13th to 14th Century house drawing
Medieval buildings with cobbled vennels and gullies running between were revealed on each side of Thief’s Row and dated to between the 13th and 16th centuries by the pottery found in them. Artist, Pat Haynes
16th to 17th Century House
Artists impression of 16th to 17th Century House Artist, Pat Haynes Perhaps this house was something like the ‘one-up-one-down’ building of Cromarty merchant, George Urquhart of Greenhill, who had a fish packing yard close to the High Street in the early decades of the 1700s. Victorian wr...
16th to 17th Century House styles
16th to 17th Century House styles Artist, Pat Hayne
16th to 17th Century street scene
Artist's impression of Thief's Row in the 16th and 17th Century. Artist Pat Haynes
19th Century Thief's Row
Artist's impression of 19th Century Thief's Row. Artist, Pat Haynes
Medieval houses along Thief's Row
Possible layout of houses on north-east site of Thief's Row Artist, Pat Haynes ‘We uncovered significant evidence that the medieval buildings on the north side of the road line up with their gable end on to Thief's Row . . .’ Mary Peteranna
Medieval smithy drawing
Artist Pat Haynes has drawn a reconstruction of a medieval smithy based on site evidence of a burning site and post-holes, which suggest that a blacksmith may have had a basic wattle and daub work shelter here around the 1200s to 1300s.
Artists impression of medieval Thief's Row. Artist, Pat Haynes