A-Z index of all items in the document collection (published and unpublished)

Title Item type Link
Anglo-American Legal Tradition: Documents from Medieval and Early Modern England from the National Archives in London bibliographic item AALT1
Aaron, Melissa: Global Economics: A History of the Theatre Business, the Chamberlain’s / King’s Men, and Their Plays, 1599-1642 bibliographic item AARO1
Abbey of St. Clare Churches
Abbey of St. Mary Graces Churches
Abboud, Victoria person (cont) ABBO1
Abbot, George person (hist) ABBO2
Abbott, George: Cheap-side crosse censured and condemned by a letter sent from the vicechancellour and other learned men of the famous Universitie of Oxford, in answer to a question propounded by the citizens of London, concerning the said crosse, in the yeere 1600, in which yeer it was beautified, as also some divine arguments taken out of a sermon against the crosse, a little after it was repaired, by a learned and godly minister, sometimes preacher at Alhallows Lombardstreet bibliographic item ABBO3
Fleury, Abbo of person (hist) ABBO4
Abchurch Lane Streets
Buchevite, Andrew person (hist) ABUC1
Achilles person (lit) ACHI1
Acheley, Roger person (hist) ACHL1
Ackroyd, Peter: London: The Biography bibliographic item ACKR1
Acliuillus person (hist) ACOL1
Acts of the Privy Council of England bibliographic item ACTS1
Adams, Robert M.: John Donne bibliographic item ADAM1
Adams, Thomas: The works of Thomas Adams: being the sum of his sermons, meditations, and other divine and moral discourses. With memoir by Joseph Angus bibliographic item ADAM10
Adam and Eve Sites
Adams, Reginald: The Parish Clerks of London: A History of the Worshipful Company of Parish Clerks of London bibliographic item ADAM12
Adams, Thomas: Mystical bedlam, or the vvorld of mad-men bibliographic item ADAM2
Adams, Thomas person (hist) ADAM3
Adams, Neil person (cont) ADAM4
Adams, Thomas: Eirenopolis bibliographic item ADAM5
Adams, Thomas: The deuills banket described in foure sermons bibliographic item ADAM6
Adam person (hist) ADAM7
Adams, Elizabeth D.: A Fragment of a Lord Mayor’s Pageant bibliographic item ADAM8
Adams, Joseph Quincy: The Conventual Buildings of Blackfriars, London, and the Playhouses Constructed Therein bibliographic item ADAM9
Addle Hill Streets
Addle Street Streets
Louvain, Adeliza of person (hist) ADEL1
Adelman, Janet: Making Defect Perfection: Shakespeare and the One-Sex Model bibliographic item ADEL2
Elwin person (hist) AELF1
Æolus person (lit) AEOL1
Auesey, Nicholas de person (hist) AEUS1
Auesey, Margery de person (hist) AEUS2
Africa person (lit) AFRI1
Agas, Ralph person (hist) AGAS1
bibliographic item AGAS201
bibliographic item AGAS202
Aglaia person (lit) AGLA1
Agnites person (lit) AGNI1
AIM25:Archives in London and the M25 Area bibliographic item AILM1
Aer person (lit) AIR1
Airs, Malcolm: The Buildings of Britain: Tudor & Jacobean. A Guide and Gazetteer bibliographic item AIRS2
The Renaissance Villa in Britain, 1500-1700 bibliographic item AIRS3
Albanact person (lit) ALBA1
Albania person (lit) ALBA2
Albion person (lit) ALBI1
Abbot of St. Alban’s Inn Taverns
Aldermanbury Streets
Aldersgate Ward Wards
Aldersgate Sites
Aldersgate Street Streets
Aldermanbury Conduit Water features
ALDE6 glossary item
Aldgate Gates
Undergraduate student articles
Aldgate Ward Wards
Aldgate Bars Sites
Aldgate Street Streets
Aldred, Natalie person (cont) ALDR1
Alderman Bury Sites
Alehouse Generic places
Alfred, King person (hist) ALFR1
London Aliens Topics
Undergraduate student articles
Allderidge, Patricia: Management and Mismanagement at Bedlam, 1547 to 1633 bibliographic item ALLD1
Allde, Edward person (hist) ALLD2
Allen, John, Sir person (hist) ALLE1
Alleyn, Edward person (hist) ALLE2
Alley, Hugh: Hugh Alley’s Caveat: The Markets of London in 1598: Folger MS V.a. 318 bibliographic item ALLE3
Allen, Sir William person (hist) ALLE4
Allen, Martin: Mints and Money in Medieval England bibliographic item ALLE5
Alley, Hugh person (hist) ALLE6
All Hallows, London Wall Churches
All Hallows, London Wall (Parish) Parishes
All Hallows Barking (Parish) Parishes
All Hallows, Bread Street (Parish) Parishes
All Hallows, Lombard Street (Parish) Parishes
All Hallows Staining (Parish) Parishes
All Hallows the Great (Parish) Parishes
All Hallows the Less (Parish) Parishes
All Hallows, Honey Lane (Parish) Parishes
All Hallows Barking Churches
All Hallows, Bread Street Churches
All Hallows, Lombard Street Churches
All Hallows Staining Churches
All Hallows the Great Churches
All Hallows the Less Churches
All Hallows, Honey Lane Churches
Allot, Sir John person (hist) ALLO1
Alston, John person (hist) ALST1
Æthelwine person (hist) ALWI1
Ambition person (lit) AMBI1
Amcotts, Henry person (hist) AMCO1
Amelang, James S.: Vox Populi: Popular Autobiographies as Sources for Early Modern Urban History bibliographic item AMEL1
Amen Corner Sites
America person (lit) AMER1
Ames, Joseph: Typographical Antiquities: or an historical account of the origin and progress of printing in Great Britain and Ireland bibliographic item AMES1
Amphitrita person (lit) AMPH1
Amphion person (lit) AMPH2
Amwell Head
Amwell Head Riverside features
Anchor Lane Streets
Andrew Court Streets
Andro Morris Key Riverside features
Andrews, William: Old Church Lore bibliographic item ANDR3
Angel Inn Taverns
Truth’s Angel person (lit) ANGE2
Angel (Paul’s Churchyard) Sites
Angel (Without Newgate) Sites
Angel (Popes-Head-Alley) Sites
The Angel Sites
Boleyn, Anne person (hist) ANNE1
Anne, Queen person (hist) ANNE2
Anne of Bohemia person (hist) ANNE3
The Annual Register, or, A View of the History and Politics of the Year 1851 bibliographic item ANNU1
Anonymity in Early Modern London Topics
Antiquity person (lit) ANTI1
Coma, St. Antony of person (hist) ANTO1
The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association bibliographic item APAP1
The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London organization APOT1
Apothecaries’ Hall Sites
Appleby, John C.: Roydon, Sir Marmaduke bibliographic item APPL1
Appold Street Streets
Apollo person (lit) APPO2
APPR1 glossary item
