Jewish Travellers in the Middle Ages: 19 Firsthand Accounts
Elkan Nathan Adler
Dover, 1930 - History - 391 pages
Rich in human experience and historic detail, these fascinating accounts portray the activities of Jewish scholars, merchants, pilgrims, ambassadors, and other wanderers. Nineteen engaging narratives, some of them 12 centuries old, offer rare perspectives on the unfolding drama of life in medieval Europe, the Near East, and Africa.
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