Maud Heath and Beyond: Exploring the Lives of Women Before 1600

Maud Heath and Beyond: Exploring the Lives of Women Before 1600

This blog post was written by Louise Ryland-Epton. The Victoria County History of Wiltshire are involved in an exciting new project recovering the lives of medieval women in Wiltshire. Louise Ryland-Epton tells us more about it. These monuments commemorate a medieval...
Unlocking the Records of London’s Medieval Foreign Trade

Unlocking the Records of London’s Medieval Foreign Trade

This blog post was written by Dr Stephen Gadd, Software Developer and GIS Consultant. The IHR’s Centre for the History of People, Place and Community has been carrying out some exploratory research on the potential of analysing London’s medieval customs accounts...
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IHR Internship Opportunity

North Sea Networks: English and German Merchants in London’s Customs Accounts 1380-1560 The IHR’s Centre for the History of People, Place and Community is developing a new area of research on London’s medieval customs accounts. London’s particular (detailed) customs...