Aqua person (lit) AQUA1
Arab, Ronda A.: Work, Bodies, and Gender in The Shoemaker’s Holiday bibliographic item ARAB1
Arab, Ronda person (cont) ARAB2
Aragon, Katherine of person (hist) ARAG1
Archer, Ian W.: The Pursuit of Stability: Social Relations in Elizabethan London bibliographic item ARCH1
Archer, Ian: John Stow’s Survey of London: The Nostalgia of John Stow bibliographic item ARCH3
Archer, Ian: John Stow, Citizen and Historian bibliographic item ARCH4
Archer, Ian W.: The History of the Haberdashers’ Company bibliographic item ARCH5
Archer, Ian: City and Court Connected: The Material Dimensions of Royal Ceremonial, ca. 1480–1625 bibliographic item ARCH6
Archer, Ian: The London Lobbies in the Later Sixteenth Century bibliographic item ARCH7
The Progresses, Entertainments, and Pageants of Queen Elizabeth bibliographic item ARCH8
Arete person (lit) ARET1
Argonauts person (lit) ARGO1
Argurion person (lit) ARGU1
The Sun in Aries Lord Mayor’s Shows
Arion person (lit) ARIO1
Aristotle person (hist) ARIS1
Armin, Robert person (hist) ARMI1
Armourers’ Hall Halls
Armorer, William person (hist) ARMO2
Arneil, Stewart person (cont) ARNL1
Arnold, Richard person (hist) ARNO1
Arnold, Christopher person (hist) ARNO2
Arnold, Thomas person (hist) ARNO3
Arnold, Agnes person (hist) ARNO4
Artillery Yard Sites
King’s Artirce Sites
Artillery Garden Sites
Artillery Walk Neighbourhoods
Arundel House Sites
Peer-reviewed documents
Articles by scholars
Arundell, Sir Edward person (hist) ARUN2
Arundell, Dame Elizabeth person (hist) ARUN3
Arundel Stairs Riverside features
Ascham, Roger person (hist) ASCH1
Ascue, John person (hist) ASCU1
Secusme, Algare person (hist) ASEC1
Ashby, Thomas person (hist) ASHB1
Ashfield, John person (hist) ASHF1
Ashfed, Alice person (hist) ASHF2
Asher House Sites
Ashley, Katherine person (hist) ASHL1
Ashton, Robert: The City and the Court, 1603–1643 bibliographic item ASHT1
Ashton, Ralph person (hist) ASHT2
Asia person (lit) ASIA1
Asseldy, Sir Thomas person (hist) ASSE1
A Strange Sighted Traveller Other Texts
Astington, John H.: The Career of Andrew Cane, Citizen, Goldsmith, and Player bibliographic item ASTI1
Astington, John H.: The Ages of Man and the Lord Mayor’s Show bibliographic item ASTI2
Astrae person (lit) ASTR1
Astry, Ralph person (hist) ASTR2
Geographers’ A–Z: A–Z Big London bibliographic item ATOZ1
The A to Z of Georgian London bibliographic item ATOZ2
Atwell, William person (hist) ATWE1
Atwood, Emma Katherine: All Places Are Alike: Marlowe’s Edward II and English Spatial Imagination bibliographic item ATWO1
Atwood, Emma person (cont) ATWO2
Audley, Sir Thomas person (hist) AUDL1
St. Audoen Churches
Augustine, Katherine person (hist) AUGU1
Auguſtine, Benedick person (hist) AUGU2
St. Augustine of Canterbury person (hist) AUGU3
Austin Friars Sites
Austin’s Gate Gates
Autumne person (lit) AUTU1
Ave Maria Lane Streets
Axe Inn Taverns
Bacchus person (lit) BACC1
BACH1 glossary item
Bacon, Sir Nicholas person (hist) BACO1
Bacon, G.W.: The A to Z of Victorian London bibliographic item BACO2
Bacon House Sites
Bacon, Sir Francis person (hist) BACO4
Bacon, James person (hist) BACO5
Badke, David person (cont) BADK1
Baer, William C.: Stuart London’s Standard of Living: Re-Examining the Settlement of Tithes of 1638 for Rents, Income, and Poverty bibliographic item BAER1
Baer, William: Housing for the Lesser Sort in Stuart London: Findings from Certificates, and Returns of Divided Houses bibliographic item BAER2
Baer, William C.: Landlords and Tenants in London, 1550–1700 bibliographic item BAER3
Baer, William: The House-Building Sector of London’s Economy, 1550–1650 bibliographic item BAER4
Baines, Paul: Ireland, Samuel (d. 1800) bibliographic item BAIN1
Baines, Paul: Ireland, William Henry (1775–1835) bibliographic item BAIN2
Bakers’ Hall Halls
Blackwell Hall Sites
Baker, Sir Richard: A chronicle of the Kings of England, from the time of the Romans goverment unto the raigne of our soveraigne lord, King Charles containing all passages of state or church, with all other observations proper for a chronicle bibliographic item BAKE3
The Worshipful Company of Bakers organization BAKE4
Baker, Sir Anthony person (hist) BAKE5
Paul’s Bakehouse Sites
Bakehouse Generic places
Baldwin, Neil person (cont) BALD1
Bald, R.C.: John Donne: A Life bibliographic item BALD2
Bald, R.C.: Middleton’s Civic Employments bibliographic item BALD3
Bale, Anthony: Stow’s Medievalism and Antique Judaism in Early Modern London bibliographic item BALE1
Bale, John person (hist) BALE2
Balmes (Hoxton) Sites
Band, Margery person (hist) BAND1
Band, Thomas person (hist) BAND2
Bangor Inn Sites
Bank End Streets
Bankside Streets
Banqueting House Sites
Banstead Downs Sites
Barbers’ Hall (?) Halls
Barbican Streets
Barbican (Tower) Sites
Barber, Benjamin person (cont) BARB4
Barber, Bruno: The London Charterhouse bibliographic item BARB5
Barczewski, Stephanie L.: Ritson, Joseph (1752–1803) bibliographic item BARC1
Bardolf, Sir William person (hist) BARD1
Bardolph, Agnes person (hist) BARD2
Bardus person (lit) BARD3
Bard person (lit) BARD4
Barentin, Margaret person (hist) BARE1
Barge House Stairs Riverside features
BARG2 glossary item
Barkley’s Inn Sites
Barker, Felix: London: 2000 Years of a City and its People bibliographic item BARK2
Barker, Richard Hindry: Thomas Middleton bibliographic item BARK3
Barker, William: Mulcaster, Richard (1531/2–1611): Schoolmaster and Author bibliographic item BARK4
Barkely, Sir John person (hist) BARK5
Barnards Inn Sites
Barnard’s Inn Taverns
Barn Elms Sites
Barnard-Castle, Thomas person (hist) BARN2
Barnewell Sites
Barnard, Teresa: Seward’s Lichfield bibliographic item BARN4
Barnes, Sir T. person (hist) BARN5
Barnabie, William person (hist) BARN6
Barnham, Benedict person (hist) BARN7
Barne, Sir George person (hist) BARN8
Bernard person (hist) BARN9
Baron, Xavier: Medieval Traditions in the English Renaissance: John Stow’s Portrayal of London in 1603 bibliographic item BARO1
Barron, Caroline M.: London in the Later Middle Ages: Government and People 1200–1500 bibliographic item BARR1
