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The Jews in Western Europe, 1400-1600

Author: John Edwards
Publisher: Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York, NY, USA : Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press, 1995.
Series: Manchester medieval sources series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Through a broad-ranging collection of documents, John Edwards sets out to present a vivid picture of the Jewish presence in European life during this vital and turbulent period. -- .

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Genre/Form: History
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Jews in Western Europe, 1400-1600.
Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York, NY, USA : Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press, 1995
(OCoLC)605346662
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Edwards
ISBN: 0719035082 9780719035081 0719035090 9780719035098
OCLC Number: 30474233
Language Note: Translation of documents originally written in Latin, Hebrew, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, and Italian.
Description: xvi, 159 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: General introduction: Jews as Europeans in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries --
I. The Church and the Jews. 1. The New Testament and the Jews. 2. Pope Gregory IX's attack on the Talmud. 3. Inquisitors and the Jews. 4. The 'Jew' defined. 5. The Inquisition and Jewish converts in Spain. 6. A Venetian Jew on trial. 7. Pope Julius III's attack on the Talmud --
II. Expulsion of Jews. 8. Pogroms in Spain, 1391. 9. Local expulsion from Toro, 1404. 10. Expulsion edict, 1492. 11. Jews convert. 12. The Jews depart from Spain, 1492. 13. An offer of return, 1492. 14. Messianism among Jewish Christians. 15. Trial of a 'Messianic' Jew. 16. Expulsion. 17. Returnees and the converts' malaise: the case of Ganzalo de Vargas. 18. Massacre of New Christians in Lisbon. 19. The voice of the converso. 20. The Rabbis on conversion. 21. Bohemia, 1427. 22. Italy, 1504 --
III. Jews in the European economy. 23. The Jewish stereotype: Spain, 1492. 24. Economic laws: Spain, 1412, 1432. 25. The Jew as royal tax-farmer: Spain, 1488. 26. The Jew as moneylender: Italy, 1479; Spain, 1480. 27. The Jew as lawyer: Spain, 1484. 28. The Jew as royal treasurer: Spain, 1488. 29. The Jew as physician: Italy, 1462, 1474. 30. Papal taxation of Jews: Italy, 1472 --
IV. Jews in European society. 31. Social laws in Spain: 1412, 1432. 32. Jewish dress and badges: Spain, 1491. 33. Sunday travel by Jews: Spain, 1482. 34. A Jewish kidnapping: Italy, 1434. 35. Separation of Jews from Christians: Spain, 1477, 1492; Italy, 1523. 36. Attempted starvation of Jews: Spain, 1484. 37. Racial laws against Jewish Christians: Spain, 1449; Portugal [undated]. 38. Ritual murder accusations: the story of Simon of Trent, Italy, 1475. 39. Ritual murder accusations: the story of the 'Holy Child' of La Guardia, Spain, 1491 --
V. Jews in the Reformation. 40. A Christian Hebraist: Johann Reuchlin. 41. Martin Luther on the Jews. 42. Jean Calvin on the Jews --
VI. Jews in European culture. 43. Jewish preaching: Spain and Italy. 44. Rabbinical scholarship protected by the Pope: Italy, 1519, 1530. 45. The Jew as alchemist: Germany, 1472. 46. The Jew, religion and art: Italy, 1491. 47. Jews and the Roman carnival, 1472. 48. Life in the Roman Jewry, c. 1520. 49. The Jew and the Renaissance: Italy, 1571-1600.
Series Title: Manchester medieval sources series.
Responsibility: translated and edited by John Edwards.

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