Tudor London – the City and Southwark in 1520


London in 1520 was first researched in the 1980s by Col Henry Johns, one of the founders of the Historic Towns Trust. His information has been updated and converted to a sheet-map covering a larger area and including parts of Southwark. All the major buildings have been reviewed and most revised to reflect historical research and archaeology over the last 30 years.

Buildings are classified by type (e.g. parish churches, civic and commercial buildings, defensive structures), and the map shows parish boundaries for the first time.

The reverse of the sheet has a directory of all the streets and buildings shown on the map, and a map of the City of London’s wards in 1520. It has a brief history of the city, and information boxes on some of the themes of London’s history – the river and waterfront, and the many inns shown on the map

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The first edition of this map was published in May 2018 with an updated edition published in 2022.

Published in association with London Topographical Society.

Folded sheet map in card cover.

Additional information

Weight 0.148 kg
Dimensions 22.7 × 13.4 × 0.8 cm



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