Jones, Horace (English architect, 1819-1887)
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SubjectArchitecture; 19th century; 20th century; Markets (buildings); Markets (events); England; London; Leadenhall Market; Horace Jones
Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Leadenhall Market on site of Roman Londinium basilica (2nd century). Named for Sir John Nevillenulls 14th century lead-roofed mansion house on the grounds of which food was sold. Destroyed by 1666 Great Fire; rebuilt eventually by Horace Jones in 1881 with present-day cast iron and stone structures.
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