Origins and early growth
The pre-Conquest borough and effects of the Conquest
Development of local government | Power struggles with rivals
Buildings and fortifications | Economy | INFORMATION SOURCES
Map of York at the close of the Middle Ages
The following is a selection of published sources of information about medieval York.Attreed, Lorraine. "Medieval Bureaucracy and York's Fee Farm during the Fifteenth Century." York Historian, vol.6 (1985), 24-31.
Attreed, Lorraine, ed. The York House Books 1461-1490. 2 vols. Stroud, 1991.
Dean, Gareth. Medieval York. Stroud: The History Press, 2008.
Dobson, R.B. The Jews of Medieval York and the Massacre of March 1190. Borthwick Papers, no.45 (1974).
Dobson, R.B., ed. York City Chamberlains' Account Rolls 1396-1500. Surtees Society, vol.192 (1978).
Jones, Sarah Rees, ed. The Government of Medieval York. Borthwick Studies in History, 3. York: University of York, 1997.
Miller, E. "Medieval York." In A History of Yorkshire: The City of York. University of London Institute of Historical Research, 1961.
Palliser, D.M. Domesday York. Borthwick Papers no.78, (1990).
Palliser, D.M. Medieval York 600-1540. Oxford: University Press, 2014.
Percy, Joyce, ed. York Memorandum Book [B/Y]. Surtees Society, vol.186 (1969).
Prestwich, Michael. York Civic Ordinances. Borthwick Papers, no.49 (1976).
Raine, Angelo. Medieval York. London, 1955.
Sellers, Maud, ed. York Memorandum Book Lettered A/Y in the Guildhall Muniment Room. Surtees Society, vols. 120 (1911), 125 (1914)