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El mercader de Venecia/ The Merchant of Venice
May VMora rated it really liked it Mar 10, Published July 15th by Random House Mondadori first published Simon rated it really liked it Callimani 31, You can visit this foreign land and travel up and down the alleys of time in The Ghetto of Venice.
The Battle of Lepanto and the how life changed for the Jews afterwards is addressed.
Rita Orozco Peralta rated it it was amazing Sep 28, Descriptions are given of customs surrounding a wedding, a burial, a circumcision ceremony, and the Jewish holidays of Simchat Torah, Purim the Jewish Carnivaland Shabbat.
Marco86 rated it liked it Jun 05, For this reason I have always been opposed to the views of Rabbenu Asher, who thanked God because he had no secular learning, which in his opinion leads people away from God. Trivia About Storia del ghetto These events, reflected through the lens of their effect on the ghetto, would require additional reading in European and Italian history to see the bigger picture that Calimani describes primarily in terms of their effect on the ghetto.
Sebastian Magnowski rated it really liked it Oct 01, Pippo added it Oct 27, Diego Gamboa rated it liked it Apr 22, Refresh and try veneia. Want to Read saving…. Open Preview See a Problem? Cristy Vizcaino rated it liked it Apr 23, Katarzyna Domagala rated it it was ok Jan 28, Only if a person’s Christian conversion could be proven to have been sincere could reversion to Judaism, or a second conversion to Christianity, be a heresy.
El mercader de Venecia
It was thought she would soon recover but instead the poor girl got worse: He goes on to show that this change in when France came in and occupied part of Italy under General Bonaparte. Sebastien marked it as to-read Oct 28, Annabelle rated it liked it Aug 04, Preview — El mercader de Venecia by Riccardo Calimani.
It’s worth looking into. This book goes into much more detail and politics than I ruccardo to get into but it is not bad if you are into history. Anyone interested in the life of Jews in Italy at this time should read this book. In other words the Venice Inquisition seems to have had a very mercadfr view of the events of than did the Spanish Inquisition. No trivia or quizzes yet. LPenting rated it liked it Dec 04, Calimani’s recreation of Venice is replete with details, some boring and technical and some alive and fascinating.
El mercader de Venecia by Riccardo Calimani
The book gave the rules of the ghetto, some history of the Sephardic Jews, what life was like for some of the common people. Mordecai added it May 29, The story of the Jews of Venice begins aroundand continues until this day, although the la Calimani’s century by century walk through the politics, economics, and religious ferment of the ghetto of Venice, together with fascinating letters and writings from individuals, paints a complete picture of a unique socio-political and religious space in European history – the Jewish ghetto of Venice.
Anyone familiar with Sephardi Jewish history is well aware of Dona Gracia Nasi and all she did for the Jewish people of her time. The research that went into this book was extensive.
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Cricri added it Jun 15, Anzhelina rated it it was amazing Jun 21, Jen added it Dec 31, I also learned about the effect of Napoleon’s armies on the free Venetian state, the revolution in Venice, the coming of Austrian rule, and other 19th century history climani I had been completely unaware of.
Excellent resource for the history of Jews in Italy and the Mediterranean.
Yes, Napoleon broke the gates of the Ghetto, and Hitler exterminated almost the whole community to the extent of emptying the hospitals of the sick and mentally challenged.