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Digital composite of: Taddeo Gaddi, Madonna and Child Enthroned with Ten Saints: Maestà with the inner shutters (sportelli) from a triptych: Annunciation and Nativity; Crucifixion, ca. 1330–34. Tempera, gesso, gold leaf and traces of silver on panel. New-York Historical Society, Gift of Thomas Jefferson Bryan; The Alana Collection

The ruins of St. Leonards Hospital only hint at the significance of the Hospital in medieval York. Founded soon after the Norman Conquest St. Leonards Hospital , it believed to be the largest medieval hospital in the north of England.

York (UK) - Clifford's Tower. It was the central stronghold of the medieval York Castle built by William the Conqueror after the Norman conquest of Britain. The original wooden structure was burnt to the ground in 1190 after the city’s Jews took refuge inside the tower to escape a pogrom: it didn’t work and they committed mass suicide. The castle was rebuilt during the 13th century and Clifford’s Tower is now all that remains.

York City Walls - York, England. Over 2 miles in length and with a history stretching back nearly 2000 years, the walls of York are amongst the finest preserved historic monuments

Rogue Knight Medieval Warriors Bk 2 By Regan Walker Genre: Historical Romance Medieval, Warriors, Ancient World, York Release Date: October 7, 2015

The ruins of St. Leonards Hospital only hint at the significance of the Hospital in medieval York. Founded soon after the Norman Conquest, it was believed to be the largest medieval hospital in the north of England. Remains of the hospital's undercroft can be accessed from the Museum Gardens, just to the right of the Museum Street entrance and contains some Roman and Medieval stonework.

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