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By Toni Griffiths
One of the main challenges facing the public representation of medieval Jewish history in England is the lack of tangible evidence. In this essay, Toni Griffiths, a PhD student at Winchester University, provides insight into recent efforts to overcome this issue through the creation of a Medieval Jewish Trail in Winchester, where Jews thrived from the 12th century until their expulsion from England in 1290. She demonstrates the complexities faced by a city struggling to remember its medieval Jewish history.
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