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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.

INDEX TO VOL. IV VI Later Formulas, 219 Confirmation, the Rite of,  219 Earliest Confirmations, 219 Objections to the Rite, 220 In Harmony with Judaism,  220 Essential Features, 220 Confiscation and Forfeiture,  220 Confiscation of Hebrew Books, 221 Confiscation in France, 221 From the Thirteenth  to the Sixteenth  Centu-ry, 222 Action of the  Inquisition, 222 In the Seventeenth  and Eighteenth  Centu-ries, 223 Conflict of Laws,  224 Criminal Cases, 224 Civil Cases, 224 Marriage Laws, 225 Divorce Laws, 225 Conflict of Opinion, 226 Rules of Decision, 226 Conflict of Passages, 226 Conforte or Conforti, David,  226 Congregation, 227 Congress of Jewish Women, 227 Conigliani, Carlo,  227 Conitz, 227 Conjunctive,  227 Connecticut, 227 New Haven,  228 Hartford, 229 Conque, Abraham ben  Levi, 229 Conrad ( Cuntze) of Winterthur,  229 Conrat, Mase, 229 Conreid, Heinrich,  229 Consanguinity Among Jews,  229 Consecration or Dedication,  230 Priests and Altar, 230 In Rabbinical  Times, 230 Consent, 231 In Business Transactions,  231 In Marriage Contracts, 231 Insanity and Idiocy Barred,  231 In Divorce,  231 Consistory, 232 France, 232 French Dependencies,  232 The Present Status,  233 Consolation, 233 Consolo, Benjamin,  234 Consolo, Federico,  234 Consonants, 234 Constance, District  of the Lake of, 234 Constantine I. ( Flavius  Valerius Aurelius Constantinus),  236 Constantine, 236 Constantinis, Abraham,  237 Constantinople, 237 The Iconoclasts,  237 Benjamin of Tudela’s Account,  238 Under the Turks, 238 Influential Jews, 238 Shabbethai Zebi, 238 Literary Productions,  238 Rabbis, 239 Printingoffices,  239 Population and Constitution,  239 Rabbinical Courts, 239 Benevolent Institutions,  240 Present Conditions, 242 Constantinov, Volhynia,  244 Constanza, 244 Constellations,  244 The Great Bear,  244 “‘ Ash”, 245 Pleiades, 245 Constitution, 245 Consumption ( Tuberculosis),  245 Predisposing Causes, 245 In the Russian Army,  246 In London, 246 In the United States,  246 Increase in New York, 247 Causes of Relative Immunity,  247 Contempt of Court,  248 Contract, 248 Contract by  Deed, 248 Revocation by Contract,  249 Conditional Contracts,  249 Date of Contract,  249 Contros, 249 Controversial  Literature, 249 Conversion to Christianity, 249 Conversion of the Heathen,  250 Conversion of the Jews, 250 Futility of Conversionism,  250 Modern Conversionism, 250 Christian Missions to Jews,  251 Conversions from Worldly Motives,  251 Work of Jewish Converts,  252 Conversion to Islam, 252 Conversion to Judaism, 252 Converts to Christianity, Modern,  253 Convicts, 254 Cookery, 254 Passover Cookery,  255 Fish, 255 Preparation  of Meat; Butter  and Meat, 255 Sabbath Preparations,  255 Soups, 257 Bread and Cakes,  257 Savories and Candies,  257 Cooking- Utensils,  258 Copenhagen, 258 Social Condition,  258 The Eighteenth Century,  259 The Nineteenth Century,  259 Struggles for Reform, 259 Persons of Distinction, 260 Philanthropic Institutions, 260 Coponius,  260 Copper, 260 Name and  Origin, 260 Images  and Altars of Brass,  261 Cor, 261 Cor Ashan,  261 Coral, 261 Corbeil, 261 Corcos, 262 Cordova, 265 Hasdai ibn  Shaprut, 266 Persecutions Under the Moors,  266 Confession of Sin, Later Formulas Cordova, Persecutions Under the MoorsAac— 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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