3 edition of The Illustrated history of the Jewish people. found in the catalog.
The Illustrated history of the Jewish people.
Presents a brief history of the Jewish people from the time of Abraham to the present state of Israel.
|LC Classifications||DS118 .I64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 (i.e. 64) p.|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||72094297|
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By most accounts Jewish history begins with the Babylonians' destruction of Jerusalem in B. This well-made compendium, written by many hands, is in agreement. However, The Illustrated History of the Jewish People departs from traditional history in many ways, most notably in its attempts to understand figures who have been reduced to 5(7).
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An Illustrated History of the Jewish People: The epic 4,year story of the Jews, from the ancient patriarchs and kings through centuries-long persecution to the growth of a worldwide culture by Lawrence Joffe Lawrence JoffeBrand: Anness Publishing, Ltd.
The Illustrated History of the Jewish People. A wonderfully accessible, beautifully illustrated chronicle of Jewish life through the ages, based on the best recent scholarship.
With essays by Jane Gerber, Oded Irshai, Ora Limor, Michael Marrus, Derek Penslar, Seth Schwartz, David Sorkin, and Bernard Wasserstein5. "With black-and-white and full-color illustrations that weave their own visually stunning narrative, The Illustrated History of the Jewish People chronicles the Jews' development from their emergence as a distinct Middle Eastern people with a highly developed religious life and a famous Temple in Jerusalem, to their dispersion to places as diverse as Iraq, Egypt, Morocco, the Rhineland and.
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Lawrence Joffe. Lawrence s: The maps describe areas of Jewish habitation, points of historical and cultural interest, and the many migrations of the Jewish people. While the book is focused on the Jewish history in the Middle East and Europe, it also covers North and South America, Southern Africa and Cited by: 1.
Lawrence Joffes "An Illustrated History of the Jewish People certainly lives up to its title, as it is both lavishly and beautifully illustrated with a range of pictorial items, and comprehensive in its outline of the fascinating story of the Jewish book comprises eleven chapters, preceded by a Timeline noting years of chronology from the time of Abraham and the Patriarchs to Reviews: You're viewing: The People From Nowhere: An Illustrated History of the Carpatho-Rusyns Select options Visit "News" to find out all of the details about the Carpatho-Rusyn Research Center Summer Seminar Series presented by the John and Helen Timo Foundation.
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