V – Archaeological Finds

The Lost City of London - Before the Great Fire of 1666

Another in the series on the history of London up to the time of the Great Fire of 1666, largely taken from my book, “The Flower Of All Cities” (Amberley, 2019) …

Archaeological Finds

A series of Museum of London and other publications either describe in detail or summarise the findings of archaeological excavations at various Medieval sites around the City.

There are also a couple of recent popular books on the subject, “London in Fragments” by Ted Sandling, and “Mudlarking” by Lara Maiklem.

Replica of Medieval pilgrim badge from London (showing martyrdom of Thomas Becket)

The more important archaeological finds  from Medieval London are on exhibition in the City’s principal museums, including the Museum of London, which houses an extensive collection. 

Medieval pottery from London. Image: Museum of London Archaeology (MoLA) website.

The commonest Medieval  finds on the foreshore of the Thames are sherds of – glazed…

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