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Polish-Lithuanian Jewry was the center of the early modern Jewish world, and the most outstanding symbol of its glory was the famous Jewish autonomy. In spite of the considerable attention that scholars have paid to the Council of the Four Lands, surprisingly little information was available from the Jewish autonomous institutions in the Polish-Lituanian Commonwealth. This changed, however, with the discovery of the complete corpus of Jewish poll-tax lists from 1717-1764. The present book is based upon the analysis of these new sources which supply a diachronic dimension, about half a century in duration, to systematic data about the Jewish population in Poland. It provides the full statistical information in the form of tables and is supplemented with a series of maps.
|List of Maps||p. vii|
|The Development of Jewish Autonomy||p. 9|
|The Structure of Jewish Autonomy||p. 23|
|Jewish Demography and Geography||p. 39|
|The Administrative Structure of the Urban Jewish Population||p. 49|
|The Administrative Structure of the Rural Jewish Population||p. 77|
|The "Leaseholders' Belt"||p. 97|
|Jewish Political Leadership||p. 109|
|A Case Study: The Jewish Subjects of Kazimierz Granowski, Voivode of Rawa||p. 137|
|Tables to Chapter Two||p. 153|
|Maps to Chapter Two||p. 357|
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Series: Studia Judaeoslavica : Book 2
Number Of Pages: 376
Published: 28th August 2009
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 16.0 x 2.69
Weight (kg): 0.82