Barron, Caroline M.: The Religious Houses of London and Middlesex bibliographic item BARR2
Barron, Caroline M.: Eyre, Simon (c.1395–1458) bibliographic item BARR3
Barron, Caroline M.: The Government of London: The Formative Phase, 1300–1500 bibliographic item BARR4
Barron, Caroline M.: Pageantry on London Bridge in the Early Fifteenth Century bibliographic item BARR5
Barry, Thomas person (hist) BARR6
Barry, Lording: Ram Alley, or Merry Tricks bibliographic item BARR7
Barry, Lording person (hist) BARR8
BARS1 glossary item
Bartholomew Lane Streets
Bartholomew Fair Dramatic Extracts
Bartolovich, Crystal: London’s the Thing: Alienation, the Market, and Englishmen for My Money bibliographic item BART3
Bartolovich, Crystal: Baseless Fabric: London as a World City bibliographic item BART4
Barton, Sir Henry person (hist) BART5
Bassinghall Ward Wards
Basinghall Street Streets
Basing Lane Streets
Basing, William person (hist) BASI4
Basing, William person (hist) BASI5
Basing Hall Halls
Bath Inn Sites
Battle Bridge, Tooley Street Sites
Battersby, John person (hist) BATT2
Batte, Ralph person (hist) BATT3
Batte, William person (hist) BATT4
Bayer, Mark: Theatre, Community, and Civic Engagement in Jacobean London bibliographic item BAYE1
Bayer, Mark: The Curious Case of the Two Audiences: Thomas Dekker’s Match Me in London bibliographic item BAYE2
Bayer, Mark person (cont) BAYE3
Baynard’s Castle Sites
Graduate student articles
Baynard, William person (hist) BAYN2
Baynard person (hist) BAYN3
Bibliography of British and Irish History bibliographic item BBIH1
British Book Trade Index bibliographic item BBTI1
Beacher, Henry person (hist) BEAC1
Beachamp’s Inn Taverns
BEAD1 glossary item
Beale, M. person (hist) BEAL1
Bear Garden Sites
Articles by Pedagogical Partners
Bearbinder Lane Streets
Bear Inn Taverns
The Bear and Ragged Staff Taverns
Bear’s Head, Southwark Placeography
Bearbaiting in Early Modern London Topics
Articles by Pedagogical Partners
Bear (Paul’s Churchyard) Sites
Beaumont, Francis: The Knight of the Burning Pestle bibliographic item BEAU1
Beaumont, Francis person (hist) BEAU2
Beauchamp, Thomas person (hist) BEAU3
Beaumont, Frances: Letter from Beaumont to Ben Jonson bibliographic item BEAU4
Beaumont, Francis: The knight of the burning pestle bibliographic item BEAU5
Beaven, Alfred P.: The Aldermen of the City of London - Temp. Henry III - 1912 bibliographic item BEAV1
Bebbington, Gillian: London Street Names bibliographic item BEBB1
Bebbington, Suzanne person (cont) BEBB2
Beckland, Thomas person (hist) BECK1
Beckland, Sir William person (hist) BECK2
Becke, John person (hist) BECK3
Bedford House Sites
Neville, George person (hist) BEDF2
Beech Lane Streets
Beer House No. 1 Taverns
Beer Lane Streets
Beer, Barrett L.: Stow [Stowe], John (1524/5–1605) bibliographic item BEER3
Beer, Barrett L.: London and the Rebellions of 1548–1549 bibliographic item BEER4
Beer, Barrett L.: Tudor England Observed: The World of John Stow bibliographic item BEER5
Beer, Barrett L.: John Stow and the English Reformation, 1547-1559 bibliographic item BEER7
Beer, Barret L.: John Stow’s Historical Notes (1500-1605): The Craft of a Citizen Historian bibliographic item BEER8
Beeston, Christopher person (hist) BEES1
Beeston, William person (hist) BEES2
Beeston’s Boys organization BEES3
Beggar’s Bush Taverns
Beier, A.L.: London 1500–1700: The Making of the Metropolis bibliographic item BEIE1
Beier, A.L.: The Significance of the Metropolis bibliographic item BEIE2
Bell Yard, Temple Bar Streets
Bell Inn, Gracechurch Street Placeography
Bell, Southwark Placeography
Bell Tavern, Warwick Street Taverns
Bell Tavern, Old Fish Street Taverns
Bell Tavern, Wood Street Taverns
Bell Tavern, Walbrook Taverns
Bell Inn, in the Strand Taverns
Bell Tavern, Stratford-at-Bow Taverns
Bell Tavern, Waltham Taverns
Bell Inn, Henley-on-Thames Taverns
Bell, Sir James person (hist) BELL2
Bell Inn, Holborn Taverns
Bell Inn, Aldersgate Street Taverns
Bell Inn, Friday Street Taverns
Bell Inn, Coleman Street Taverns
Bell Savage Inn Placeography
Bell Inn, St. John’s Street Taverns
Bell Inn, Smithfield Taverns
Belmeis, Richard de person (hist) BELM1
Belsize Neighbourhoods
Benbridges Inn Taverns
Bénézet, Delphine: Beyond Blank Fiction: Palimpsestic Flânerie and Converging Imaginaries in Karen Tei Tamashita’s Tropic of Orange bibliographic item BENE1
Ben Johnson’s Head Sites
Bennet’s Hill Streets
The Riverside Chaucer bibliographic item BENS1
Bentley, G.E.: The Jacobean and Caroline Stage bibliographic item BENT1
Beresford, Edwin: The Annals of Fleet Street bibliographic item BERE1
Bergeron, David M.: English Civic Pageantry 1558–1642 bibliographic item BERG1
Bergeron, David M.: Practicing Renaissance Scholarship: Plays and Pageants, Patrons and Politics bibliographic item BERG10
Bergeron, David M.: Stuart Civic Pageants and Textual Performance bibliographic item BERG11
Bergeron, David M.: Symbolic Landscape in English Civic Pageantry bibliographic item BERG12
Berger, Thomas L.: Textual Problems in English Renaissance Masques, Pageants, and Entertainments: A Summary bibliographic item BERG13
Bergeron, David M.: The Bible in English Renaissance Civic Pageants bibliographic item BERG14
Bergeron, David M.: The Elizabethan Lord Mayor’s Show bibliographic item BERG15
Bergeron, David M.: Urban Pastoralism in English Civic Pageants bibliographic item BERG16
Bergeron, David M.: Venetian State Papers and English Civic Pageantry, 1558-1642 bibliographic item BERG17
Pageants and Entertainments of Anthony Munday: A Critical Edition bibliographic item BERG18
Bergeron, David M.: Middleton’s Moral Landscape: A Chaste Maid in Cheapside and The Triumphs of Truth bibliographic item BERG2
Bergeron, David M.: Harrison, Jonson and Dekker: The Magnificent Entertainment for King James I (1604) bibliographic item BERG3
Bergeron, David M.: Actors in English Civic Pageants bibliographic item BERG4
Bergeron, David M.: Anthony Munday: Pageant Poet to the City of London bibliographic item BERG5
Bergeron, David M.: Charismatic Audience: A 1559 Pageant bibliographic item BERG6
Bergeron, David M.: Civic Pageants and Historical Drama bibliographic item BERG7
