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Mediterranean society

S. D. Goitein

Mediterranean society

the Jewish communities of the Arab world as portrayed in the documents of the Cairo Geniza

by S. D. Goitein

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Published by University of California Press, Cambridge University Press in Berkeley, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementS.D. Goitein. Vol.1, Economic foundations.
The Physical Object
Pagination550p. ;
Number of Pages550
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18594143M

  Gives an overview of the Mediterranean (history, people, culture) during the high middle ages. This book discusses the working class; the business world, and government's role in commerce; and describes travel and seafaring. Start studying AP World History Book Chapter 10 - Mediterranean Society: The Greek Phase. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

How well integrated were Jews in the Mediterranean society controlled by ancient Rome? The Torah's laws seem to constitute a rejection of the reciprocity-based social dependency and emphasis on honor that were customary in the ancient Mediterranean world. Were the Jews a Mediterranean Society? argues that Jewish social relations in antiquity were animated by a core tension between biblical solidarity and exchange-based social values such as patronage, vassalage, formal friendship, and debt Schwartz's examinations of the Wisdom of Ben Sira, the writings of Josephus, and the.

How well integrated were Jews in the Mediterranean society controlled by ancient Rome? The Torah’s laws seem to constitute a rejection of the reciprocity-based social dependency and emphasis on honor that were customary in the ancient Mediterranean world. This book offers a new perspective on this formative period in Jewish history and. Mediterranean food consumption patterns Diet, environment, society, economy and health Food and agriculture organization oF the united nations international centre For advanced mediterranean agronomic studies rome, Authors Reference persons: Cosimo Lacirignola & Roberto Capone, CIHEAM-Bari Senior technician: Hamid El Bilali, CIHEAM-BariFile Size: 1MB.


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Subsequent volumes received the National Jewish. A Mediterranean Society, An Abridgment in One Volume First Edition by S. Goitein (Author), Jacob Lassner (Editor) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

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Goitein is an undisputed master of the Cairo Geniza, the eclectic collection 0f 20, documents, including marriage contracts, civil procedure and business contracts, marriage and divorce instruments, all shedding light on the most fascinating Jewish (and Islamic) Mediterranean society extending from North Africa, to Egypt and Palestine in the 10th to 13th by: S.

Goitein (), scholar, administrator, professor, and author of or more books and articles in Hebrew and English, worked at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton until his death.A Mediterranean Society was awarded the Haskins Medal of the Medieval Society after publication of the first two volumes.

Subsequent volumes received the National Jewish Book Award. About the Author. Goitein, who was associated with the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton University at the time of his death inwas honored with the Haskins Medal of the Medieval Society and the National Jewish Book Award for A Mediterranean r, administrator, and prolific writer, he was a preeminent scholar in the areas of Jewish-Arab relations.

He received the National Jewish Book Award Scholarship for A Mediterranean Society Vol. IV in Published works. A Mediterranean Society: The Jewish Communities of the Arab World as Portrayed in the Documents of the Cairo Geniza, Vol. I: Economic Foundations, University of California Press (September 1, ), ISBN Alma mater: University of Frankfurt.

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A Mediterranean Society: An Abridgment to One Volume. By S. GOITEIN. Revised and edited by JACOB LASSNER. Berkeley: University of California Press, Pp. xxii + $ (cloth). The five volumes of A Mediterranean Society: The Jewish Communities of the Arab World as Portrayed in the Documents of the Cairo Geniza by the late Shelomo D.

Goitein (University of California Press, Author: Peregrine Horden. University of California Press, Complete in six paperback volumes (the final being a cumulative index). Crisp and clean except for four corner-folds in Vol I; small creases to the soft cover at the left rear corners of Vol V, fading nearly to white along spines, otherwise.

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