The name is a mystery. It has nothing to do with Jews or ghettos. The best guess is that it derives from "jurat"- the title given to senior members of the medieval city council- which may- or may not- have held meetings in the adjoining churchyard.
It's a good little museum- especially rich in Roman material.
Jewry Wall from St. Nicholas churchyard.
Looking through the wall towards the museum, with the foundations of the bath house in the foreground.
Looking back up, through the wall, at the west front of the church.
A small mosaic