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A monumental work which laid the foundation of Jewish scholarship in America. Written by more then 400 contributors from all over the world—many considered founding “fathers” of their respective disciplines—this massive 12-volume Encyclopedia remains unsurpassed in many areas. Each of its 12 volumes was re-created by craftsmen of Varda Graphics, Inc. to look as close to the original as possible, while allowing the reader to take advantage of the latest computer technology.

XV INDEX TO VOL. IV Dimi, 603 Din, 604 Dina, Giacomo,  605 Dinah, 605 Dinaites, 606 Dinhabah, 606 Diniz (= Denis),  606 Diocaesarea, 606 Diocletian, 606 Diodatus, 607 Diogo, Justiniano Alvares  Da Annunciação, 607 Dion Cassius, 607 Dionysus, Festival of,  608 II Maccabees, 608 According to Plutarch,  608 Account of Tacitus, 608 In Talmud and Cabala, 609 Dioscorides, Pedacius  or Pedanius, 609 Diospolis,  609 Dirge, 609 Disabilities, Legal,  609 Disabilities, 609 Principles of Treatment,  609 Before Caracalla, 610 After the Christianization  of Rome, 610 Historical and Economic Conditions,  610 Disabilities of the 18th Century,  611 Disabilities in Turkey,  612 In Morocco,  612 In Persia,  613 Discount, 613 Diseases in the  Bible and Talmud, 613 Dishon, 613 Disinterment,  613 Guiding Rule,  613 Cohn vs. Shearith Israel,  613 Diskin, Joshua  Löb ben Benjamin,  614 Disna, 614 Dispeck, David ben  Joel, 614 Disputations, 614 Between Jews  and Romans, 615 Between Jews and Christians,  615 In the Middle Ages, 615 Paris and Barcelona, 616 Disputation of Tortosa, 617 Friendly Disputations, 617 In Italy, Germany, and Poland,  618 An Eighteenth Century Disputation,  618 D’israeli, Benjamin, 618 Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield,  619 Views on Judaism, 619 Advocates Jewish Emancipation,  620 In Office, 620 At Berlin Congress,  621 D’israeli, Isaac, 621 Disraeli Pedigree, 622 Distaff, 622 Dittel, Leopold  Ritter Von, 622 Divekar, Abraham Samuel, 623 Divekar, Samuel  Ezekiel, 623 Divination, 623 Divine Judgment,  624 Divine Service,  624 Divorce, 624 Modifications,  625 Remarriage After Divorce,  626 Dizahab, 628 Dlugosz, Jean,  628 Dlugosz, 628 Dob Baer b. Judah Loeb,  628 Dob Baer b. Loeb,  628 Dobritz, 628 Dobroje, 628 Dobrovelichkovka,  628 Dobruska, Moses, 628 Dobsewitch ( Dobsevage),  Abraham Baer b. Joseph Ezra, 629 DóCzy ( Dux),  Ludwig, 629 Dodai ( Dudai) ben Nahman,  629 Dodanim, 629 Dodavah,  629 Dodo, 629 Doeg, 630 Dog, 630 Term  of Contempt, 631 The Keeping of Dogs, 631 The Faithful Dog, 631 Golden Dogs Barking,  632 Dohm, Christian  Wilhelm Von,  632 Dokshitzy, 633 Dolan Bellan, 633 Dolaro, Selina, 633 Dolitzki, Menahem Mendel,  633 Domain, Public,  633 Dombrova, 634 Dombrovitza, 634 Domier, Esther,  634 Domicil, 634 Regarding  Membership of Community,  634 Domicil of Married  Women, 634 Dominicans, 635 Dominico Irosolimitano  or Hierosolymitano, 635 Domitian, 635 Domitilla, Flavia,  635 Domninus or Domnus,  635 Domus Conversorum, 636 After the Expulsion, 636 Names of Converts, 637 Philip Ferdinandus,  637 Donath, Eduard, 638 Donath, Leopold, 638 Donati, Cesare, 638 Donati, Marco, 638 Donato D’orvieto, 638 Donin, Nicholas,  of La Rochelle,  638 Dönmeh, 639 Donnolo, 639 Door and Door-  Post, 640 Dorbolo or Durbal, Isaac Ben,  640 Doris, 641 Dormido, David Abravanel, 641 Dormitzer, Meïr  ha- Levi, 641 Doros, 641 Dorotheus,  641 Dortmund, 641 Dosa ( or Dosai),  642 Dosa, 642 Dosa ben Saadia,  642 Dosa b. Tebet, 642 Dosetai or Dositheus,  642 Dositheus, 643 Founder of  the Dositheans, 643 Dimi Dositheus, Founder of the DositheansAac— Apo  | Apo— Ben | Ben— Cha | Cha— Dre | Dre— Goa  | God— Ist  | Ita— Leo  | Leo— Mor | Mor— Phi | Phi— Sam | Sam— Tal  | Tal— Zwe   P  a g   V  ie w Search  | F i n d  | H o m e | I n d e x   P  a g   V  ie w

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