Bergeron, David M.: Pageants, Politics, and Patrons bibliographic item BERG8
Bergeron, David M.: Patronage of Dramatists: The Case of Thomas Heywood bibliographic item BERG9
Beringham, John person (hist) BERI1
Berlin, Michael: Reordering Rituals: Ceremony and the Parish, 1520–1640 bibliographic item BERL1
Bermondsey Street Streets
Bermondsey Neighbourhoods
Bermondsey Abbey Churches
Bermudas Generic places
Bernard, G.W.: Seymour, Thomas, Baron Seymour of Sudeley (b. in or before 1509, d. 1549) bibliographic item BERN1
Berosus person (hist) BERO1
Berry, Herbert: The Bell Savage Inn and Playhouse in London bibliographic item BERR1
Berry, Herbert: The Phoenix bibliographic item BERR2
Berry, Herbert: The Stage and Boxes at Blackfriars bibliographic item BERR3
Berwardes Lane Streets
Best, Michael: Isabella Whitney bibliographic item BEST1
Best, Michael person (cont) BEST2
Best, John person (hist) BEST3
Bethlehem Hospital Sites
Graduate student articles
Bethlem Royal Hospital: General Historical Information bibliographic item BETH2
Bethlem Royal Hospital: Visits bibliographic item BETH3
Bethnall Green Neighbourhoods
Bevis Marks Streets
Bevis Marks (?) Sites
Bevington, David: The Shoemaker’s Holiday bibliographic item BEVI3
Bevington, David: Theatre as Holiday bibliographic item BEVI4
The Complete Works of Shakespeare bibliographic item BEVI5
Bevington, David: Tudor Drama and Politics: A Critical Approach to Topical Meaning bibliographic item BEVI6
Bevington, David: Henry IV, Part 1 bibliographic item BEVI7
British History Online bibliographic item BHON1
Bibliography Databases
The Bible Bookshops
BICO1 glossary item
Billingsgate Riverside features
Undergraduate student articles
Billingsgate Ward Wards
Billiter Lane Streets
Billingsgate Market Markets
Birchin Lane Streets
Bird, James: The Geography of the Port of London bibliographic item BIRD1
Bird, Sir James: Shoreditch bibliographic item BIRD2
Bishopsgate Ward Wards
Bishopsgate Gates
Bishopsgate Street Streets
Bishop, Tom person (cont) BISH4
Bishop of Hereford’s Inn Sites
Bishop’s Hall Sites
Bishops of Winchester’s Stairs Sites
Blackfriars Precinct Sites
Blacksmiths’ Hall (?) Halls
Blackham, Colonel Robert J.: The Soul of the City: London’s Livery Companies. Their Storied Past, Their Living Present bibliographic item BLAC3
Will, Black person (lit) BLAC4
Blackwell, Sir Iohn person (hist) BLAC5
Blackfriars Theatre Playhouses
Articles by Pedagogical Partners
Black Hall Sites
Blackfriars Monastery Churches
Bladder Street Streets
Blair, Ian: A Roman Drainage Culvert, Great Fire Destruction Debris and Other Evidence from Hillside Sites North-East of London Bridge: Excavations at Monument House and 13—21 Eastcheap, City of London bibliographic item BLAI1
Blanch Appleton Sites
Bland, Mark: The Appearance of the Text in Early Modern England bibliographic item BLAN2
Blatherwick, Simon: Great Houses, Moats, and Mills on the South Bank of the Thames: Medieval and Tudor Southwark and Rotherhithe bibliographic item BLAT1
Blue Boar Inn Taverns
Black Bull Inn, Smithfield Taverns
Black Bull Inn, Bishopsgate Street Taverns
Bledlow, Thomas person (hist) BLED1
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Blome, Richard: ALDGATE WARD with its Diviſion into Pariſhes. Taken from the laſt Survey with Corrections & Additions bibliographic item BLOM1
Blome, Richard: PORTSOKEN WARD being part of the Pariſh of St. Buttolph’s Aldgate, taken from the laſt Survey, with corrections and Additions bibliographic item BLOM2
Blome, Richard: A MAPP OF LIME STREET WARD. Taken from ye laſt Surveys & corrected bibliographic item BLOM3
Blondell, Nicholas person (hist) BLON1
Blossoms Inn Taverns
Black Swan Inn Taverns
Blue Boar Sites
Bly, Mary: Queer Virgins and Virgin Queans on the Early Modern Stage bibliographic item BLYM1
Bly, Mary: Playing the Tourist in Early Modern London: Selling the Liberties Onstage bibliographic item BLYM2
Boar’s Head Tavern Taverns
Bockrill, Andrew person (hist) BOCK1
Boggia, Sam: History Hunters: Blossoms Inn bibliographic item BOGG1
The Boar’s Head Placeography
Bohun, Humphrey de person (hist) BOHU1
Bohun IV, Humphrey de person (hist) BOHU2
Bold, John: Bird’s-Eye Views: From Hollar to the London Eye bibliographic item BOLD1
Bold, John: Discovering London’s Buildings: With Twelve Walks bibliographic item BOLD2
Bolles, George person (hist) BOLL1
Bolt, John person (hist) BOLT1
Bolt, John person (hist) BOLT2
Bonahue, Edward T., Jr.: Citizen History: Stow’s Survey of London bibliographic item BONA1
Bond, William person (hist) BOND1
Bond, Nicholas person (hist) BOND2
Bonuice, Anthony person (hist) BONU1
Bookselling at Paul’s Churchyard Topics
Undergraduate student articles
BOOK3 glossary item
Booth, Roy: ‘It must be called EBENEZAR’: Cheapside Cross and a Puritan Replacement bibliographic item BOOT1
Booth, Abram person (hist) BOOT2
Borer, Mary Cathcart: The City of London: A History bibliographic item BORE1
Sons of Boreas person (lit) BORE2
Borellus, Peter: A Summary or Compendium, of The Life of the most Famous Philosopher Renatus Descartes Written originally in Latin by Peter Borellus Physician to the French King; to which is also added an Epitome of his Life by Marcus Zurius Boxbornius Historiographer at Leyden bibliographic item BORE3
Borresbie, William person (hist) BORR1
Boss Alley Streets
Boss of Billingsgate Water features
BOSS3 glossary item
Botelar, William person (hist) BOTE1
Botolph Lane Streets
Botolph’s Wharf Riverside features
Boulton, Jeremy: Residential Mobility in Seventeenth-Century Southwark bibliographic item BOUL1
Boulton, Jeremy: Neighbourhood and Society: A London Suburb in the Seventeenth Century bibliographic item BOUL2
Boulton, Jeremy: Theatrical Cultures in Early Modern London bibliographic item BOUL3
Bounty person (lit) BOUN1
Bourne, Nicholas person (hist) BOUR1
Bourser, William person (hist) BOUR2
Lord Bourchier person (hist) BOUR3
Bourchier, William person (hist) BOUR4
Bowes, William person (hist) BOWE1
Bowers, Rick: Dick Whittington, Stow’s Survey, and Catte Streete bibliographic item BOWE2
