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This gateway, legendarily attributed to the Anglo-Saxon King Edgar, has served as the entrance to the precincts of Worcester Cathedral since the fourteenth century.
With a typical nod to the local economy, Turner shows draymen unloading barrels, which may well have contained vinegar, the basic ingredient in Worcestershire sauce.
South Gate of Sargans
Joseph M. Turner (English, 1775-1851)
Thomas Girtin (British, 1775-1802)
After John R. Cozens (British, 1752-1797)