Museum of Oxford
Oxford Town Hall, St Aldate’s, Oxford
From medieval settlement to expulsion and readmission to refuge, Oxford has a uniquely rich Jewish history. Join us for our January Lunchtime Talk to find out more about Oxford’s Jewish heritage with Victoria Bentata Azaz.
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