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By Haim Beinart

Atlases facing the heritage of the Jews have all started showing in English only in the near past. it truly is accordingly an outstanding contribution to the sphere to have this translation of a quantity first released in Israel, the place students have lengthy learned the significance of such works for either scholars and researchers. The meticulous study of Beinart (Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem), one of many optimal students of medieval Jewish heritage, is obvious on each web page. He has divided the ebook into 3 significant sections: an preliminary component extending from the barbarian invasion of Europe to the Crusades; a moment dedicated to the interval finishing with the expulsion from Spain; and a last section masking advancements during the Chmielnicki massacres and Sabbatean flow. each scholar of the interval will treasure the 116 maps and illustrations, demographic facts, and paintings. the amount additionally incorporates a invaluable bibliography and map, topic, and folks indexes. This much-needed study and academic software makes a very good spouse to Evyatar Friesel's Atlas of contemporary Jewish background ( LJ 1/1/91); it covers extensive fabric touched on in Martin Gilbert's The Illustrated Atlas of Jewish Civilization (one of LJ 's "Best Reference Books," 4/15/91). hugely urged to libraries and the final audience.
- Jehuda Reinharz, Brandeis Univ., Waltham, Mass.

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Abba Rav Jooeph b. R. SIWa Rav Kahana b. R. Harinai Rav Ivomal Rav Joseph b. R. Abba Rav Abraham b. R. ShetIra Baghdad, founded by Caliph al-Mansur (762), attracted many Jewish settlers. Although the beginnings of the Jewish Diaspora in Babylon preceded the Muslim conquest, the gaonate period coincided with the period of Muslim rule. The decline of the gaonate began with the death of Rav Hai Gaon in 1038. The gaonate period is of special sign~cance in the history of the Jewish people because the Jewish center in Babylon played a decisive role in the life of the nation and had the vigor to withstand the competition with Eretz Israel for the hegemony over Jewish life, and to prevail.

Even the Sephardic scholar Joseph ibn Abitur intended to leave Spain and emigrate to Eretz Israel, but one of his friends advised him to go first to Egypt. The story of Rabbi Judah Halevi's aliyah typifies a trend among many Jews in those days. Immigrants also came to Eretz Israel from North Africa and Syria. Close ties existed between the Jews of Tripoli and Eretz Israel. Wills from Italy, Egypt and North Africa bear witness to the custom of reinterring the bones of Jewish dead in the Holy Land.

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