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AN ADVANTAGE TO PECULIARITY 25 Urban ethnic heterogeneity was one of the striking features of the Polish Commonwealth. In addition to the Germans, whose legal traditions shaped the development of the Polish municipality, there were Italians, Bohemians, Dutch, Armenians, Scots, Muscovites, Greeks, French, Hungarians, Tatars, and others. 9 Further, the peculiar political configuration of the Polish Commonwealth must be taken into account. Conceptually and politically, Poland was coterminous with the gentry.

2 The literature on the relationship between the Jews and commercial activity has followed two streams. One is concerned with the question of whether Jewish religious and cultural values predispose Jews toward commercial activities and include a system of psychological rewards for commercial success. 3 This dimension of the problem will be reviewed below. The second 2. On the Jews in Poland during this period the standard works are: S. W. , 17 vols. to date (New York and Philadelphia, 1952- ), vol.

156-76. 52. Baron, Social and Religious History, 16: 76. 53. Lublin, Wojew6dzkie Archiwum Panstwowe w Lublinie [WAPL],Ksiqga miejska Opatowa 1/66 (unpaginated). (CAHJP,HM8213). 54. WAPL,Ksiqga miejska Opola 7, 801-2 (1599); Ks. m. Opola 8, 541 (1599); Ks. m. Opola 9, 36-37 (1611), 92 (1617), 141-42 (1619), 147 (1620), 151 (1620), 184 (1622), 231 (1626), 244 (1627),362(1639),369(1639),371(1639),373(1640),415 (1649),467(1661),588(1688). m. Beliyce 7, 10, (1600), 97 (1608), 102-3 (1609), 376-77 (1635), 391 (1639), 589-90 631-32 (1661), 666 (1669), 677-78 (1673), 678-79 (1673), 712-13 (1694).

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