FIRE OF LONDON CAKES - Of the many events recorded in Samuel Pepys' Diaries, the Fire of London is one of the most significant. An article in The Guardian of January 9th, 2001, suggests that the fire was caused by burning some small cakes. Here is a contemporary recipe for the cakes which might have caused the Great Fire of London.  - Stuart Recipe  (cookit.e2bn.org)

FIRE OF LONDON CAKES - Of the many events recorded in Samuel Pepys' Diaries, the Fire of London is one of the most significant. An article in The Guardian of January 9th, 2001, suggests that the fire was caused by burning some small cakes. Here is a contemporary recipe for the cakes which might have caused the Great Fire of London. - Stuart Recipe (cookit.e2bn.org)

Joseph Mallord William Turner - Fire at the Grand Storehouse of the Tower of London (1841)

Joseph Mallord William Turner - Fire at the Grand Storehouse of the Tower of London (1841)

Awesome, and even better have the students get involved and create that house!

Awesome, and even better have the students get involved and create that house!

This beautiful building in Fleet Street, known as "Prince Henry's Room", managed to escape the ravages of the fire. Once a tavern where Samuel Pepys liked to cavort, its intricately decorated plaster Jacobean ceiling is one of its most impressive features.

10 buildings that survived the Great Fire of London

This beautiful building in Fleet Street, known as "Prince Henry's Room", managed to escape the ravages of the fire. Once a tavern where Samuel Pepys liked to cavort, its intricately decorated plaster Jacobean ceiling is one of its most impressive features.

Six students from De Montfort University have created a stellar 3D representation of 17th century London, as it existed before The Great Fire of 1666. The three-minute video provides a realistic animation of Tudor London, and particularly a section called Pudding Lane where the fire started.

Six students from De Montfort University have created a stellar 3D representation of 17th century London, as it existed before The Great Fire of 1666. The three-minute video provides a realistic animation of Tudor London, and particularly a section called Pudding Lane where the fire started.

Quote: "This is an art display for our topic of The Great Fire of London (Year 2). The children each contributed to the border using oil pastels. The fire silhouette pictures were created using watercolour paint and then black pencil crayons over the top once the paint had dried. We looked at photographs of fire as well as a number of sunset silhouette photographs for inspiration."

Quote: "This is an art display for our topic of The Great Fire of London (Year 2). The children each contributed to the border using oil pastels. The fire silhouette pictures were created using watercolour paint and then black pencil crayons over the top once the paint had dried. We looked at photographs of fire as well as a number of sunset silhouette photographs for inspiration."

Great Fire painting, 1670s (27.142) Showing the fire from either Newgate or Ludgate with St Paul’s Cathedral in the background. © Museum of London

Great Fire painting, 1670s (27.142) Showing the fire from either Newgate or Ludgate with St Paul’s Cathedral in the background. © Museum of London

Pudding Lane EC3, London, where the Great fire of London started in a bakery in 1666

Pudding Lane EC3, London, where the Great fire of London started in a bakery in 1666

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