Prize for Religious Zionist Thought, In Memory of Haim Moshe Shapira, 1982 A study of an important and unique institution in Mediterranean Jewish community life- the practice if ransoming co-religionists, who were enslaved or had been captured by Christian or Moslem pirates, or as the result of wars.
Danacode:   110-10124 Language:   Hebrew Dimensions:  17X25 cm Publication Date:   01/1978 Publisher:   Bar-Ilan University Press
One hundred and seven documents from the British Foreign Office, the Colonial Office and the National Archives of the United States, published here for the first time, deal with various aspects of women's life in Morocco. Some women played an active role
A collection of 10 articles on a wide range of subjects especially concerning the Iberian diaspora, by distinguished scholars from Israel, Europe and the United States. A major contribution to the study of Jewish society and economy, and of the histor
Deals with the Anglican missionaries, most of whom were converts from Judaism, and the methods they used to convert Jews. Their task was facilitated by the poverty that prevailed, particularly in times of drought. The number of converts was small thanks t
A collection of 16 papers that constitute a major contribution to the study of the economic life and social development of the Jewish communities in the Mediterranean area before the Industrial Revolution.