Introduction to Jews in the Early Modern Period

Jews in the Early Modern Period

Jews in the Early Modern Period

Early Modern Period Edited by Prof. Magda Teter and Prof. Miriam Bodian Images provided by The Jewish Theological Seminary   Introduction to Jews in the Early Modern Period Jewish Population-Overview Cultural Trends Economy

Overview: Introduction to Jews in the Early Modern Period
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Overview: Introduction to Jews in the Early Modern Period

The early modern period (approximately 1450s-1750s) was a period of both transformation and continuity, characterized by the religious upheavals wrought by the Reformation, the invention and spread of printing, the growing power of the centralized state, new ideologies and economic structures, and rapid population growth. A convergence of many factors brought about the extension of […]