4 edition of London: the 13th-century Jewry revisited found in the catalog.
Offprint from The Jewish Historical Society of England, vol.32, (1990-1992), p. 89-158.
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On reaching the Old Jewry, and after he had breakfasted, Dr.
Further studies are necessary to test the magnitude of the Judeo—Khazar demographic contribution to the presence of Jews in Europe ; ; ; ;.
Other primary sources for studying London parishes are inventories of the vestments, books, plate, relics, church furniture, and other items owned by the parish, and occasionally deeds or even cartularies survive for parishes that list details of their revenue-producing properties.