Stucco fragment for El Tránsito

From the exhibition:
Fractured Faiths: Spanish Judaism, The Inquisition, and New World Identities

New Mexico History Museum

Stucco fragment

Toledo, fourteenth century, El Tránsito

Unidentified artist

Carved stucco

Museo Sefardí, Toledo, (0243/014, 0243/015)

Built in the 14th century, El Tránsito was one of the largest synagogues and one of the few that survived. Turned into a Catholic church after the 1492 expulsion, it is today a museum in Toledo, Spain. This stucco fragment came from the Women’s Gallery in the synagogue.

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