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Wren’s Masons: The Strongs and the Rebuilding of London after the Great Fire

As is well known, London was destroyed by fire in September 1666. By the time the conflagration had ended, some eighty-seven parish churches, along with St Paul's Cathedral, were no more. All the city's main public buildings, including the Royal Exchange and Guildhall, as well as forty-four livery companies' halls were smoking ruins. Over 13,000 private homes, too, had been razed to the ground. The...