Bronze plaque № 9354 in York

Bootham. From the old West Scandinavian word "Buthum" (1150) - "at the booths" - implying a district of humble or temporary dwellings. Jurisdiction over Bootham was hotly disputed between the City and St. Mary's Abbey. The main road to the City from the North, it is on the line of the Roman road.
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