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Authoritative history of the Jews in Spain and Gaul, from their earliest settlement until the fall of the Visigothic power in Spain . Shipping and insurance costs are added to the price of the book.

Authoritative history of the Jews in Spain and Gaul, from their earliest settlement until the fall of the Visigothic power in Spain in 711, and to the end of the Carolingian period in Gaul.

Monographs of the Mediaeval academy of America, no. 12. Classifications. xi, 182 p. Number of pages.

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Katz, . The Jews in the Visigothic and Frankish Kingdoms of Spain and Gaul (Mediaeval Academy monograph no. Milman, H. The History of the Jews, II, Book xxii, pp. 250-263

Katz, . 12). The best presentation of the subject in English. 250-263. Ziegler, A. Church and State in Visigothic Spain. A detailed study of the relation of the State to the Church. The Jewish problem is treated on pp. 186-199. The author holds the State, not the Church, responsible, primarily, for mistreatment of the Jews.

The Jews in the Visigothic and Frankish Kingdoms of Spain and Gaul. xi, 182 plus 6 black-and-white plates. Jacqueline Brown and Paul E. Szarmach of the Medieval Academy were the project Co-Directors, while Patrick W. Conner of West Virginia University was Senior Consultant. The Medieval Academy of America, Cambridge, 1937. Like those works, it is useful for its many details. The Jews in the Visigothic and Frankish Kingdoms of Spain and Gaul (Mediaeval Academy . Contains practically all the laws of the period touching the Jews. Jacob Marcus, The Jew in the Medieval World: A Sourcebook, 3151791, (New York: JPS, 1938), 2023. 250263. Later printings of this text (. This text is part of the Internet Jewish History Sourcebook.

The Medieval Academy of America (MAA; spelled Mediaeval until c. 1980) is the largest organization in the United States promoting excellence in the field of medieval studies. It was founded in 1925 and is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The academy publishes the quarterly journal Speculum, and awards prizes, grants, and fellowships such as the Haskins Medal, which is named for Charles Homer Haskins, one of the Academy's founders and its second president.