The carrière of Carpentras

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Published for the Littman Library by Oxford University Press, 1984 - Architecture - 286 pages
This full length study provides a comprehensive account of the largest community of Jews to live openly in France until 1789. Depicting an impressive range of social, culutral and political aspects concerning the community, the book evaluates its social life, its relationship with the Papacy in Rome and the local government, economic activities, and its contacts with Christian neighbors.

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The Revolution and After
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Marianne Calmann is the author of The Carriere of Carpentras (OUP). She is the only British member of Avignon's prestigious Academie de Vaucluse.

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