The Jews of Khazaria (3TH)

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The Jews of Khazaria (3TH)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 357 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781538103425
  • DDC分類 947.01088296

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The Jews of Khazaria explores the history and culture of Khazaria--a large empire in eastern Europe (located in present-day Ukraine and Russia) in the early Middle Ages noted for its adoption of the Jewish religion. The third edition of this modern classic features new and updated material throughout, including new archaeological findings, new genetic evidence, and new information about the migration of the Khazars. Though little-known today, Khazaria was one of the largest political formations of its time--an economic and cultural power connected to several important trade routes and known for its religious tolerance. After the royal family converted to Judaism in the ninth century, many nobles and common people did likewise. The Khazars were ruled by a succession of Jewish kings and adopted many hallmarks of Jewish civilization, including study of the Torah and Talmud, Hebrew script, and the observance of Jewish holidays. The third edition of The Jews of Khazaria tells the compelling true story of this kingdom past.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
Introduction xiii
1 The Origins of the Khazars 1 (18)
2 The Cities and Towns of the Khazars 19 (26)
3 The Structure of the Khazar Government 45 (10)
4 The Khazar Way of Life 55 (12)
5 Khazarian Trade 67 (10)
6 The Khazars' Conversion to Judaism 77 (32)
7 Relations between the Khazars and Other 109 (24)
Peoples
8 The Decline and Fall of the Khazar Empire 133 (10)
9 The Diaspora of the Khazars 143 (28)
10 Eastern and Central European Jews after 171 (48)
the Tenth Century
Appendix A Timeline of Khazar History 219 (6)
Appendix B Glossary 225 (6)
Appendix C Native Khazarian Personal Names 231 (4)
Appendix D Other Instances of Conversion to 235 (16)
Judaism in History
Notes 251 (60)
Bibliography 311 (24)
Index 335 (22)
About the Author 357