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The Good Samaritan

Henry Ezard

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Sculpture of the Good Samaritan 'pouring oil into the wounds of the sufferer by the wayside' in the pediment of the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, built in 1861 as Bath Mineral Water Hospital.
The building is in a small street and the sculpture is difficult to see.


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Location (N 51°22'56" - W 2°21'41")

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Item Code: gbsw085; Photograph: 22 March 2019
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