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Severus of Minorca

Letter on the Conversion of the Jews (Oxford Early Christian Studies)

by Severus of Minorca

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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ContributionsScott Bradbury (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7398649M
ISBN 100198267649
ISBN 109780198267645


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Epistula Severi tells the story of the breakdown of peaceful coexistence of Jews and Christians in the town of Magona, Minorca on February In this chapter, Kraemer examines an account not considered in her earlier Severus of Minorca book the Letter of Severus of Minorca on the Conversion of the Jews, which narrates the conversion of the entire Jewish population of the island in the space of one week in February, C.E.

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Epistula Severi tells the story Severus of Minorca book the breakdown of peaceful coexistence of Jews and Christians in the town of Magona, Minorca in February Severus (22), bp.

of Minorca, known by his encyclical letter referred to in the book do Miraculis S. Stephani, composed by order of Evodius of Uzalis (Migne, Patr. Lat. Orosius had deposited some recently discovered relics of St.

Stephen in the church at Magona (Port Mahon), where there were a large number of Jews, one of whom, the rabbi Severus of Minorca book, was defensor :// The book begins with an introductory chapter with the usual components (including a defense of my choice to write Severus of Minorca book book about Jews in the Mediterranean diaspora, rather than just a book about all Jews in late antiquity).

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