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Suzanne Bartlet, "Three Jewish businesswomen in thirteenth-century Winchester," Jewish Culture and History 3, no. 2 (2000): 31-54.
----, Licoricia of Winchester: Marriage, Motherhood, and Murder in the Medieval Anglo-Jewish Community, edited by Patricia Skinner (2009).
Reva Berman Brown and Sean McCartney. "David of Oxford and Licoricia of Winchester: glimpses into a Jewish family in thirteenth-century England," Jewish Historical Studies 39 (2004): 1-34.
Sarah Ifft Decker, Jewish Women in the Medieval World, 500-1500 CE (2022).
Historic Royal Palaces, The Jewish History of the Medieval Tower of London.
Thomas Monmouth, The Life and Passion of William of Norwich, edited and translated by Miri Rubin (2014).
R. I. Moore, The Formation of a Persecuting Society: Authority and Deviance in Western Europe 950-1250, second edition (2007).
Miri Rubin, Gentile Tales: The Narrative Assault on Late Medieval Jews (2004).
Cheryl Tallan and Suzanne Bartlett, “Licoricia of Winchester,” The Shalvi/Hyman Encyclopedia of Jewish Women (19 December 1999).
Statue of Licoricia of Winchester in Winchester, England, via Wikimedia Commons (Lategatsby23, CC BY-SA 4.0).
Medieval Walls of Winchester, via Wikimedia Commons (Espresso Addict, CC BY-SA 4.0).
Music: "Evening Melodrama" by Kevin Macleod (www.incompetech.com)
10/8/2022 07:21:24 pm
Interesting. Well done.
10/10/2022 02:10:27 pm
Thank you so much!
10/10/2022 05:12:04 am
Thanks for a fascinating podcast and for showing a photo of Licoricia's new statue in Winchester, recently visited by King Charles III. In addition to erecting the statue, the Licoricia of Winchester Appeal has also published a great book by Rebecca Abrams, entitled 'Licoricia of Winchester: Power and Prejudice in Medieval England' which whilst not solving her murder, (!) does put her life into the context of the times, with some beautiful illustrations.
10/10/2022 02:15:07 pm
Thank you! Hopefully, the more people learn about Licoricia and her circumstances, the better off we'll be.
10/10/2022 08:49:10 pm
Great episode as always. Loved hearing about a medieval Jewish woman!
10/11/2022 01:05:04 pm
Thank you so much! She was so interesting to research.
10/13/2022 08:01:10 pm
This was absolutely fascinating!
10/14/2022 01:48:05 pm
Thank you so very much!
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