Elizabeth Caldwell Hirschman; Donald Neal Yates
|描述：||vi, 258 p. : ill., maps, geneal. tables ; 27 cm.|
|内容：||The origins of Scotland --
DNA and population studies : "But why do you think they were Jewish?" --
Genealogies of the first wave of Jewish families, 1100-1350 C.E. --
Genealogies of the second wave of Jewish families, 1350-1700 C.E. --
The early Jews of France, 700-1200 C.E. --
When did Jews arrive in Scotland? --
To Scotland's Stirling, Ayr, and Glasgow --
The Knights Templar, Freemasons and Cabala in Scotland --
The Judaic Colony at Aberdeen --
The religions of Scotland : did Presbyterianism have crypto-Jewish origins? --
Jews in the national consciousness of Scotland : Scott's Ivanhoe.
|责任：||Elizabeth Caldwell Hirschman and Donald N. Yates.|
"Much traditional history of Scotland rests on fundamental interpretive errors perpetuated to maintain an origin as Celtic, Christian. This equation of Scotland with Celtic culture in popular (and academic) imagination has buried a more accurate understanding of its history. Research includes census records, archaeological artifacts, cemetery inscriptions, religious seals, coinage, noble genealogies, portraiture, and place names"--Provided by publisher.