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This chapter 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 historical chapter of the Jewish chronicle on the Iberian Peninsula, that is Sepharad in Hebrew sources, was presented in Jewish historiography, from the close of the nineteenth century, as a glorious chapter in the history of the Jewish people. Sephardim are the descendants of the Jews expelled from the lands of the Iberian Peninsula in the years 1492-1498, who settled down in the Mediterranean basin.

Keywords: Hebrew sources; Iberian Peninsula; Jerusalem; Jewish people; Sephardim



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