This book contains papers on various topics including the contribution of archaeology for understanding re-Norman London; medieval and Tudor domestic buildings in the city of London; shops and shopping in medieval London; and the Romanesque architecture of Old St Paul's Cathedral.
1. The Contribution of Archaeology to our Understanding of Pre-Norman London, 1973-1988 2. Medieval and Tudor Domestic Buildings in the City of London 3. Shops and Shopping in Medieval London 4. The Romanesque Architecture of Old St Paul’s Cathedral and its Late Eleventh-Century Context 5. The First Façade of Old St Paul’s Cathedral: Did it Have Flanking Towers? 6. The New Work at Old St Paul’s Cathedral and its Place in English Thirteenth-Century Architecture 7. Restorations of the Temple Church, London 8. ‘Liber Horn’, ‘Liber Custumarum’ and Other Manuscripts of the Queen Mary Psalter Workshops 9. London, Londoners and Opus Anglicanum 10. Some New Types of Late Medieval Tombs in the London Area