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Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser
Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser

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A statue of medieval England’s most prominent Jewish woman, Licoricia. She is depicted with her youngest son, Asser, who is shown holding a dreidel.
Title

Licoricia of Winchester (d.1277) and Asser

Date

2022

Medium

bronze

Measurements

H 160 x W 200 x D 120 cm (E);
Plinth: H 40 x W 220 x D 130 cm (E)

Accession number

SO23_PG_S200

Acquisition method

funded through Licoricia of Winchester Statue Appeal

Work type

Statue

Owner

ARC Winchester

Custodian

ARC Winchester

Work status

extant

Unveiling date

10th February 2022

Access

at all times

Inscription description

front and rear edge of base: LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR AS THYSELF / LEV 19.18 Matt 22.39 (followed by Hebrew); right edge of base : CASTLE FINE ARTS FOOUNDRY IAN RANK-BROADLEY / SCULPTOR; small plaque right: ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND; right edge base: LICORICIA OF WINCHESTER / & HER SON ASHER CIRCA 1250; left Plaque Plaque: TO COMMEMORATE THE UNVEILING OF / THE STATUE OF LICORICIA BY / HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES / 10TH FEBRUARY 2022 / WITH GRATEFUL THANKS TO OUR PRINICIPAL DONORS / SAM & ROSIE BERWICK WILLIAM & MAGGIE CARVER / THE HABEL FAMILY STUART & BIANCA RODEN / ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND THE OAK FOUNDATION / AND TO MANY OTHER INDIVIDUALS, TRUSTS / & FAITH GROUPS / THE LICORICIA OF WINCHESTER APPEAL

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Located at

Jewry Street, Winchester

SO23 8SB 

Located outside the ARC.