Bowers, Rick: John Lowin: Actor-Manager of the King’s Company, 1630–1642 bibliographic item BOWE3
Bowen, Gwynneth: Oxford’s and Worcester’s Men and the Boar’s Head bibliographic item BOWE4
Bowes, Sir Martin person (hist) BOWE5
Bowyer, Sir William person (hist) BOWI1
Bow Lane Streets
Bowman, Laurel person (cont) BOWM1
Bowsher, Julian: The Rose Theatre: An Archeological Discovery bibliographic item BOWS1
Bowsher, Julian: The Rose and the Globe—Playhouses of Shakespeare’s Bankside, Southwark: Excavations 1988–1991 bibliographic item BOWS2
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Commision of Inquiry into Charities in England and Wales: Further report of the commissioners appointed in pursuance of two several acts of Parliament; the one, made and passed in the 58th year of His Late Majesty, c. 91, intituled,"an act for appointing commissioners to inquire concerning charities in England, for the education of the poor;" and the other, made and passed in the 59th year of His Late Majesty, c. 81, intituled,"an act to amend an act of the last session of Parliament, for appointing commissioners to inquire concerning charities in England, for the education of the poor, and to extend the powers thereof to other charities in England and Wales." And both of which acts have been continued by an act passed in the 5th year of His Present Majesty, c. 58 bibliographic item CICE1
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Ormrod, David: City and Region: Urban and Agricultural Rent in England, 1400–1914 bibliographic item CITY4
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Cobbes, Edmund: Mundanum speculum, or, The worldlings looking glasse Wherein hee may clearly see what a woefull bargaine he makes if he lose his soule for the game of the vvorld. A worke needfull and necessarie for this carelesse age, wherein many neglect the meanes of their saluation. Preached and now published by Edmund Cobbes, master of the Word of God bibliographic item COBB1
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Dekker, Thomas: The magnificent entertainment giuen to King James, Queene Anne his wife, and Henry Frederick the Prince, upon the day of his Majesties triumphant passage (from the Tower) through his honourable citie (and chamber) of London, being the 15. of March. 1603. As well by the English as by the strangers: with the speeches and songes, deliuered in the severall pageants bibliographic item DEKK10
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Dekker, Thomas: The Owles almanacke prognosticating many strange accidents which shall happen to this kingdome of Great Britaine this yeere, 1618 : calculated as well for the meridian mirth of London, as any other part of Great Britaine : found in an Iuy-bush written in old characters / and now published in English by the painefull labours of Mr. Iocundary Merry-braines bibliographic item DEKK5
Dekker, Thomas: The Dead Tearme. Or Westminsters Complaint for long Vacations and short Termes. Written in Manner of a Dialogue betweene the two Cityes London and Westminster bibliographic item DEKK6
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Dekker, Thomas: The Gull’s Horn-Book: Or, Fashions to Please All Sorts of Gulls bibliographic item DEKK8
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Monteyne, Joseph: The Printed Image in Early Modern London Urban Space, Visual Representation, and Social Exchange bibliographic item MONT2
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Monuments of Honour Lord Mayor’s Shows
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Moore, Helen: Succeeding Stow: Anthony Munday and the 1618 Survey of London bibliographic item MOOR3
Moore, John person (hist) MOOR4
Moore, Helen: Another Link between Anthony Munday and Stephen Gosson bibliographic item MOOR5
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More, Sir Thomas person (hist) MORE1
More, Thomas: The co[n]futacyon of Tyndales answere made by syr Thomas More knyght lorde chau[n]cellour of Englonde bibliographic item MORE2
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Morley, William person (hist) MORL3
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Morley, Thomas person (hist) MORL5
Morris, John: Londinium: London of the Roman Empire bibliographic item MORR1
Morrison, John: Strype’s Stow: The 1720 Edition of A Survey of London bibliographic item MORR2
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Mortimer, Sir Thomas person (hist) MORT1
Morgan-Russell, Simon: How Far Is It, My Lord, to Berkeley Now?: English Chronicle History and the Rise of London City Comedy bibliographic item MORU1
Pocket Oxford Latin Dictionary: Latin English bibliographic item MORW1
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Mottley, John: THE HISTORY AND SURVEY OF THE CITIES OF London and Westminster, Borough of SOUTHWARK, and PARTS Adjacent. CONTAINING, I. The Original Foundation, and the Antient and Modern State therof. II. An exact Description of all the Wards, Parishes, Parish-Churches, Palaces, Halls, Hosptials, Public Offices, Edifices, and Monuments, of any Account, throughout the said Cities, Borough, &c. III. A Particular Account of the Government of the said Cities, &c. Ecclesiastical, Civil and Military; of all the Charters, Liberties, Privileges, and Customs; and of all the Livery and other Companies, with their Coats of Arms. IV. Lists of all Offices and Officers of His MAJESTY’s Revenues and Household, and those of the rest of the Royal Family; together with the Salaries thereunto belonging. V. The Antiquities of Westminster-Abbey, with a Description of the Monuments, Tombs, &c. VI. A View and Description of the Mansion-House, and Westminster-Bridge. In which is introduced Sir WILLIAM DUGDALE’S History of St. Paul’s Cathedral from its Foundation: Beautified with various Prospects of the Old Fabrick, which was destroyed by the Fire of London, 1666. As also the Figures of the Tombs and Monuments therein, as they stood in September, 1641, with their Epitaphs neatly imitated, which were defaced in the Grand Rebellion; with an Account of the Foundation and Structure of the New Church till finished. To which is prefixed the Effigies of Sir WILLIAM DUGDALE. The Whole being an Improvement of Mr. STOW’s and other Historical WRITERS and SURVEYS. Dedicated to Sir CRISP GASCOYNE, Knt. By a GENTLEMAN of the Inner-Temple bibliographic item MOTT1
