Présence juive en Alsace et Lorraine médiévales

By Simon Schwarzfuchs and Jean-Luc Fray

Les éditions du Cerf, 12-2015, 440 p.

This book brings together two items often put together : the two former regions of Alsace and Lorraine, but also an misleading association : the reader will quickly realise the big differnces between these two regions, altough attached, regarding their geography, toponymy and general history, like the Jewish presence on its ground, until the Medieval period.

This “situational analysis” will please the researchers, students and curious readers who wish to know more about teh Medieval time lived by the Jews on these lands.

Learn more and purchase the book

Share:

You may also like

Darius Milhaud and his works inspired by Jewish tradition

Born into an old Jewish family from the Comtat Venaissin, Darius Milhaud (1892-1974) is the author of a prolific output…

The Darius Milhaud triptych

Saturday, June 29, 2024, 6:30 p.m. - Salle du Moulin Saint-Julien, Cavaillon (84300), an evening event celebrating the 50th anniversary…

From the Carpathians to the Balkans – A musical escapade from West to East by Kalarash & Guests

June 16, 2024, 6pm, Espace Rachi (Paris 5e), Concert FROM THE CARPATES TO THE BALKANS - A musical escapade from…