British remember "lost" Jewish cemetery

In 1231, the Jews of Oxford, England were given a small piece of land for a cemetery. The site was used until 1290 when Edward I expelled all the Jews from the country. Now a memorial stone has been placed to mark the "lost" burial ground.

The location of the cemetery, under the Rose Garden, close to the Oxford Botanic Garden, was discovered by historian Pam Manix in the archives of Magdalen College, Oxford.