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Mumby, Frank Arthur: Publishing and Bookselling bibliographic item MUMB1
Munday, Anthony person (hist) MUND1
Munday, Anthony: Sir Thomas More bibliographic item MUND2
Munday, Anthony: Chruſo-thriambos. The Triumphes of Golde bibliographic item MUND3
Munday, Anthony: HIMATIA-POLEOS. THE TRIVMPHES OF olde Draperie, or the rich Cloathing of England Performed in affection, and at the charges of the right Worthie and firſt honoured Companie of Drapers: at the enſtalment of St. Thomas Hayes Knight, in the high office of Lord Maior of London, on Satturday, being the 29. day of October. 1614 bibliographic item MUND4
Munro, Ian: The City and Its Double: Plague Time in Early Modern London bibliographic item MUNR1
Munro, Lucy: The Knight of the Burning Pestle and Generic Experimentation bibliographic item MUNR2
Munro, Lucy: Popular Theatre and the Red Bull bibliographic item MUNR3
Murfyn, Sir Thomas person (hist) MURF1
Murphy, Andrew: Shakespeare in Print: A History and Chronology of Shakespeare Publishing bibliographic item MURP1
Murray, John J.: The Cultural Impact of the Flemish Low Countries on Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England bibliographic item MURR1
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Nagler, A.M.: Shakespeare’s Stage bibliographic item NAGL1
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Nashe, Thomas: The returne of the renowned Caualiero Pasquill of England from the other side the seas, and his meeting with Marforius at London vpon the Royall Exchange where they encounter with a little houshold talke of Martin and Martinisme, discouering the scabbe that is bredde in England, and conferring together about the speedie dispersing of the golden legende of the liues of saints bibliographic item NASH2
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Nightingale, Pamela: A Medieval Mercantile Community: The Grocers’ Company and the Politics and Trade of London, 1000–1485 bibliographic item NIGH1
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Norden, John: London" [map.] London, 1593. Rpt. in 1653 with an index entitled "A Guide for Cuntrey men In the famous Cittey of London by the help of which plot they shall be able to know how farr it is to any street. As allso to go unto the same without forder troble bibliographic item NORD1
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Norwood, Frederick Abbott: The Reformation Refugees as an Economic Force bibliographic item NORW1
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Novarr, David: Dekker’s Gentle Craft and the Lord Mayor of London bibliographic item NOVA1
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Noyes, Alfred: Tales of Mermaid Tavern bibliographic item NOYE1
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The Oath of euery Free-man of the City of London. Other Texts
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Ogborn, Miles: Spaces of Modernity: London’s Geographies, 1680–1780 bibliographic item OGBO1
Ogilby, John: A Large and Accurate Map of the City of London Ichnographically Describing All the Streets, Lanes, Alleys, Courts, Yards, Churches, Halls and Houses, &c. Actually Surveyed and Delineated by John Ogilby, esq., His Majesties Cosmographer bibliographic item OGIL1
Ogilby, John: A Large and Accurate Map of the City of London Ichnographically Describing All the Streets, Lanes, Alleys, Courts, Yards, Churches, Halls and Houses, &c. Actually Surveyed and Delineated by John Ogilby, esq., His Majesties Cosmographer bibliographic item OGIL2
Ogilby, John: London Survey’d, or, An Explanation of the Large Map of London Giving a Particular Account of the Streets and Lanes in the City and Liberties, with the Courts, Yards, Alleys, Churches, Halls, and Houses of Note in Every Street and Lane, and Directions to Find Them in the Map, with the Names and Marks of the Wards, Parishes, and Precincts Therein Described bibliographic item OGIL3
Ogilby, John: A Large and Accurate Map of the City of London Ichnographically Describing All the Streets, Lanes, Alleys, Courts, Yards, Churches, Halls and Houses, &c. Actually Surveyed and Delineated by John Ogilby, esq., His Majesties Cosmographer bibliographic item OGIL4
London Survey’d Other Texts
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Oldenburg, Scott: Toward a Multicultural Mid-Tudor England: The Queen’s Royal Entry Circa 1553, The Interlude of Wealth and Health, and the Question of Strangers in the Reign of Mary I bibliographic item OLDE1
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Oldland, John: The Wealth of the Trades in Early Tudor London bibliographic item OLDL1
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Romany Ollarie, John person (hist) OLLA1
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Orders Appointed to be Executed in the City of London Other Texts
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Oxford American Dictionary of Current English bibliographic item OXFO2
Oxford Dictionary of Local and Family History bibliographic item OXFO3
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Pachet, Thomas person (hist) PACH1
A Pæan Triumphal Other Texts
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Palmer, Daryl W.: Metropolitan Resurrection in Anthony Munday’s Lord Mayor’s Shows bibliographic item PALM1
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Parker, David Reed: The Commonplace Book in Tudor London: An Examination of Bl Mss Egerton 1995, Harley 2252, Landsdowne 762, and Oxford Balliol bibliographic item PARK1
Letters and Papers: April 1539, 26-30 bibliographic item PARL1
Parry, Leonard Arthur: The History of Torture in England bibliographic item PARR1
Parr, Catherine person (hist) PARR2
Passeke’s Wharf Sites
