Medieval

There are no dedicated publications to medieval London but this theme is regularly covered in articles from the London Topographical Record. Here is a sample list:

 

The Beake House Revealed: The History of a Dutch Merchant’s House, 32 Botolph Lane, London
(N.W. Alcock and Mireille Galinou); London Topographical Record, vol. 29. Publication no 165 (2006).

 

Before and after Drury House: Development of a Suburban Town House 1250–1800
(Patricia Croot); London Topographical Record, vol. 28. Publication no 157 (2001) 

 

A Glimpse of the Earliest Map-View of London?
(Peter Barber); London Topographical Record, vol. 27. Publication no 149 (1995).

 

The Topography of St Paul’s Precinct 1200–1500; London Topographical Record, vol. 26. Publication no 141 (1990).

 

The Medieval Parish Church of St Andrew Holborn
Social and Economic Study of Medieval London;
Both in London Topographical Record, vol. 24 (centenary volume).
Publication no 123 (1980).

 

The College of St Martin-le-Grand and the Anarchy, 1135-54
Whittington's Longhouse; Four Fifteen Century London Plans.
Both in London Topographical Record, vol. 23.
Publication no 115 (1972). 

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The Reconstructed Map of London under Richard II
London Topographical Record, vol. 22. Publication no 102 (1965).

 

The Works of C L Kingsford in London History and Topography; London Topographical Record, vol. 14.
112 pages, 13 maps and illustrations.
Publication no 57 (1928). £12. Very few copies left.