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Jewish History

  1. Jewish history is the history of the Jew ish people, faith ( Judaism) and culture.
  2. Jewish history is the history of the Jewish people, faith ( Judaism) and culture.
  3. Jewish history is the history of the Jewish people, faith and culture.
  4. Jewish history was written as part of the Jewish religion.

Ancient Israel And Judah

  1. See the entry on the history of ancient Israel and Judah.
  2. In the Bible See the article on the history of ancient Israel and Judah, Torah and Tanakh.
  3. For the timeline of Biblical characters and the Israelites, see History of ancient Israel and Judah and The Bible and history.


  1. Babylonia - a name used to designate the country of the Arabs.
  2. Babylonia was a state in southern Mesopotamia, in modern Iraq, combining the territories of Sumer and Akkad.
  3. Babylonia was a state in the south part of Mesopotamia (in modern Iraq), combining the territories of Sumer and Akkad.
  4. Babylonia was an ancient state in Iraq), combining the territories of Sumer and Akkad.
  5. Babylonia was an ancient state in Mesopotamia (in modern Iraq), combining the territories of Sumer and Akkad.

East Jerusalem

  1. East Jerusalem is the Eastern side of Jerusalem, home to most of Jerusalem's Arab population.
  2. East Jerusalem is a city of decay.
  3. East Jerusalem is a disputed Middle East ern place name.
  4. East Jerusalem is a disputed Middle Eastern place name.
  5. East Jerusalem was acquired after the 1967 war.


  1. Hebrews are also referred to as the Children of Israel for this reason.
  2. The Hebrews are now well established in non-biblical history.
  3. The Hebrews were among the many peoples who occupied the Fertile Crescent.
  4. The Hebrews were seminomadic herdsmen and occasionally farmers, ranging close to towns and living in houses as well as tents.
  5. The Hebrews were seminomadic herdsmen and occasionally farmers.


  1. In the Hebrew Bible, Israelite priests, prophets, and kings were anointed with oil in consecration to their respective offices.
  2. They are said to have descended from North African or Egyptian Hebraic and later Israelite migrations into West Africa.
  3. If you were born in Israel, and you moved to Tyre, or Babylon, or Egypt, you were always an Israelite.


  1. Israelites were members of the original Twelve Tribes of Israel.
  2. The Israelites were a group of Hebrews, as described in the Hebrew Bible.
  3. Israelites is a song which was written by Desmond Dekker and Leslie Kong for Desmond Dekker & The Aces.
  4. The Israelites were dispersed & exiled.
  5. The Israelites were the dominant cultural and ethnic group living in Canaan in Biblical times, composing the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah.


  1. Jerusalem is an ancient city with historic religious sites sacred to Muslims, Christians and Jews.
  2. According to the Book of Samuel it was given the name "Jerusalem" ( Hebrew Yerushal--yim) by King David but the precise meaning of this name is unclear.
  3. Jerusalem is a big place, and can be divided up into a few districts.
  4. Jerusalem is a huge city, so all individual listings should be moved to the appropriate district articles.
  5. Jerusalem is like no other city on earth.


  1. Jordan is a constitutional monarchy based on the constitution promulgated on January 8 1952.
  2. Jordan is a constitutional monarchy with two legislative houses; the head of state and government is the king, assisted by the prime minister.
  3. Jordan is a constitutional monarchy.
  4. Jordan is a highly urbanized country.
  5. Jordan is a small country with limited natural resources.


  1. Judah was reorganized into a province of the Babylonian empire.
  2. In Hebrew, the name "Judah" contains the four letters of the Tetragrammaton — the special, holy, and ineffable name of the Jewish God.
  3. Judah was included in Syria Palestina, Jerusalem was renamed Aelia Capitolina, and Jews were forbidden to come within sight of the city.
  4. Judah was teaching at Metz and Mayence, gathering about him pupils from far and near.
  5. Judah was the third son of Mattathias the Hasmonean, a Jewish priest from the village of Modiin.


  1. Judea is a mountainous and arid region, much of which is considered to be a desert.
  2. Judea was governed first by the Hellenistic Ptolemies of Egypt (301-198 BCE) until 200 BCE, afterwards by the Hellenistic Seleucid kingdom of Syria.
  3. Judea was reduced in size and heavily taxed.
  4. Judea was represented by a crying woman.
  5. Judea was the territory of the ancient Kingdom of Judah.


  1. A kingdom was established under Saul and continued under King David and Solomon.
  2. The kingdom was also increasingly dominated by the Italian city-states of Venice and Genoa, as well as the imperial ambitions of the Holy Roman Emperors.
  3. The kingdom was divided into Judea in the south and Israel in the north following the death of David's son, Solomon.
  4. The kingdom was essentially based on the feudal system of contemporary western Europe, but with many important differences.
  5. The kingdom was then divided.


  1. Lebanon is the historic home of the Phoenicians, Semitic traders whose maritime culture flourished there for more than 2,000 years.
  2. Lebanon is a member state of the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie.
  3. Lebanon was not an active participant in the war.
  4. Lebanon was thus left with no President, and two rival governments that feuded for power, and more than 40 private militias.
  5. Lebanon: The agreement with Lebanon was signed on March 23.


