The Jews in Sicily Volume 2 1302 1391

Tradition and Re - Interpretation in Jewish and Early Christian Literature . Essays in Honour of Jürgen C.H. Lebram . ... Vol . I : 1245-1435 . 1993. ISBN 90 04 09695 7 44. TOAFF , A. The Jews in Umbria . Vol . II : 1435-1484 . 1994.

The Jews in Sicily  Volume 2  1302 1391

This volume narrates the history of the Jews in Sicily in the fourteenth century. Some thousand documents, many of them published here for the first time, record the fortunes of the Jews and their relationships with the authorities and their Christian neighbours.

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