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Paul’s Chain Streets
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Peacham, Henry: A Dialogue between The Crosse in Cheap, and Charing Croſſe bibliographic item PEAC1
Peacham, Henry: The Art of Living in London bibliographic item PEAC2
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Peacock Inn Taverns
Peacock, John: Inigo Jones and the Arundel Marbles bibliographic item PEAC5
Pearl, Valerie: Introduction bibliographic item PEAR1
Pearsall, Derek: John Stow and Thomas Speght as Editors of Chaucer bibliographic item PEAR2
Pearl, Valerie: Change and Stability in Seventeenth-Century London. The London Journal bibliographic item PEAR3
Londini Status Pecatus: or, London’s Peacable Estate Lord Mayor’s Shows
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Pelling, Margaret: Skirting the City? Disease, Social Change, and Divided Households in the Seventeenth Century bibliographic item PELL1
Pelling, Margaret: Medical Conflicts in Early Modern London: Patronage, Physicians and Irregular Practitioners, 1550–1640 bibliographic item PELL2
Pemberton, Sir James person (hist) PEMB1
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Pennell, Sara: Great quantities of gooseberry pye and baked clod of beef: Victualling and Eating Out in Early Modern London bibliographic item PENN1
Pentecost Lane Streets
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Pepys, Samuel person (hist) PEPY1
Pepys, Samuel: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: A New and Complete Transcription bibliographic item PEPY2
Pepys, Samuel: Diary bibliographic item PEPY3
Pepys, Samuel: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Daily Entries from the 17th Century London Diary bibliographic item PEPY4
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Petition of the Water Bearers Other Texts
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Phillips, Joshua: Chronicles of Wasted Time: Anthony Munday, Tudor Romance, and Literary Labor bibliographic item PHIL7
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Picard, Liza: Elizabeth’s London: Everyday Life in Elizabethan London bibliographic item PICA2
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Pietatis, or the Port and Harbour of Piety Lord Mayor’s Shows
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Newton, Gill: People in Place: Families, Households and Housing in London, 1550–1720 bibliographic item PIPL1
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Pitt, Ken: Finsbury’s Moated Manor, Medieval Land Use and Later Development in the Finsbury Square Area, Islington bibliographic item PITT1
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Plotnitsky, Arkady: A Palace and a Prison on Each Hand: Venice between Madness and Reason, from the Baroque to Romanticism bibliographic item PLOT1
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Power, Michael: Shadwell: The Development of a London Suburban Community in the Seventeenth Century bibliographic item POWE3
Power, M.J.: London and the Control of the Crisis of the 1590s bibliographic item POWE4
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Prockter, Adrian: The A to Z of Elizabethan London bibliographic item PROC1
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Ramsay, G.D.: Industrial Discontent in Earty Elizabethan London: Clothworkers and Merchants Adventurers in Conflict bibliographic item RAMS3
Ramsey, Rachel: The Language of Urbanization in John Stow’s Survey of London bibliographic item RAMS4
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Rappaport, Steve: Worlds Within Worlds: Structures of Life in Sixteenth-Century London bibliographic item RAPP1
Rappaport, Steve: Social Structure and Mobility in Sixteenth Century London: Part 1 bibliographic item RAPP2
Rappaport, Steve: Social Structure and Mobility in Sixteenth Century London: Part 2 bibliographic item RAPP3
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Rawlings, Gertrude Burford.: The Streets of London: Their History and Associations bibliographic item RAWL1
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Raylor, Timothy: Cavaliers, Clubs, and Literary Culture: Sir John Mennes, James Smith, and the Other of the Fancy bibliographic item RAYL1
Razzell, Peter: The History of Infant, Child and Adult Mortality in London, 1550–1850 bibliographic item RAZZ1
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The Parish of All Hallows Barking, part I: The Church of All Hallows bibliographic item REDS1
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Records of Early English Drama bibliographic item REED2
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Newton, Gill: Reconstituting Families and their Demographic Behaviour in Intra- and Extra-Mural London Parishes c. 1550–1750 bibliographic item REFA1
Reinke-Williams, Tim: Women’s Clothes and Female Honour in Early Modern London bibliographic item REIN1
Religion person (lit) RELI1
The Red Lion Placeography
Recreating Early Modern Festivals Project bibliographic item REMF1
Remyngton, William person (hist) REMY1
Rendle, William: The Inns of Old Southwark and their Associations bibliographic item REND1
RESP1 glossary item
Rest, John person (hist) REST1
Revell, John person (hist) REVE1
Revels Office Topics
Reward person (lit) REWA1
Reynolds, George F.: On Shakespeare’s Stage bibliographic item REYN1
Reynwall, John person (hist) REYN2
Representing France and the French in Early Modern English Drama bibliographic item RFAF1
Fitzagod, Radulphus person (hist) RFIT1
Manco, Jean: Resarching Historic Buildings in the British Isles bibliographic item RHBU1
Rhodes, Earnest L.: Henslowe’s Rose: The Stage & Staging bibliographic item RHOD1
Richard II person (hist) RICH1
Richard I person (hist) RICH2
Richard III person (hist) RICH3
Richard II, King person (lit) RICH4
Richardson, John: The Annals of London bibliographic item RICH5
Johnson, Richard person (hist) RICH6
Rycroft, John person (hist) RICR1
Riggs, David.: Ben Jonson: A Life bibliographic item RIGG1
Rikeden, Robert person (hist) RIKE1