  1. The region was a territory of the Roman Empire and during the Middle Ages was involved in the Crusades.
  2. The region was a territory of the Roman Empire in the province of Syria and during the Middle Ages was important in the Crusades.
  3. The region was able to produce, according to legends, 10,000 cavalry mounts for Kiso Yoshinaka-s army.
  4. The region was beginning to benefit from Western Europe's mounting appetite for cheap Polish grain, well served by eastern Poland's river network.
  5. The region was created in 1934 as the Jewish National District.


  1. The revolt was defeated by the Roman emperors Vesesapian and Titus Flavius.
  2. The revolt was defeated by the Roman emperors Vespasian and Titus Flavius .
  3. The revolt was defeated by the Roman emperors Vespasian and Titus.
  4. The revolt was defeated by the future Roman emperors Vespasian and Titus.
  5. The revolt was eventually subdued by Ursicinus.

Abrahamic Religion

  1. The origins of Judaism and the ancestral Abrahamic religion are still obscure.
  2. What constitutes an Abrahamic religion varies from each observer's point of view, as a universal classification system cannot be agreed by everyone.
  3. History of the Jews in China, particularly the Kaifeng Jews Abrahamic religion deals with Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and a few other faiths.


  1. Acre is probably to be identified with the Aak of the tribute-lists of Thutmoses III (c.
  2. Acre is the seat of the head of the Bahai religion.
  3. Acre is the seat of the head of the Bah-'- Faith.
  4. Acre is the seat of the head of the Bah-'- religion.
  5. Acre was captured by the Mamluks in 1291, eliminating the crusader presence in the east.


  1. There is even an account that indicates the conversion of a small number of Parthian vassal kings of Adiabene to Judaism.
  2. From MFA: The Tomb of Queen Helene of Adiabene, the largest tomb in Jerusalem, is located north of the Old City.


  1. An agreement was also reached to permit a referendum in each republic in three years on full independence.
  2. The Agreement was a watershed.
  3. The Agreement was later referred to as the 'Good Friday Agreement'.
  4. The agreement was signed in 2004 and ratified last year.
  5. The agreement was that Israel would gradually cede control of territories over to the Palestinians in exchange for peace.


  1. Every major American city has its local "Jewish Federation", and many have sophisticated community centers and provide services, mainly health care-related.
  2. To name the works to which I am indebted would need a list of many of the best-known products of recent Continental and American scholarship.
  3. In the late twentieth century there were allegations of antisemitism against certain prominent American politicians.


  1. The annexation was accompanied by the Sovietization of private property.
  2. The annexation was recognized only by Great Britain ( de facto in the case of East Jerusalem).


  1. Anti-Semitism is a disease of the soul, and diseases are best diagnosed by examining those infected with them (Dershowitz, 113).
  2. Anti-Semitism is a naturally expected and powerful phenomenon, yet the strength of Jewish ethnocentrism has prevailed until recently.
  3. Anti-Semitism is a venomous condition of the heart of man and not just prejudice, hatred or discrimination.
  4. Anti-Semitism was carried into the PNL---s mainstream, and was officially enforced under the premierships of Ion Br--tianu.
  5. Anti-Semitism was common in Europe in the 1920s and 1930s (though its history extends far back throughout many centuries during the course of Judaism).

Antiquities of The Jews

  1. Antiquities of the Jews is a history of the Jewish people, written in Greek for Josephus' gentile patrons.


  1. Area is a physical quantity expressing the size of a part of a surface.
  2. The area is also a key source of water for an arid region.
  3. The area was conquered by Russia in the 18th century and Kazakhstan became a Soviet Republic in 1936.
  4. The area was conquered by the Seleucids in the 4th cent.
  5. The area was filled with debris because it was considered the quarry and the dump site of the city during Christian times.


  1. Sometimes the word "Army" in gold letters appears below the badge.
  2. The army was almost entirely destroyed, either by the Turks or by sickness.
  3. The army was already there, everywhere were people opposed to his regime.
  4. The army was harassed by a sleepless foe, and reduced by fevers and dysentery.
  5. The army was limited to one hundred thousand men with an additional fifteen thousand in the navy.


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  2. Articles are on themes (e.g.
  3. Articles are well documented and intellectually stimulating (Katz).
  4. The articles are humdingers.


  1. Baldwin was captured by Seljuk Turks in 1104 after the Battle of Harran, but was ransomed in 1108.
  2. Baldwin was so impressed by the novel that he titled a collection of his own essays Notes of a Native Son, in reference to Wright's novel.

Blood Libel Against Jews

  1. Blood libel against Jews is the most extensively researched case.

Bnei Menashe

  1. The Bnei Menashe are Mizo and Kuki tribesmen in Manipur and Mizoram who claim descent from the tribe of Menasseh.

Bohdan Khmelnytsky

  1. Bohdan Khmelnytsky was a noble-born product of a Jesuit education in Ruthenia.
  2. Bohdan Khmelnytsky was a noble-born product of a Jesuit education in Ukraine.


