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The Jew in the medieval world : a source book, 315-1791

Author: Jacob Rader Marcus
Publisher: New York : Atheneum, 1969.
Series: Temple book.; Atheneum paperbacks, T7.
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Genre/Form: History
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Marcus, Jacob Rader, 1896-1995.
Jew in the medieval world.
New York : Atheneum, 1969
(OCoLC)656202454
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacob Rader Marcus
ISBN: 0689701330 9780689701337
OCLC Number: 422247
Description: xxii, 504 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Section I. The state and the Jew --
Jews and the later Roman law, 315-531 --
Laws of Constantine the Great, 315 --
Laws of Constantius, 339 --
A law of Theodosius II, 439 --
A law of Justinian, 531 --
Julian and the Jews, 361-363 --
Julian proposes to rebuild Jerusalem, 362-363 --
The failure to rebuild the temple, 363 --
Islam and the Jews, 600-1772 --
Pact of Omar, the ninth century --
The status of Jews and Christians in Moslem lands, 1772 --
The Jews of Spain and the Visigothic code, 654-681 --
Memorial of the Jews presented to the king, 654 --
Jews shall not remove themsleves or their children or slaves from the blessing of baptism, 681 --
The expulsion of the Jews from France, 1182 --
The charter of the Jews of the Duchy of Austria, 1244 --
Medieval Spanish law and the Jews: Las siete partidas, 1265 --
St. Louis and the Jews before 1270 --
The Black Death and the Jews, 1348-1349 --
The confession of Agiment of Geneva, 1348 --
The cremation of Strasbourg Jewry, 1349 --
The epitaph of Asher Aben Turiel, 1349 --
An oath taken by Jews, about 1392 --
The massacre of the new Christians of Lisbon, 1506 --
The Cairo Purim, 1524 --
A petition for the readmission of the Jews to England, 1655 --
The settlement of the Jews in North America, 1654-1655 --
Stuyvesant's attempt to expel the Jews, 1654 --
Amsterdam Jewry's successful intercession for the Manhattan immigrants, 1655 --
The answer of the West India company to Stuyvesant --
The Jews of New York City --
The readmission of the Jews into Brandenburg --
Rhode Island refuses to naturalize Aaron Lopez, 1762 --
Why the court refused to naturalize Aaron Lopez, 1762 --
Ezra Stiles believes that the Jews will never become citizens, 1762 --
The character of Aaron Lopez, 1782 --
The charter decreed by Frederick II for the Jews of Prussia, 1750 --
Section II. The Church and the Jew --
The Council of Elvira, about 300 --
Christianity objects to the Sabbath and to the Jewish dating of Easter, about 189-about 381 --
Easter and Passover are observed in the same day in Asia Minor, about 189 --
The council of Nicea changes the date of Easter, 325 --
Constantine delcares Sunday a legal holiday, 321 --
The Council of Laodicea forbids Christians to observe the Sabbath between 343 and 381 --
St. Ambrose and the Jews, 388 --
Ambrose to Emperor Theodosius --
Ambrose to his sister --
Pope Gregory the Great and the Jews, 590-604 --
Gregory to the bishops of Arles and Marseilles, 591 --
Gregory to Fantinus of Palermo, 598 --
The Crusaders of Mayence, 1096 --
The accusation of the ritual murder os St. William of Norwich, 1144 --
The ritual murder accusation at Blois, 1171 --
The York riots, 1190 --
Innocent and the Jews, 1125 --
Concerning the interest taken by Jews --
That Jews should be distinguished from Christians in dress --
That Jews not be appointed to public offices --
Converts must not observe the old customs of the Jews --
The expedition to recover the Holy Land --
The Jewess who became a Catholic, about 1220 --
The burning of the Talmud, 1239-1248 --
Odo to Innocent IV, 1247 --
Condemnation of the Talmud by Odo, 1248 --
A defender of the Talmud dies, 1241 --
A bull of Gregory X, 1272 --
The Passau Host Desecration, 1478 --
Reuchlin's appeal to Bonetto de Lattes, 1513 --
Martin Luther and the Jews, 1523-1543 --
That Jesus Christ was born a Jew, 1523 --
Concerning the Jews and their lies, 1543 --
The burning of the Talmud in Italy, 1553 --
The Spanish Inquisition at work --
The martyrdom of the Reizes Brothers, 1728 --
The punishment for sacrilege --
Section III. Jewry and the individual Jew --
Jewish self-government --
Jewish authority in Babylon, about 1168 --
The ban of Solomon ben Adret, 1305 --
Sumptuary and other police laws, 1416-1740 --
Forli, Italy, 1418 --
Valladolid, Spain, 1432 --
Cracow, Poland, 1595-1616 --
Lithuania, 1637 --
Metz, France, 1690-1697 --
Carpentras, Papal-France, 1740 --
Josel of Rosheim, 1537-1547 --
The Shulhan Aruk, 1564-1565 --
The Council of Four Lands and the Lithuanian Council, about 1582-1764 --
Philanthropy and justice among Polish Jews, about 1648 --
Bankruptcy laws of the Council of Four Lands, 1624 --
Laws of the Lithuanian council governing tax collection and recourse to courts, 1623-1632 --
The constitution of the Jewish community of Sugenheim town, 1756 --
Jewish sects, mystics, and messiahs --
The Messiah in Crete, about 431 --
The Medieval jewish kingdom of the Chazars, 740-1259 --
The letter of Rabbi Hasdai, son of Isaac Ibn Shaprut, to the King of the Chazars, about 960 --
The letter of Joseph the king to Hasdai son of Isaac I.
Series Title: Temple book.; Atheneum paperbacks, T7.
Responsibility: Jacob R. Marcus.

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