Rikeden, Margaret person (hist) RIKE2
Survey of London: volume 3: St Giles-in-the-Fields, pt 1: Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Surveys the buildings of Lincoln’s Inn Fields, including the building of the Royal College of Surgeons, and Sir John Soane’s Museum bibliographic item RILE1
Riot person (lit) RIOT1
Risby, John person (hist) RISB1
de la Rivars, William person (hist) RIUA1
Riverside Generic places
Lovell, Sir Thomas person (hist) RLOV1
Robertson, James: Pursuading the Citizens? Charles I and London Bridge bibliographic item ROBE1
Robert person (hist) ROBE2
Robinson, Sir John person (hist) ROBI1
Robinson, Philip: Trading Places: Middleton’s Mayor and Middleton’s Moor bibliographic item ROBI2
Robinson, Philip: The Multiple Meanings of Troy in Early Modern London’s Mayoral Show bibliographic item ROBI3
Robinson, William person (hist) ROBI4
Rochester, Robert person (hist) ROCH1
Roch, Sir William person (hist) ROCH2
Rocque, John: A Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster, and Borough of Southwark with Contiguous Buildings bibliographic item ROCQ1
The Rose and Crown, St. John’s Street Taverns
The Rose and Crown, Holborn Taverns
Rodd Lane Streets
Roes, Sir Thomas person (hist) ROES1
Roes, Sir Thomas person (hist) ROES2
Roger person (hist) ROGE1
Roland, Meg person (cont) ROLA1
Rolingcort, Sir Bernard person (hist) ROLI1
Rolls Chapel Churches
Rollason, Lynda: Tower of London bibliographic item ROLL2
Records of London Livery Companies Online bibliographic item ROLL3
Romeland Sites
Roon, Jr., Kenneth E.: John Rechey’s Borderless City of Night bibliographic item ROON1
Roose, William person (hist) ROOS1
Rose, Manor of Sites
Rosen, Alan: Into the Ghetto: Representing Jewish Space in Elizabethan England bibliographic item ROSE2
Rose Inn, Holborn Bridge Taverns
Rose Inn, Smithfield Taverns
Rose Tavern (Russell Street) Taverns
The Rose Playhouses
Articles by Pedagogical Partners
Ross, Cathy: London: The Illustrated History bibliographic item ROSS1
Rosser, Gervase: Medieval Westminster, 1200–1540 bibliographic item ROSS2
Rouse, William person (hist) ROUS1
Rowan, D.F.: The ‘Swan’ Revisited bibliographic item ROWA1
Rowley, Samuel: When You See Me, You Know Me bibliographic item ROWL1
Rowland, John person (lit) ROWL2
Rowlands, Samuel: Humors looking glasse bibliographic item ROWL3
Rowland, Richard: Thomas Heywood’s Theatre, 1599–1639: Locations, Translations, and Conflict bibliographic item ROWL4
Rowlands, Samuel person (hist) ROWL5
Rowlands, Samuel: A straunge ſighted Traueller bibliographic item ROWL6
Rowley, Samuel person (hist) ROWL7
Rowley, William person (hist) ROWL8
Rowsome, Peter: Heart of the City: Roman, Medieval, and Modern London Revealed by Archaeology at 1 Poultry bibliographic item ROWS1
Royal Exchange Sites
Royal Mews Sites
Royal Shakespeare Company bibliographic item ROYA3
ROYA4 glossary item
Parr, Richard de person (hist) RPAR1
Rubens, Peter Paul person (hist) RUBE1
Rubright, Marjorie: An Urban Palimpsest: Migrancy, Architecture, and the Making of an Anglo-Dutch Royal Exchange bibliographic item RUBR1
Rubright, Marjorie: Going Dutch in London City Comedy: Economies of Sexual and Sacred Exchange in John Marston’s The Dutch Courtesan (1605) (1605) bibliographic item RUBR2
Ruff person (hist) RUFF1
Rumour person (lit) RUMO1
Russell, John person (hist) RUSS1
Rutter, Carol Chillington: Documents of the Rose Playhouse bibliographic item RUTT1
Rutter, Joseph person (hist) RUTT2
Ruxley, Gregory of person (hist) RUXL1
Ryall, Henry de person (hist) RYAL1
Rysing, William person (hist) RYSI1
Sabb’s Dock Sites
Sabernes, William person (hist) SABE1
Sabean, D. W.: Space and Self in Early Modern European Cultures bibliographic item SABE2
Sabine, Ernest L.: City Cleaning in Mediaeval London bibliographic item SABE3
Sabrina person (lit) SABR1
SACK1 glossary item
Saddlers’ Hall (?) Halls
Saffron Hill Streets
Sailor person (lit) SAIL1
Saint, Andrew: The Chronicles of London bibliographic item SAIN1
Survey of London bibliographic item SAIN2
Saladin person (hist) SALA1
Salgado, Gamini: The Elizabethan Underworld bibliographic item SALG1
Salgado, Gamini: The Elizabethan Underworld bibliographic item SALG2
Salisbury Court Streets
Salisbury House Sites
Salisbury Court Theatre Placeography
Salisbury, Paul person (hist) SALI4
Salkeld, Duncan: Literary Traces in Bridewell and Bethlem, 1602–1624 bibliographic item SALK1
Salters’ Hall Halls
Salt Wharf (Queenhithe) Riverside features
The Worshipful Company of Salters organization SALT3
Saltonstall, Sir Richard person (hist) SALT4
Evenger, Andrew person (hist) SALT5
Salvage, Elizabeth person (hist) SALV1
Samothes person (lit) SAMO1
Samuel, Mark: The Fifteenth-Century Garner at Leadenhall, London bibliographic item SAMU1
Sanctio, Sir William person (hist) SANC1
Sanctio, Sir William person (hist) SANC2
Sanders, J: The Cultural Geography of Early Modern Drama, 1620-1650 bibliographic item SAND1
Saracen’s Head, Newgate Taverns
Saracen’s Head, Carter Lane Taverns
Saracen’s Head, Friday Street Taverns
Saracen’s Head, Gracechurch Street Taverns
Saron person (lit) SARO1
Sarsfield, Liam person (cont) SARS1
Satan person (lit) SATA1
Saturn person (lit) SATU1
The A to Z of Edwardian London bibliographic item SAUN1
Saunders, Ann: Westminster Hall: A Sixteenth Century Drawing? bibliographic item SAUN2
Saunderford, Thomas person (hist) SAUN3
Saverne person (lit) SAVE1
Savoy Palace Sites
Sawle, Thomas person (hist) SAWL1
Sayne, Dame Jane person (hist) SAYN1
Say, William person (hist) SAYW1
Scalding Alley Streets
Scalding House Sites
Scarlet, Will person (lit) SCAR1
Londini Artium & Scientiarum: or, London’s Fountaine of Arts and Science Lord Mayor’s Shows
Scavengers Close Sites
SCAV2 glossary item
Sceropes person (lit) SCER1
Schen, Claire S.: Charity and Lay Piety in Reformation London, 1500–1620 bibliographic item SCHE1
Scherb, Victor I.: Assimilating Giants: The Appropriation of Gog and Magog in Medieval and Early Modern England bibliographic item SCHE2
Schen, Claire S.: Constructing the Poor in Early Seventeenth-Century London bibliographic item SCHE3