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Safed

By Melonie Schmierer-Lee on Thu 29 Jul 2021

Our Throwback Thursday this week is taken from issue 23 of the printed edition of Genizah Fragments, published in April 1992, by Abraham David:

During the Mamlūk period (1250-1516), the land of Israel was politically and economically attached to the Egyptian centre and was ruled from Cairo by emirs and governors with varying degrees of authority. 

From the second half of the fifteenth century, Jewish sources paint an interesting picture of relations... Read More

Has tags: charity, Genizah Fragments, Hebron, Jerusalem, mamluk, Ottoman, Safed

 

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