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This section of the book Between Sepharad and Jerusalem: History, Identity and Memory of the Sephardim presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the survey of the communities of the Sephardi Jews in Europe and the Orient. The book analyzes the history, identity and memory of the Sephardim in their Mediterranean dispersal with a special reference to the Sephardi community of Jerusalem and to the cultural and social changes that characterized the late nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century. It discusses the historical uniqueness of Sepharad that resides in the existence of Jewish, Christians, and Muslims side by side, during a long period of eight hundred years, in the course of which there was no single central government on the Iberian Peninsula.

Keywords: Iberian Peninsula; Jerusalem; Sepharad



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