The authority of the early medieval Church in England was no different to that of any other landowner.
The wall and the Roman streets influenced the layout of medieval Colchester.
One story told in medieval times was that an arrow fired from a long bow could penetrate four inches into oak.
There are still unanswered questions about the formation of early medieval villages.
In the medieval period, the road was realigned slightly to become modern Fenchurch Street.
Many of the churches and cathedrals that survive from medieval times have also had additions to them.
It was a long, narrow strip of land and on the rocky coast at its southern end was a medieval castle.
In early medieval times, the court, or household, was the centre of government.
Most other cruel medieval practices have been stopped for a long time, and this was long overdue.
A person in East Anglia will be within striking distance of a medieval church.