Medieval Ashkenazic History: Studies on German Jewry in the Middle Ages
Contents: Introduction; Acknowledgements; The Origins of German Jewry; 'Maarufia' in Rabbenu Gershom's Responsa; The Solomon Bar Simson Chronicle as a Source of the History of the First Crusade; The First Crusade and the Persecutions of 1096; Trial by Ordeal in Medieval Jewish History; Austrian Jewry in the Fifteenth Century; Minhagim of the Holy Community of Warmaisa; The Jews of Worms during the French Conquest (1688-1697); Abraham Aaron, A Court-Jew of the Seventeenth Century; A Note on Joseph Suss Oppenheimer's Death Sentence; Sources of Chapters; index.
- Publisher: Sepher-Hermon Press, Inc.
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 1999
- Place Published: Brooklyn, New York
- ISBN: 0872031551
- Condition: Very good
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
23.5 cm. xi, 207p. White hardcover binding with reproduction of woodcut on front board. Over twenty black&white illustrations throughout the text. Pages clean, text unmarked. Some scuffing to boards, the lower corners of about 10 pages were slightly bent, and the lover board corners show some wear. Pages clean and text unmarked. Very good condition.