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The most devastating attacks against the Jews of medieval Christian Europe took place during the riots that erupted, in 1391 and 1392, in the lands of Castile and Aragon. For ten horrific months, hundreds if not thousands of Jews were killed, numerous Jewish institutions destroyed, and many Jews forcibly converted to Christianity. Benjamin Gampel explores why the famed convivencia of medieval Iberian society - in which Christians, Muslims and Jews seemingly lived together in relative harmony..
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|ISBN||9781107164512||Издательство||Cambridge University Press|
|Автор на обложке||Benjamin R. Gampel||Год||2016|
|Глубина упаковки||1||Высота упаковки||1|
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