By Yitzhak Baer, Louis Schoffman, Benjamin R. Gampel
In the second one quantity of his vintage exploration of the Spanish-Jewish neighborhood, Baer covers such significant ancient occasions because the Spanish Inquisition and the Expulsion of the Jews from Spain. This paintings examines the impact of church coverage at the Jewish inhabitants within the fifteenth century, and the issues at which Jewish tradition as an entire used to be altered by way of Spain’s actions.
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Extra info for A History of the Jews in Christian Spain, Vol. 2
Com << Chapter >> Home | TOC | Index within the narrow walls of the ghetto. About this time (in 1377), constant negotiations were being held in regard to the right of the aljamas to try criminal offenses; in fact, although the order was shortly withdrawn, a royal edict did for a time curtail the juridical powers of the Jewish communities. This fundamental issue will be considered more fully below. Here we shall limit ourselves to an incident which took place in 1381 and which sheds considerable light on certain social and religious antagonisms within the Jewish community.
The influence wielded by the above-mentioned Jewish fin anciers may be ascribed to some extent to their intimate per sonal contacts with the king and other members of the royal family. Pedro IV could not allow himself, as had his thirteenth-century predecessors, to appoint such men to official positions; but his personal relations with them were unin fluenced by religious inhibitions. His wives—two died and he married a third—his sons and their wives, who were active in the affairs of state during his reign, in the main followed his example.
When the infante annulled the verdict, the communal lead ers excommunicated Hanoch. After the queen interceded in Hanoch’s behalf, Pedro IV sent a letter bearing his personal signature to the trustees and the berurei ‘averot (commis sioners of vice: see vol. I, 225) of the aljama of Barcelona in which he rebuked them violently for a miscarriage of justice in the case of Hanoch, whom he considered to be innocent, and ordered them to remove the ban immediately. ” Several days later the king notified the royal bailiff in Barcelona that he had removed Hanoch from the legal jurisdiction of the Jews and authorized him (the bailiff) to conduct the trial.
A History of the Jews in Christian Spain, Vol. 2 by Yitzhak Baer, Louis Schoffman, Benjamin R. Gampel