The Met Cloisters presents this incredible exhibition of Jewish history—the jewelry and precious possessions of a family of medieval Alsace. These items, including brooches, rings and coins, were hidden in the wall of a home in Colmar, France, in the 14th century and not discovered until 1863. The belongings help tell the story of a Jewish community that was blamed when the plague hit their region in 1348 and 1349, during and after which time many of them were put to death.
Jul 22, 2019 — Jan 12, 2020
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The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Dr. in Fort Tryon ParkManhattan, NY 10040