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From: Jewish Quarterly Review
Volume 97, Number 4, Fall 2007
pp. 508-520 | 10.1353/jqr.2007.0063

the latest oppressor is Haman, and the court-Jew who tries to avoid disaster is Mordecai. Christendom is "Edom" or "Esau," and Islam is "Ishmael." Geographical names are blithely lifted from the Bible and affixed to places the Bible never knew, and so Spain is "Sefarad," France is "Zarefat, [and] Germany is "Ashkenaz."

The only exception to this typological perspective, Yerushalmi pointed out, was a faint flame of Jewish historiographical activity that flickered in the sixteenth-century in the wake of the Spanish expulsions, as Jews tried to make sense of what seemed to many like an unprecedented catastrophe. But despite the publication of such pioneering works as Azariah de Rossi's history of the Jews, Me'or 'enayim , in 1575, which used profane, non-Jewish sources to rethink and ultimately cast doubt upon received rabbinic views of...

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From: Jewish Quarterly Review
Volume 97, Number 4, Fall 2007
pp. 508-520 | 10.1353/jqr.2007.0063

the latest oppressor is Haman, and the court-Jew who tries to avoid disaster is Mordecai. Christendom is "Edom" or "Esau," and Islam is "Ishmael." Geographical names are blithely lifted from the Bible and affixed to places the Bible never knew, and so Spain is "Sefarad," France is "Zarefat, [and] Germany is "Ashkenaz."

The only exception to this typological perspective, Yerushalmi pointed out, was a faint flame of Jewish historiographical activity that flickered in the sixteenth-century in the wake of the Spanish expulsions, as Jews tried to make sense of what seemed to many like an unprecedented catastrophe. But despite the publication of such pioneering works as Azariah de Rossi's history of the Jews, Me'or 'enayim , in 1575, which used profane, non-Jewish sources to rethink and ultimately cast doubt upon received rabbinic views of...


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