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Kevin Alan Brook

The Jews of Khazaria

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ISBN: 978-1-5381-0343-2
Verlag: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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374 Seiten, 3. Auflage, 2018

Hauptbeschreibung

The Jews of Khazaria explores the history and culture of Khazaria—a large empire in eastern Europe (located in present-day Ukraine and Russia) in the early Middle Ages noted for its adoption of the Jewish religion. The third edition of this modern classic features new and updated material throughout, including new archaeological findings, new genetic evidence, and new information about the migration of the Khazars.The Jews of Khazaria tells the compelling true story of this kingdom past.

Kurztext / Annotation

The Jews of Khazaria is an accessible introduction to Khazaria—a kingdom in the early Middle Ages noted for its adoption of the Jewish religion. The third edition of this modern classic features new and updated material throughout, including new archaeological findings, new genetic (DNA) evidence, and new information about the migration of the Khazars.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

7. Relations between the Khazars and Other Peoples8. The Decline and Fall of the Khazar Empire9. The Diaspora of the Khazars10. Eastern and Central European Jews after the Tenth CenturyAppendix A: Timeline of Khazar HistoryAppendix B: GlossaryAppendix C: Native Khazarian Personal NamesAppendix D: Other Instances of Conversion to Judaism in History

Biografische Anmerkung zu den Verfassern

Kevin Alan Brook is an American historian and genetic genealogy consultant who has researched the Khazars since 1993. He contributed an article about the Khazars to The Encyclopaedia of Judaism, second edition, and wrote an introduction for Rabbi Daniel Korobkin's translation of The Kuzari. He also researches Sephardic Jewish migrations throughout the world and the presence of Jewish ancestry among Latin Americans, Sicilians, and Slavs. His website is Khazaria.com.