Medieval Murder Maps: An Extremely Interesting Website @MediMurderMaps

The content we’re here for: Medieval Murder Maps. From its website:

The interactive Medieval Murder Maps give unique insight into violence, and justice in late medieval London, York, and Oxford.

Discover the murders, sudden deaths, sanctuary churches, and prisons of three thriving medieval cities. Click on a pin to read the story based on the original record written down in the rolls of the Coroner. Learn more by listening to one of our podcasts or reading our background information.

For more information on how to use the maps, visit this page. If you are referencing our maps and using them for study or personal interest, please read our terms and conditions.

The original London Medieval Murder Map was launched in November 2018 to international acclaim. You can listen to the launch  lecture here.

Here’s some history of the project.

Follow Medieval Murder Maps on Twitter (sorry, X) at @MediMurderMaps.