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Internet Medieval Sourcebook

Accessions List

Additions in Current YearPaul Halsall, ORB sources editorThe Internet Medieval Sourcebook is now part of 
ORB, the Online Reference Book 
for Medieval Studies.

Recorded here are all primary source texts as they are added to any part of the Sourcebook (Selected Sources, Full Texts, or Saints' Lives). Texts added on the Fordham Server are listed as available 00/00/00; texts on other servers are listed as available via here 00/00/00. Although there are also secondary sources in the Sourcebook, they are not listed here. March 2001 February 2001 October 2000 September 2000 October 1999 September 1999
  • Judah Ha-Levi (ca 1075-1141): The Kuzari, also known as The Book of Argument and Proof in Defense of the Despised Faith (Kitab al Khazari). available 9/10/1999
    The entire first book of the Kuzari, a philosophical treatise written by the Spanish Jewish philosopher and poet, Judah Ha-Levi. It is written in the form of a dialogue, purportedly between the king of the Khazars and the representatives of various belief systems, culminating with a rabbi.
  • A Business Partnership between a Jew and Christian in Barcelona, 1235-1242 CE available 9/10/1999
    Documents on exploitation of royal mills by Jews and Christians in Barcelona.
  • Jews and Christians in Teruel: The Fuero of Teruel, 1176 CE available 9/10/1999
    Excerpts from the Fuero, or urban ordinance.
  • Ordinance of the Jews of the Crown of Aragon, 1354 CE available 9/10/1999
    This ordinance or takkanah was the product of  an increased sense of Jewish vulnerability in the years after the Black Death (1348).
  • Synod of Castilian Jews, 1432 available 9/10/1999
    Ordinances from  assembly of the Jews of the kingdom of Castile at Valladolid in 1432.
January 1999

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The Internet History Sourcebooks Project is located at the History Department of  Fordham University, New York.

The Internet Medieval Sourcebook, and other medieval components of the project, are located at the Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies.

The Internet History Sourcebooks Project [IHSP] is a world wide web project designed to provide easy access to primary sources and other teaching materials in a non-commercial environment.  It was developed and is edited by Paul Halsall with the aid of numerous other contributors.

The IHSP recognizes the contribution of Fordham University, the Fordham University History Department, and the Fordham Center for Medieval Studies in providing web space and server support for the project.

The IHSP is a project independent of Fordham University. Although the IHSP seeks to follow all applicable copyright law, Fordham University is not the institutional owner, and is not liable as the result of any legal action.

 

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