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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.

IX INDEX TO VOL. IV Under the Khans, 359 The Krimchaki,  360 The Karaites, 360 List of Karaitic Authors,  360 Condition in 1755, 360 Karaitic Constitution, 361 Antiquities, 361 Criminal Procedure,  361 Criminality, 362 Difficulty of Comparison,  362 Crispin, Isaac  ibn, 363 Crispus, 363 Croatia, 363 Earliest Mention,  364 Increased Toleration, 364 Statistics,  365 Crocodile, 365 The Leviathan,  365 Mythological or Real?,  366 Other Biblical References,  366 Cromwell, Oliver, 366 The Whitehall Conference,  368 Croneburg, Benjamin ben Solomon,  368 Cronica Israelitica,  368 Crool, Joseph,  368 Cross, 368 Cross- Examination,  369 Crown, 369 Festal Crowns,  369 Crowns of Glory, 370 Crowns of Reward, 370 The “ Three Crowns”,  370 Bridal Crowns, 372 Crown of the Law, 372 Crowns of the Righteous,  372 Cruceanu, Stefan,  372 Crucifixion, 373 Mode of Execution,  373 Date of Jesus’ Crucifixion,  374 Cruelty, 374 “ Lex Talionis”,  374 Treatment of Captives,  375 Stages of Progress, 375 Treatment of Slaves, 375 Attitude of Later Judaism,  376 Cruelty to Animals, 376 Precepts of Consideration,  377 Hunting, 377 Rest on Sabbath  for Animals, 377 Crusades, the, 378 First Crusade: 1096,  378 Mayence, 378 Second Crusade:  1145– 47, 379 Third Crusade:  1189– 90, 379 Results, 379 Crypto- Jews,  379 Crystal, 380 Csemegi, Karl,  380 Csillag, Rosa, 380 Csillag, Therese, 380 Cuba, 380 Inquisition  in Cuba, 381 In the Eighteenth Century,  381 Cubit, 382 Cuckoo, 382   Cucumber, 382 Cuenca, 382 Culi, Jacob,  382 Culturverein Der Juden,  383 Cumanus, Ventidius, 383 Cumatiano, Mordecai b. Eliezer, 383 Cumberland,  Richard, 383 Cumin, 383 Cunaeus, Petrus, 384 Cuneiform Inscriptions, 384 Cuneo,  384 Cup, 384 Metaphorical Use,  384 In Folk- Lore, 386 Cup of Benediction, 386 Cup of Salvation,  386 Cupbearer, 386 Curaçao, 386 Settlement  of Illan, 387 Jews Prominent in Trade,  387 Early Tombstones, 387 Congregational Disputes,  388 Curiel, 389 Curiel, Jacob,  389 Cursing, 389 Biblical Conception, 389 Talmudic  Conception, 390 Curtain, 390 Curtains  in Tabernacle,  390 “ Paroket”, 392 Curtains in the Synagogue,  392 Cusa, Nicolaus De, 394 As Papal Legate, 394 Philosophical Views,  394 Cush, 394 Custom, 395 Authority  of Custom, 395 Legal Applications, 396 Differences of Custom,  396 Customs of Jerusalem, 396 Development of Custom, 397 Sephardim  and Ashkenazim,  397 Customs, 398 Cuthah or Cuth,  398 Cuttings, 398 Cuzzeri, Sema,  398 Cymbals, 399 One Pair in  the Temple, 399 Cypress, 399 Cypros, 400 Cyprus, 400 In Hasmonean Times,  400 In Roman Times, 400 Recent Colonization, 401 Cyrene,  401 Cyril, 402 Cyrus, 402 Sources, 402 Foundation of  the Persian Empire,  403 Cyrus and the Medes, 403 Cyrus Conquers Babylon,  404 His Religious Belief, 404 Later Wars; His Death,  404 Cyrus and the Jews,  404 Cyzicenus Antiochus,  405 Czacki, Tadeusz, 405 History of the Jews,  405 Crimea, Under the Khans Czacki, Tadeusz, History of the JewsAac— 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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