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Piety and belief in 15th century London

Helen Combes

Piety and belief in 15th century London

an analysis of the 15th century churchwardens" inventory of St. Nicholas Shambles.

by Helen Combes

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • St Nicholas Shambles (Church : London, England).

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    Paginationp. 137-152 ;
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17553887M

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St Nicholas Shambles was a medieval church in the City of London, which stood on the corner of Butcher Hall Lane (now King Edward Street) and Newgate Street.

It took its name from the Shambles, the butchers area in the west of Newgate Street. The church is first mentioned as St. Nicholas de Westrnacekaria. In Walter de Cantilupe, Bishop of Worcester granted. The merchants of the Staple, who had a monopoly on the export of raw wool, did less well.

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