History of the Jews in Aragon.

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History of the Jews in Aragon. Hispania Judaica, v. 1


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Front MatterHalf Title PageTitle PageCopyright PageTable Of ContentsPREFACEINTRODUCTIONABBREVIATIONS ContentsJAMES I (1213-1276)APPENDICEPEDRO III (1276-1285)ALFONSO III (1285-1291)DOCUMENTS (1213-1291)I 1224, 19 août. — CalatayudII 1254, 7 juillet. — Valence.III 1257, 15 novembre. — Barcelone.IV 1262/3, 13 février. — Saragosse.V 1264, 11 novembre. — Barcelone.VI 1272, 16 août. — Montpellier.VII 1273, 16 juin. — Alcira.VIII 1275,',5 octobre. — Barcelone.IX 1275/6, 22 mars. — Valence.X 1276/7, 24 Janvier. — Murviedro.XI 1277, 17 août. — Au camp, devant Montesa.XII 1280, 15 juillet — Lérida.XIII 1282, 24 avril. — Valence.XIV 1284, 6 juillet. — Téruel.XV 1284/5, 15 mars. — Girone.XVI 1285, 6 mai. — Figueras.XVII 1285, 1er juin. — Col de Panissars.XVIII 1285, 1e r juin. — Col de Panissars.XIX 1285, 31 octobre. — Villafranca.XX 1285/6, 9 janvier. — Majorque.XXI 1286, 19 novembre. — Port-Salon.XXII 1290, 21 décembre. — Barcelone.XXIII 1290/1, 5 janvier. — Barcelone.JAMES II (1291-1327)Back Matter INDEXINDEX OF SUBJECTSINDEX OF COMMUNITIESINDEX OF PLACES OUTSIDE ARAGONINDEX OF PERSONS: JEWSLIST OF CONVERTSINDEX OF PERSONS: NON-JEWSGLOSSARYCOMPARATIVE LIST OF SOURCESMAPSGenealogical table of the kings of Aragon (1213-1327)
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