Religious changes and cultural transformations in the early modern western Sephardic communities /
From the sixteenth century on, hundreds of Portuguese New Christians began to flow to Venice and Livorno in Italy, and to Amsterdam and Hamburg in northwest Europe. In those cities and later in London, Bordeaux, and Bayonne as well, Iberian conversos established their own Jewish communities, openly...
Leiden ; Boston :
|Series:||Studies in Jewish history and culture