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Jubbergate

Jubbergate was originally Brettegate meaning the street inhabited by Celtic Britons in Viking times.

It is thought that these Britons were of Cumbrian origin and were brought to York by Irish Vikings (connected with the Viking colony in Dublin). Their habitation lay outside the Viking walls of York and it is thought that they held a servile role. Later in the fourteenth century Brettegate became Jubretgate, perhaps because became an area of Jewish settlement.

4 Jubbergate

Built: 1600

Current usage: Café and restaurant

Acquired by the Trust: 1957

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