Remembering Sepharad: Jewish Culture in Medieval Spain

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Sepharad is the name that the Spanish Jews gave to the Iberian peninsula, and to remember this place is to remember its people. Highlighting diverse practices--from architectural design to bread-baking; from marriage ceremonies to the legislation of personal attire-- Remembering Sepharad traces the vibrant cultural, political, and religious life of the Jewish people in Spain from Roman antiquity to the expulsion of Jews in 1492. Drawing on a wealth of material, including archaeological pieces, furnishings, codices, ...

Remembering Sepharad: Jewish Culture in Medieval Spain 2003, State Corporation for Spanish Cultural Action Abroad, Seattle

ISBN-13: 9788496008274

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