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Brill's Series in Jewish Studies, Volume: 30. Author: Jonathan Israel.

Brill's Series in Jewish Studies, Volume: 30. Particular attention is given to the role of these unique diasporas in the functioning of the six great European world maritime empires of the.

Israel's topic, the ish diaspora and trading networks . Diasporas within a Diaspora is not so much an interdisciplinary work as on. .

Israel's topic, the ish diaspora and trading networks, comprises a wonderfully representative Atlantic world theme, one which has been strangely marginal to, yet is also typical of, the concerns of this young and still-unfolding field. Crypto-Jews and Sephardim in southern France played major roles at various points in importing and processing colonial goods, shipping wool from Spain, and trading French goods into Spain, as well as in the trade in wine and other goods with the Canary Islands

Home Browse Books Book details, Diasporas within a Diaspora: Jews, Crypto-Jews . Sephardim in the Americas: Studies in Culture and History By Martin A. Cohen; Abraham J. Peck University of Alabama, 1993.

Home Browse Books Book details, Diasporas within a Diaspora: Jews, Crypto-Jews,. Diasporas within a Diaspora: Jews, Crypto-Jews, and the World of Maritime Empires (1540-1740). By Jonathan I. Israel. The Jews of Rhodes: The History of a Sephardic Community By Marc D. Angel; Solomon Gaon Sepher Hermon Press, 1980.

Diasporas Within a Diaspora book . He was previously Professor of Dutch History and Institutions at the University of London. In recent years, Israel has focused his a Jonathan Irvine Israel is a British writer on Dutch history, the Age of Enlightenment and European Jews. Israel was appointed as Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey, in January 2001.

Jonathan I. Israel, P. 1972), Oxford University, is Professor of Early Modern European History at the Institute for Advanced Study, at Princeton. He has published extensively on Jewish, Dutch, Iberian and Ibero-American, as well as intellectual history. Series: Brill's Series in Jewish Studies (Book 30). Hardcover: 616 pages. Publisher: Brill Academic Pub (September 1, 2002).

Jews, as part of the Jewish diaspora, migrated . Spectrum–Times Atlas van de Wereldgeschiedenis (in Dutch).

Jews, as part of the Jewish diaspora, migrated to Rome and Roman Europe from the Land of Israel, Asia Minor, Babylon and Alexandria in response to economic hardship and incessant warfare over the land of Israel between the Ptolemaic and Seleucid empires. Jews were also exempted from military service and the provision of Roman troops. Contrary to what Josephus wants his readers to believe, the Jews did not have the status of religio licita (permitted religion) as this status did not exist in the Roman empire, nor were all Roman decrees concerning the Jews positive.

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Israel JI (2002) Diasporas within a Diaspora: Jews, Crypto-Jews, and the World of Maritime Empires (1540–1740). Brill, BostonGoogle Scholar. Kagan RL, Morgan PD (eds) (2009) Atlantic diasporas: Jews, conversos, and crypto-Jews in the age of Mercantilism, 1500–1800. Johns Hopkins University Press, BaltimoreGoogle Scholar. Kaplan MA (2008) Dominican haven: The Jewish refugee settlement in sosua, 1940–1945. Museum of Jewish Heritage, New YorkGoogle Scholar. Klooster W (2006) Communities of Port Jews and their contacts in the Dutch Atlantic World. Jew Hist 20(2006):129–145CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Diasporas Within a Diaspora: Jews, Crypto‑Jews, and the World Maritime Empires (1540-1740), Vol. xxx of Brill's Series in Jewish Studies . xxx of Brill's Series in Jewish Studies (Leiden, 2002), 613 pp. Radical Enlightenment: Philosophy and the Making of Modernity, 1650‑1750 (Oxford, 2001), 810 pp. Conflicts of Empires: Spain, the Low Countries and the Struggle for World Supremacy, 1585-1713 (London and Rio Grande, 1997), 420 p. Empires and Entrepots: the Dutch, the Spanish Monarchy, and the Jews, 1585-1713 (London and Ronceverte, 1990), 457 pp. Dutch Primacy in World Trade, 1585-1740 (Oxford, 1989), 462 pp.

9. Empires and Entrepots: the Dutch, the Spanish Monarchy, and the Jews, 1585-1713 (The Hambledon Press: London and Ronceverte, 1990) 457 pp. 10. Dutch Primacy in World Trade, 1585-1740 (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1989) 462 pp. [paperback edn.

Israel, Jonathan . Diasporas within a Diaspora: Jews, Crypto-Jews and the World Maritime Empires, 1540–1740 . Diasporas within a Diaspora: Jews, Crypto-Jews and the World Maritime Empires, 1540–1740 (Leiden: Brill, 2002). Israel, Jonathan . Dutch Primacy in World Trade, 1585–1740 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989). Kagan, Richard L. and Morgan, Philip D. (ed., Atlantic Diasporas: Jews, Conversos, and Crypto-Jews in the Age of Mercantilism, 1500–1800 (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009). Levi, Scott . Indian Diaspora in Central Asia and Its Trade, 1550–1900 (Leiden: Brill, 2002). Matthee, Rudolph . The Politics of Trade in Safavid Iran: Silk for Silver, 1600–1730 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999).

This volume concerns the Sephardic Jewish diaspora, and the connected 'New Christian' diaspora, during the period 1540-1740 when these linked networks played a unique role in the six great European maritime empires of the time - the Venetian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, English and French.