Jewish treasures on display in England

The Treasures of the Black Death exhibit at London's Wallace Collection showcase two hoards of medieval jewelry dating to the 14th century. The treasures were owned - and buried with - Jewish families who perished during the Black Plague. (photos)

The priceless objects, including three of the earliest known examples of Jewish wedding rings, were discovered in the 19th century in Colmar, France, and in 1998 in Erfurt, Germany.

The exhibit will run until May 10, 2009.