- Expulsion, 1492
- Spain--History--Expulsion of the Jews, 1492
- Gerush Sefarad, Spain, 1492
- Expulsion of the Jews, Spain, 1492
- Gerush ha-Yehudim mi-Sefarad, Spain, 1492
- found: Work cat.: 95826433: Beinhart, H. Gerush Sefarad, c1994: added t.p. (The Expulsion of the Jews from Spain) map on lining paper (Gerush ha-Yehudim mi-Sefarad)
- found: Encyc. Judaica: vol. 28, col. 240, etc. (On March 31, 1492 edict of expulsion of the Jews from Spain was signed in Granada; Jews willing to accept Christianity were allowed to stay)
- found: Britannica, 1992: vol. 28, p. 38 (in 1492 the first Inquisitor General, Thomas de Torquemada, himself from a Converso family, persuaded the Catholic kings to expell all Jews who refused to be baptized; Queen Isabella and most of her contemporaries looked at the expulsion of about 170,000 of her subjects as a pious duty)
- found: Jewish history sourcebook, WWW site, July 25, 2000 (Jews expelled from Spain by Ferdinand and Isabella in Spring, 1492)
- 2000-08-03: new
- 2010-07-27: revised
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