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Not. Antonino Giuffrida

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This chapter of the book The Jews in Sicily, Volume 17 Sciacca (end), Caltabellotta, Agrigento, Syracuse, Noto, Catania, Scicli, Randazzo, Messina, Addenda et Corrigenda, presents several excerpts from Notary (Not.) Antonino Giuffrida about the Jews in Sicily. The first excerpt is about Merdoch de Presbitero and Merdoch de Magistro regarding a protest against Vita de Partanna. The chapter also presents tabular data on some incidents that took place among the Jews at that time. This volume documents the history of the Jews in Sicily based on notarial and court records. It illustrates the economic, social, and religious history of the Jewish minority and the relations with the Christian majority.

Keywords: Christian majority; Jewish minority; Not. Antonino Giuffrida; Sicily

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