Origins of settlement |
The pre-Conquest borough |
Effects of the Conquest
Evolution of a self-governing community | Power struggles with rivals
A division of interests | Summary/Recap | INFORMATION SOURCES
Map of Anglo-Saxon Norwich | Map of Norwich ca.1260
Appendix 1: Calendar of customs of Norwich
The following is a small selection of published sources of information about medieval Norwich. For additional secondary sources as well as primary sources, see the bibliography to The Men Behind the Masque.
Ayers, Brian. Norwich: A Fine City. Rev.ed. Stroud: Tempus Publishing, 2003.
Blomefield, Francis. An essay towards a topographical history of the county of Norfolk, vols. 3 and 4. London, 1806.
Campbell, James. Norwich. Historic Towns Trust, 1975.
Carter, A., J.P. Roberts and H. Sutermeister. "Excavations in Norwich - 1973." Norfolk Archaeology, vol.26 (1974), 38-71.
Green, Barbara and Rachael Young. Norwich: the growth of a city. Norfolk Museums Service, 1975.
Hudson, William, and J.C. Tingey, eds. The Records of the City of Norwich. 2 vols. Norwich, 1906-10.
Hannah, Ian C. The Heart of East Anglia: the Story of Norwich from Earliest to Latest Times. London, ca. 1913.
Kirkpatrick, John. The Streets and Lanes of the City of Norwich. Ed. W. Hudson. Norwich, 1889.
Lipman, V.D. The Jews of Medieval Norwich. London, 1967.
McRee, Ben. "Religious Gilds and Civic Order: The Case of Norwich in the Late Middle Ages." Speculum, vol.67 (1992), 69-97.
Rawcliffe, Carole and Richard Wilson, eds. Medieval Norwich. London, 2004.
Tingey, John Cottingham. "The Grants of Murage to Norwich, Yarmouth and Lynn," Norfolk Archaeology, vol.18 (1914), 129-48.