Medieval Yarmouth, England
Yarmouth was a town consisting of two major sections, Great and Little Yarmouth. The founder of Yarmouth is believed to be a man named Cedric, who was a Saxon leader, but people still doubt this to this very day. One of the main reasons for the foundation of Yarmouth is the Herring, a fish that was very healthy to eat, and especially important to the lower classes because it was cheap and
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exportation of cloth.
Yarmouth was surely a medieval town with problems, corruption, and a lot of ups and downs. It profited the most amount of money on Herring and became feared for its advantages of the sea. They had many problems with construction and was severely set back with the Black Death Plague. Yarmouth was surely a famous medieval town, but it surely wasn't powerful and strong enough to be called one of the best!