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Jewry-law in medieval Germany

Guido Kisch

Jewry-law in medieval Germany

laws and court decisions concerning Jews

by Guido Kisch

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Published by American Academy for Jewish Research in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jews -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Holy Roman Empire.,
  • Jews -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Germany -- History -- Sources.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Guido Kisch.
    GenreSources.
    SeriesTexts and studies / American Academy for Jewish Research -- v.3, Texts and studies (American Academy for Jewish Research) -- v.3.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 274p., [5] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages274
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20315254M

    'Cassen’s book takes us beyond a simplified interpretation of the Jewish badge as a means to make Jews recognizable. It certainly speaks not only to scholars of Renaissance Italy but also to anybody interested in mechanisms of social inclusion and exclusion in medieval and early modern Jewish history, including graduate students.'. The Jews in Medieval Germany was, inter alia, a sustained celebration of Eike and his juridical work, particularly his approach to the Jews and Jewry-law. Eike deals with the questions of Jewry-law ‘without bias, with calm sobriety, philosophic acumen, and a keen sense of justice’ (Kisch, , 38) Throughout, Kisch contrasts Eike’s.

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    Kisch, G., "Research in Medieval Legal History of the Jews," in Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research, VI (), and "The Jewry-Law of the Medieval German Law-Books," in Proceedings, VII (). Both of these essays throw great light on the relation of the Jew and the Jewish community to the medieval state. Jewish Women in Medieval Ashkenaz Words | 7 Pages. Medieval Jewish society, like all traditional Jewish culture, was run by patriarchal hierarchy “Philosophical, medical, and religious views of the time all supported the view that men were superior to women both in nature and in deed”.


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THE JEWRY-LAW OF THE MEDIEVAL GERMAN LAW-BOOKS GUIDO KISCH PART I* I. JEWS AND JEWRY-LAW IN GERMANY.- II. PROBLEM AND METHOD. - III. SOURCES. - IV. LITERATURE.-V. EXTENT OF THE VALIDITY OF JEWRY-LAW. - VI. THE ATTITUDE OF THE LAW-BOOKS TO THE LAW OF JEWRY-PRIVILEGES AND TO JEWISH LAW.

*My research work here in America in. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: New York: American Academy for Jewish Research, (Texts and studies ; v.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kisch, Guido, Jewry-law of the medieval German law books. New York: [s.n.], (OCoLC)   Medieval Jewry Law has been described as a ‘law of privilege made up of occasional favours and restrictions of various kinds without reference to any fixed principle’ (Kisch ).

But perhaps its most unique and distinctive quality was the special relationship between Jews and the Jewry-law in medieval Germany book powers (Poliakov ). Kisch, Guido. Jewry-Law in Medieval Germany: Laws and Court Decisions Concerning Jews. Originally published: New York: American Academy for Jewish Research, xiv, pp.

5 plates. Reprintedby The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN ; ISBN X. Hardcover. New. * A valuable compilation drawn from the Muehlhaeuser Reichsrechtsbuch, the Author: Guido Kisch. (Jewry-Law in Medieval Germany, American Academy for Jewish Research, New York, ).

Here these cases are cited to show how the law was actually applied. Professor Kisch apparently had a double objective in this volume: to show how Jewry law at various times and in several districts re. When we are considering the legal position of Jews in Medieval Germany, the question we need to ask is what was Jewry law like at that time.

We can understand Jewry law as being Christian legal material and documents concerning Jews (Cohen ). Jewry Law was executed by two main bodies the monarch and the church. The Jews in Legal Sources of the Early Middle Ages is the first and only corpus of the relevant sources in their original Greek or Latin and in English translation.

The texts have been arranged in five parts, with each part consisting of separate sources, in all.5/5(1). Also the ink is somewhat faded so you’ll have to zoom in or look at re-drawings of these illustrations in various textbooks such as Guido Kisch’s Jewry-Law in Medieval Germany.

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Guido Kisch's book "Jewry-Law in Medieval Germany" has both untranslated excerpts from this work and black-and-white copies of these pictures. The Dresden Library, which has a digital copy of the Sachsenspiegel online, gives the author as Eike von Repgow.

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During the s and s the eminent historian of medieval German law, Guido Kisch, developed two distinct yet related interpretive strategies that allowed him to respond as a scholar and a Jew to the catastrophe that had consumed Europe.

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JEWRY-LAW IN MEDIEVAL GERMANY: LAWS AND COURT DECISIONS CONCERNING JEWS. New York, American Academy for Jewish, 1st Edition. Cloth, 8vo, pages. Jacob R. THE JEW IN THE MEDIEVAL WORLD: A SOURCE BOOK Cincinatti, The Union of American Hebrew.