The carrière of Carpentras
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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Abraham according AHVC Archives Armand Lunel Avignon Azubi baptism Bardinet baylons bishop of Carpentras Bull Carcassonne Carpen Carpentras Jews carriere at Carpentras Cavaillon Cecil Roth Chobaut Christians church citizens Coll Comtadine Comtat Jews Comtat Venaissin conseil converted Cremieu debts declared decree Dianoux Durini ecus edict eighteenth century escamots families Father fifteenth century forbidden forbidding France French ghetto Halphen Hebrew herem Holy houses income inhabitants inside the carriere Isaac Jacob Jewish communities Jews and Christians Jews of Carpentras Juifs d'Avignon Juifs de Carpentras Juiverie Languedoc laws letter list of Jews live livres Lunel manifestes Monteux neighbours neophyte Nimis notaire notary officials paid papal papal Bulls Paris peasants pentras poor popes Provence rabbi recteur Régistre religion Revolution Roman ghetto Rome sermons sumptuary laws synagogue Talmud tion took town council town of Carpentras Vaucluse vice-legat wear wedding women
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