The Jews in the Byzantine Empire, 641-1204.


New York, B. Franklin [1970] .

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Subjects Byzantine Empire.
Jews -- Byzantine Empire.
Jews -- Politics and government.
Jews.
Juifs -- Empire byzantin -- Moyen âge.
Series Burt Franklin research & source works series ; no. 386.
Judaica series (New York, N.Y.) ; no. 8.
Texte und Forschungen zur byzantinisch-neugriechischen Philologie ; Nr. 30.
Description vii, 266 pages illustrations 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Reprint of the 1939 edition.
Vita.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 247-259).
Also issued online.
Contents Persecution and intolerance -- Taxation -- Legal aspects -- Economic activities and population -- Communal and social life -- Intellectual interests and literary products -- Aspects of religion and culture -- The Amittai family -- On the Byzantine-Jewish liturgy -- An anonymous composition attributed to Tobiah born Eliezer -- Aaron Isaakios a Jew? -- Communities not visited by Benjamin of Tudela -- Astafortis, Manuel I's "Jewish" official -- Karaites in the empire -- Texts.
Geographic Area Mediterranean Sea
Network Numbers (OCoLC)75499
(OCoLC)ocm00075499
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WorldCat Identities Starr, Joshua, 1907-1949.
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