Jewry Wall Museum To Host Summer Medieval Muslim Market

By 24 Hour Museum Staff | 19 July 2006
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Shows a photograph of Roman ruins, including sections of wall and the large Jewry Wall, which has archways cut into it.

The Roman bath complex at Jewry Wall in Leicester will be transformed into a Medieval Muslim market this summer. © Crown Copyright 2006.

As part of Leicester’s Castle Park Festival, Jewry Wall Museum will be holding a Medieval Trader's Day at St Nicholas Circle on Sunday August 27 from 11.00am – 4.00pm (3.00pm Talk).

The day offers the chance for visitors of all faiths and backgrounds to explore Britain’s exciting medieval trade links with the Muslim world. There will be exotic spices to discover in the medieval market, tasting of food from around the Muslim world, artefact handling and Arabic calligraphy.

Mohammad Seddon from The Islamic Foundation will present a slideshow talk on Britain’s medieval trade with the Muslim world at 3.00pm.

The event is in association with the Islamic Society of Britain and is part of the UK-wide Festival of Muslim Cultures. Visit for more information.

£1.50 for activities. For further details, telephone 0116 225 4971.

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