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The Jews of Europe and the Inquisition of Venice, 1550-1670

by Brian S Pullan

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Published by Blackwell in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jews -- Italy -- Venice -- History,
  • Marranos -- Italy -- Venice -- History,
  • Inquisition -- Italy -- Venice -- History,
  • Venice (Italy) -- Ethnic relations

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBrian Pullan
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 348 p. ;
    Number of Pages348
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14632216M
    ISBN 100631129790

    General Overviews. Roth was a breakthrough for the history of the Jews in Venice, albeit concentrated on the Lagoon city itself. Since then there has been no scientific attempt to write a complete survey, neither about the city nor about the terraferma or the maritime empire. But some good Collections of Studies and single- or dual-authored works illuminate the situation in the . Inquisition, a judicial procedure and later an institution that was established by the papacy and, sometimes, by secular governments to combat heresy. Derived from the Latin verb inquiro (“inquire into”), the name was applied to commissions in the 13th century and subsequently to similar structures in early modern Europe.

    Antisemitism in the history of the Jews in the Middle Ages became increasingly prevalent in the Late Middle Ages. [citation needed] Early instances of pogroms against Jews are recorded in the context of the First ion of Jews from cities and instances of blood libel become increasingly common in the 13th to 15th centuries. This trend peaked only after the end of the .   Katherine Aron-Beller, Ph.D (Haifa, ) is lecturer in Jewish History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at Tel Aviv University. Her first book Jews on Trial: The Papal Inquisition in Modena (Manchester University Press) was published in Christopher Black, , (Oxford ), is Emeritus Professor of Italian History, Glasgow .

    For decades she ran an underground railroad for Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition and single-handedly supported Jewish communities in Italy, Turkey and Israel. Praised during her lifetime as “the heart of her people”, Dona Gracia Nasi’s story is hardly remembered today.   The Jews of Spain and Portugal had a long history of cultural and intellectual sophistication and relative toleration, although the sky had been steadily darkening since the midth century, and the advent of the Inquisition in was a sign of what was to come.


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Venice in the 16th and 17th centuries was on the frontier between Christianiity and Judaism, being one of the principal points of departure from Europe to the Levant, and of re-entry from the Ottoman Empire. The Jews of Europe and the Inquisition of Venice: by Brian Pullan () Paperback – out of 5 stars 1 rating See all 8 formats and 5/5(1).

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reissue of the ed. Description: xv, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Pt. The recording institution The tasks of the inquisition in Venice Heresy, the state and the inquisition Venetian and Roman elements in the inquisition Venetian, Roman and other inquisitions Jurisdiction, crime.

The Jews of Europe and the Inquisition of Venice, Paperback – 31 Dec. by Brian Pullan (Author)Author: Brian Pullan. POLAND. An estimatedJews were living in Poland. Within 75 years the number of Jews would reachASHER LEMLEIN (Venice) Announced that the messiah would be coming within two years.

His call for repentance, fasting and preparation for the messiah spread to western and central Europe. Start studying HST WEEKS Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

The Inquisition was a powerful office set up within the Catholic Church to root out and punish heresy throughout Europe and the Americas. Beginning in the 12th. Book Review: “The Jews of Europe and the Inquisition of Venice ” Out of a growing catalog of writings about the Spanish and Roman Inquisitions, Brian Pullan’s book titled The Jews of Europe and the Inquisition of Venice is one of the most insightful of them.

The Jews of Europe and the Inquisition of Venice, (Oxford: Blackwell Press, ) Pullan, Brian S. “ ‘A Ship with Two Rudders’: ‘Righetto Marrano’ and the Inquisition in Venice,” Historical Journal 20 ():   While the book's coverage extends throughout Venetian history and to the broader contexts of Italy, the main focus is the period when Jewish life in the city was at its most vigorous—from the early sixteenth to early eighteenth centuries, a period which saw the creation of both the cultural heritage and.

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Published by Barnes & Noble (). The Spanish and Portuguese operated inquisitorial courts throughout their empires in Africa, Asia, and the Americas (resulting in the Peruvian Inquisition and Mexican Inquisition).

The Spanish and Portuguese inquisitions focused particularly on the issue of Jewish anusim and Muslim converts to Catholicism. Between andthere were million Jews in Christian Europe.

They were not part of the feudal system as serfs or knights, and thus were spared the oppression and warfare. [citation needed] Persecution of Jews in Europe increased in the High Middle Ages in the context of the Christian Crusades. Pullan, Brian The Jews of Europe and the Inquisition of Venice, – London I.

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In Renaissance Europe, Jews were seen as a threat to Christianity. Jews had been evicted from England in the s, and were forced out of many other European states in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. In those few places where they were tolerated, such as Venice, it was under sufferance, and only because they were useful.

The Jews of Europe and the Inquisition of Venice, by Brian S. Pullan 2 editions - first published in. THE JEWS IN VENICE – To understand the history of the Jewish presence in Venice we must enlarge our horizon to include a brief survey on the Venetian Republic attitude towards foreign communities.

Venice, for long centuries an international seafaring center, got in touch with all the populations living on the shores of the Mediterranean, developing an open and far-sighted .The Jews of Europe and the Inquisition of Venice, / by: Pullan, Brian S. Published: () La mendicità sbandita col sovvenimento de' poveri opera / by: Guevarre, Andrea.

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