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Jews, Christian society, and royal power in medieval Barcelona

by Elka Klein

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Published by The University of Michigan Press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Barcelona (Spain),
  • Spain,
  • Barcelona
    • Subjects:
    • Jews -- Spain -- Barcelona -- History.,
    • Jews -- Spain -- Barcelona -- Politics and government.,
    • Jews -- Spain -- Barcelona -- Social conditions.,
    • Jews -- Spain -- Barcelona -- Economic conditions.,
    • Christians -- Spain -- Barcelona -- History.,
    • Barcelona (Spain) -- Ethnic relations.,
    • Barcelona (Spain) -- Social conditions.,
    • Spain -- History -- 711-1516.,
    • Spain -- Politics and government -- To 1479.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementElka Klein.
      SeriesHistory, languages, and cultures of the Spanish and Portuguese worlds
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS135.S75 B375 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3406642M
      ISBN 100472115227
      ISBN 109780472115228
      LC Control Number2005022347

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Click and Collect from your local Waterstones. The first study of its kind in English in more than fifty years, this book surveys the history of the medieval Crown of Aragon from its early origins in counties of the eastern Pyrenees.

Reviewing the most recent research into the well-preserved archives of the region, Bisson recreates a sense of the energy, drama, and color of these creative and expansionist people between the 12th and 15th Written: In this week 's reading, we read about how Jews, Christians, and Muslims interacted with one another in Barcelona, Toledo, and Granada.

Elka Klein 's book on Jews, Christian Society, and Royal Power in Medieval Barcelona gives context to Jewish/Christian relations in Barcelona, while also defining the Jewish "community" in terms of acculturation. History of European Jews in the Middle Ages covers Jewish history in the period from the 5th to the 15th century.

During the course of this period, the Jewish population gradually shifted from the Mediterranean Basin to Western Europe and later Eastern Europe. Jewish tradition traces the origins of the Jews to the 12 Israelite tribes, however most Jewish traditions state that modern Jews.

In this course, we will explore interactions between Muslims, Christians, and Jews in medieval Europe's most religiously diverse region from the establishment of an Islamic al Andalus in CE through the final Christian "reconquest" of the peninsula and expulsion of the Jews in.

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Halverston) World History Connected 5 () (). Jews, as the only outsiders in an otherwise homogeneous Christian society, were wards of the king. This meant that Jews came under. the direct jurisdiction and protection of the crown, a status which allowed them, for example, freedom of the king's highways, exemption from tolls, the ability to hold land directly from the king, and physical protection in any of the vast network of royal.

- In this week 's reading, we read about how Jews, Christians, and Muslims interacted with one another in Barcelona, Toledo, and Granada. Elka Klein 's book on Jews, Christian Society, and Royal Power in Medieval Barcelona gives context to Jewish/Christian relations in Barcelona, while also defining the Jewish "community" in terms of acculturation.

Elka Beth Klein () Jonathan Ray, Gretchen D. Starr-LeBeau, Community and King: Jews, Christian Society, and Royal Power in Medieval Barcelona (forthcoming in the University of Michigan Press series Klein served as editor of the segment "Medieval Jews and Judaism" for The ORB: An On-Line Reference Book for Medieval Studies.Sephardic Jews around the world owe a debt for the preservation of their history to Joaquim Nadal Farreras, mayor of Gerona and historian.

Gerona can be reached by taking the Renfe, the Spanish train line, from Barcelona. The Call, or Juderia, was located in the oldest part of the medieval city until when Jews left Spain due to the Expulsion.