  1. The Brutakhi were a Jewish polity of uncertain location and origin during the early 13th century.


  1. Carmel is called Muchraka and there is a Carmelite monastery there.
  2. Carmel is the historic winery of Israel.
  3. The Carmel is also a popular hiking area.

Chassidei Ashkenaz

  1. The Chassidei Ashkenaz would not last though.
  2. To this day many Orthodox Jews learn the works of the Chassidei Ashkenaz.
  3. Rabbi Yehudah HaChassid was one of the main teachers of the --- Chassidei Ashkenaz --- and one of the most profound ethical teachers who ever lived.


  1. The City was reduced to great straits.
  2. The city is a magnet for tourists and the home of the country's steel industry.
  3. The city is a popular tourist site.
  4. The city is an artifact housing a community of anonymous persons, one that has carried great creative and destructive potential across the ages.
  5. The city was (and still is) informally called "Piter".


  1. The Commonwealth was an extension of the Polish-Lithuanian Union, a personal union between those two states that had existed from 1386 (see Union of Krewo).
  2. The Commonwealth was an important European center for the development of modern social and political ideas.
  3. The Commonwealth was further divided into smaller administrative units known as voivodships ( wojew--dztwa).


  1. A crusade is a religious war.
  2. Beyond the Medieval military events, the word "crusade" has evolved to have multiple meanings and connotations.
  3. Etymology and use of the term "crusade" For other uses of the term "crusade", see Crusade (disambiguation).
  4. For additional meanings see usage of the term "crusade".
  5. For other uses of the term "crusade", see Crusade (disambiguation).


  1. Crusaders were also granted indulgences and temporal privileges, such as exemption from civil jurisdiction, inviolability of persons or lands, etc.
  2. Crusaders were to swear that their journey would only be complete once they set foot inside the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
  3. The Crusaders were called the soldiers of Christ 300 pilgrims, peregrini, and "those signed with the cross," crucisignati or signatores.
  4. The Crusaders were completely routed, and thirty thousand are said to have perished.
  5. The Crusaders were en route to liberate the Holy Land from the "infidels," and turned these Crusades into campaigns of slaughter, rape and pillage.


  1. The Crusades were a series of military campaigns sanctioned by the papacy that took place from the end of the 11th century until the 13th century.
  2. The Crusades were a series of several military campaigns sanctioned by the Papacy that took place during the 11th through 13th centuries.
  3. The Crusades were a series of several military campaigns—usually sanctioned by the Papacy—that took place during the 11th through 13th centuries.
  4. The Crusades were a series of several military campaigns---usually sanctioned by the Papacy ---that took place during the 11th through 13th centuries.
  5. The Crusades were a series of wars and campaigns that took place during the 11th through 18th centuries.

Davidic Line

  1. The Hasmoneans were not connected to the Davidic line that is attached to the Tribe of Judah.
  2. Many of the heads of the Jewish communities in Babylon, the Reish Galuta were also described as being of the Davidic line.
  3. It was from that supposed Davidic line though that many great rabbis and "princes" of the people were claimed descent.

Dead Sea

  1. The Dead Sea is a sea located in the Dead Sea Rift, which is part of a long fissure in the Earth's surface called the Great Rift Valley.
  2. The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth, at about 1,300 feet (400 m.) below sea level.


  1. According to the Primary Chronicle, in 986 Khazar Jews were present at Vladimir 's disputation to decide on the prospective religion of the Kievian Rus.
  2. Their relation is referred to by Geronimo da Santa F-- in his speech at the disputation in Tortosa 1413.
  3. The disputation mainly concerned whether the Messiah had already appeared, and whether the Talmud regarded him as such.


  1. The Druze are Arabic-speaking people who are, however, not Muslims.
  2. The Druze were loyal to Israel during the 1948 war, and several of their brigades are highly respected detachments in the Israeli army.


  1. Dura-Europos was a Hellenistic and Roman walled city built on an escarpment 90 meters above the banks of the river Euphrates.
  2. Dura-Europos was a cosmopolitan society, controlled by a tolerant Macedonian aristocracy descended from the original settlers.
  3. Dura-Europos was a cosmopolitan society, controlled by a tolerant pagan Macedonian aristocracy descended from the original settlers.


  1. Emancipation was a major goal European Jews of the 19th Century, and led to active paticipation of Jews in the civil society.
  2. Emancipation was a major goal of European Jews of the 19th Century, and led to active participation of Jews in the civil society.
  3. Emancipation was delayed until 1879.


  1. The Emperor was now disliked by all the people of Acre.
  2. The emperor was unable to impose his authority upon the barons.


  1. Under Arab rule, the exilarch was treated with great pomp and circumstance (cf.
  2. Pethahiah mentions only one academy in Baghdad and but a single presiding officer; he knows nothing of an exilarch.
  3. Under the Abbassids, the Exilarch ruled over more than 90% of the Jewish nation.

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