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eBook The London Charterhouse (MOLA Archaeology Studies) ePub

by Christopher Thomas,Alfred Thomas,Bruno Barber

  • ISBN: 1901992233
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Christopher Thomas,Alfred Thomas,Bruno Barber
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) (February 20, 2002)
  • Pages: 126
  • ePub book: 1729 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1130 kb
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London: Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2002. 1 901992 23 3 The London charterhouse. Industry in north-west Roman Southwark: excavations 1984-8 (MoLAS Monograph 17). xiv+186 pages, 112 figures, 90 tables.

London: Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2002. By Bruno Barber and Christopher Thomas. MoLAS Monograph, 1. Pp. xii+126 incl. London: Museum of London Archaeology Service; 1-901992-34-9 paperback £1. 5. Volume 79 Issue 305 - Patrick Ottaway. 1 901992 23 3. MARGARET ASTON (a1).

The London Charterhouse book. This, the latest in the series of MoLAS monographs on the religious houses of medieval London, considers the London Charterhouse, a Carthusian monastery founded in 1371, just outside the walled city.

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The London Charterhouse by Bruno Barber and Christopher Thomas A bioarchaeological study of medieval burials on the site of St Mary Spital: excavations . Archaeology from the London Overground East London line.

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The London Charterhouse is a historic complex of buildings in Smithfield, London, dating back to the 14th century. It occupies land to the north of Charterhouse Square, and lies within the London Borough of Islington. Originally constructed as a Carthusian priory, on the site of a burial ground, at the Dissolution of the Monasteries it became one of the greatest palaces of Tudor London

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This, the latest in the series of MoLAS monographs on the religious houses of medieval London, considers the London Charterhouse, a Carthusian monastery founded in 1371, just outside the walled city. The volume is primarily intended to report on the 1998 excavations in Preachers Court, part of the Inner Court of the Charterhouse, but also incorporates a reassessment of Grimes' post-war work, and the results of numerous small excavations, evaluations and watching briefs conducted within the monastic precinct between 1998 and 2000. The result is a new, fully illustrated account of the development of the entire monastery, with a particular focus on its service areas. Separate discussions examine the pre-monastic use of the site as one of London's Black Death cemeteries, diet within the monastery, the monastic economy, and the impact of the sub-urban location on the reclusive Carthusian order. Evidence for the post-Dissolution period - the wider setting of the 16th century mansion and the hospital established in 1613/14 - is also examined, in this look at one of London's most fascinating historic sites.