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By Judith Frishman, David J. Wertheim, Ido de Haan, Joël Cahen

ISBN-10: 9052603871

ISBN-13: 9789052603872

This learn explores the moving barriers and identities of ancient and modern Jewish groups. The individuals assert that, geographically conversing, Jewish humans hardly ever lived in ghettos and feature by no means been constrained in the borders of 1 kingdom or state. while their locations of place of abode could have remained an analogous for hundreds of years, the international locations and regimes that governed over them have been infrequently as consistent, and gear struggles frequently resulted in the construction of latest and divisive nationwide borders. Taking a postmodern ancient strategy, the participants search to reexamine Jewish background and Jewish reports in the course of the lens of borders and limits.

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Karlikow, “5715 (1954-1955): Belgium”, American Jewish Yearbook 57 (1956): 330-31. 20. Vanden Daelen, Laten we hun lied verder zingen, 352-54. 21. J. Gutwirth, La renaissance du hassidisme: De 1945 à nos jours (Paris: Odile Jacob, 2004), 28-31. 5%), see J. Gutwirth, “Hassidim de notre temps”, Les nouveaux cahiers 7 (1966): 56-62. 22. See for example for the Netherlands: H. van Solinge and M. , De joden in Nederland anno 2000: Demografisch profiel en binding aan het jodendom (Amsterdam: Aksant, 2001); M.

An example of these texts may be seen in their reproduction in The Medici State and the Ghetto of Florence, fig. 3 and fig. 4. Adapted, with permission, from Siegmund, The Medici State and the Ghetto of Florence, 266. Ibid. Ibid. Ibid. 01a Siegmund 14-03-2011 17:03 Pagina 31 The Ghetto of Florence 31 It should be noted that the cities under Florentine dominion had a long tradition of local statutes. In Arezzo, for example, the statutes ranged from a ban on catching fish in the river between St.

The ghetto was, in other words, administratively organized to become a self-supporting, self-governing town and to support state finances. Like the other subject cities of the Tuscan state, the ghetto too was granted a large degree of autonomy. , regular and occasional) taxes on the community. They were also obligated to carry out any orders given to them by the Nove. These officers had their parallels in the other communities administered by the Nove; the role of the Nove was to oversee the activities of the local governccccccc 21.

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