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June 14, 1893 Sir F. Clare-Ford Affront Ottoman Prohibition of Jewish Land Purchases in Palestine
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June 14, 1893 Sir F. Clare-Ford Affront Ottoman Prohibition of Jewish Land Purchases in Palestine

June 14, 1893 Arabs Say No to Jewish Homeland – State of Israel Foreign Office to Sir F. Clare-Ford Affront Ottoman Prohibition of Jewish Land Purchases in Palestine FO 78/4476 – No. 146 Draft                                                           F.O. 14 June 1893 Sir,  Y. Excl’s Despatch No 199 of the 17th ult. enclosed copies of petitions addressed to the […]

1541 Leader of Jerusalem Passes Away
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1541 Leader of Jerusalem Passes Away

Rabbi Levi ben Haviv, the leader of Jerusalem, died. His major scholar, Rabbi Caster, succeed him in leading the Jews in Jerusalem. Shortly after that, Rabbi Shlomoo Shirilio succeeds him until 1558. Source: http://iloveisrael-lior.blogspot.com/2010/09/first-ottoman-period1517-1769.html

March 17, 1913 Lowther to Sir E. Grey Ottoman Opposition to Zionism
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March 17, 1913 Lowther to Sir E. Grey Ottoman Opposition to Zionism

March 17, 1913 Arabs Say No to Jewish Homeland – State of Israel Lowther to Sir E. Grey Ottoman Opposition to Zionism FO 371/1794 – No. 218 (16925)                                                    Pera, March 17, 1913 Sir, After the coup d’etat of January 23, last by which the Committee of Union and Progress (e.g. COUP) seized power, the Zionists […]

1520 Jerusalem
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1520 Jerusalem

Rabbi Yehiel Ashkenazi moves back to Israel from Italy and becomes the leader of the Ashkenazi Jews in Jerusalem. Source: http://iloveisrael-lior.blogspot.com/2010/09/first-ottoman-period1517-1769.html

June 14, 1893 Arabs Say No to Jewish Homeland – State of Israel  Foreign Office to Sir F. Clare-Ford Affront Ottoman Prohibition of Jewish Land Purchases in Palestine
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June 14, 1893 Arabs Say No to Jewish Homeland – State of Israel Foreign Office to Sir F. Clare-Ford Affront Ottoman Prohibition of Jewish Land Purchases in Palestine

FO 78/4476 – No. 146 Draft                                                           F.O. 14 June 1893 Sir,  Y. Excl’s Despatch No 199 of the 17th ult. enclosed copies of petitions addressed to the Consul at Jerusalem by certain British subjects of the Jewish faith, in which they complain of the regulations Prohibiting Jews from buying & selling real Estate in Palestine, […]

Kathleen Ritmeyer and Leen Ritmeyer. “Reconstructing Herod’s Temple Mount in Jerusalem.” Biblical Archaeology Review 15, 6 (1989).
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Kathleen Ritmeyer and Leen Ritmeyer. “Reconstructing Herod’s Temple Mount in Jerusalem.” Biblical Archaeology Review 15, 6 (1989).

Herod the Great—master builder! Despite his crimes and excesses, no one can doubt his prowess as a builder. One of his most imposing achievements was in Jerusalem. To feed his passion for grandeur, to immortalize his name and to attempt to win the loyalty of his sometimes restive Jewish subjects, Herod rebuilt the Temple (1 […]

Ottoman Period, 1517-1918
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Ottoman Period, 1517-1918

Highlights- Rebuilding of the Walls of Jerusalem, 1538-1541 Edict of Toleration, 1782 The Seligman-Hilton Affair, 1877 Augusta Victoria, 1907 Overview Ottoman Jerusalem 1517-1917, Teddy Kollek and Moshe Pearlman, Jerusalem- Sacred City of Mankind, Steimatzky Ltd., Jerusalem, 1991. Artifacts Mohammed Manuscript, 16th century Jews from Worms, 16th century Silver Lion Dollars, 16th-17th century Martin Luther Burns […]

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Ottoman Ceramic Pipes
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Ottoman Ceramic Pipes

A rich selection of ceramic pipes from the Ottoman period. Mazar, Eilat, The Complete Guide to the Temple Mount Excavations, Shoham Academic Research and Publication, Jerusalem, 2002.

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Overview: Ottoman Empire
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Overview: Ottoman Empire

The Ottoman Empire was approaching its apogee at the time of the Expulsion. By the 1560s its territories included most of North Africa and the Middle East, as well as the Balkans and Asia Minor. In the commercial centers of this empire – Istanbul, Salonica, Adrianople, and Izmir – as well as in the holy […]

O Jerusalem, Michael R. Shurkin, BAR 30:03, May-Jun 2004.
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O Jerusalem, Michael R. Shurkin, BAR 30:03, May-Jun 2004.

Jerusalem in Original Photographs 1850–1920 Shimon Gibson (Winona Lake, Indiana- Eisenbrauns, 2003) 204 pp., $44.50 This attractive new volume joins dozens of late-19th and early-20th century photographs of Jerusalem with a commentary drawn from contemporary travelogues and letters, many of them cited at length. The effect is to convey in considerable detail the sights and […]

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