Spanish Jewry Through the Ages, Episode 12: Prof. Jonathan Ray – The Expulsion of the Jews of Spain in 1492 and its aftereffects


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Spanish Jewry Through the Ages, Episode 12: Prof. Jonathan Ray – The Expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 and its ramifications

We discussed the lead-up to the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492, the expulsion edict and its reasoning, the impact of 1391 on 1492, the experience of the expulsion, those who accepted baptism, Portugal, forced migration, enslavement of Jews, chronicles of exile, how the exiled communities styled themselves, converso communities and networks, and much more.

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