The Jews and Europe: 2,000 Years of History
A presentation of Jewish history, rites, tradition, art, and literature -- the entire legacy of Jewish life for over 2,000 years. Despite constant persecutions, and endless emigration, the Jews of Europe enriched European life throughout their history. Illustrated with magnificent examples of art in full color, The Jews of Europe is an authoritative history.
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2000 Years of History 122 Rites of Passage
Greece and Rome 126 Dress
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