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Lucia Carballo rated it it was amazing Oct 30, Excellent resource for the history of Jews ed Italy and the Mediterranean. Lending at interest was too dirty a business for Christians, but too essential a business, to both the State and to the poor, to do without.

Storia del ghetto di Venezia by Riccardo Calimani

In other words the Venice Inquisition seems to have had a venedia different view of the events of than did the Spanish Inquisition. This book goes into much more detail and politics than I want to get into but it is not bad if you are into history.

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El mercader de Venecia

I got this book from net galley. Niki Costantini rated it it was amazing Mar 22, Lou Martini added it Mar 02, Orie Niedzviecki rated it liked it Dec 29, He goes on to show that this change in wh This is a history lesson or story about Venice Italy, and the treatment of the Jews that lived in there and around their town.

Not an easy book to read, but it is thorough and written by a Venetian Jew with an open and a sad heart Edoardo rated it liked it Oct 21, It would not be until though that Venice would vote and make the Jews of Vence full citizens with full rights, to go to schools, the same hospitals, universities and run for office.


Be the first to ask a question about El mercader de Venecia. Trivia About Storia del ghetto LPenting rated it liked it Dec 04, Amanda Berlanga kiriakidis rated it really liked it Jan 31, Jewish banking primarily pawnshops, but also large taxes and loans paid to the Venetian merxader provided the justification for allowing the Jews to exist in the ghetto, and frequently the pretext for exiling them, or threatening them with exile.

But their children could not go to the same schools or use other services doctors etc. Open Preview See a Problem? Gio rated it climani liked it Aug 17, You can visit this foreign land and travel up and down the alleys of time in The Ghetto of Venice. Acgw11 added it Feb 24, I also learned about the effect of Napoleon’s armies on the free Venetian state, the revolution in Venice, the coming of Austrian rule, and other mercafer century history that I had been completely unaware of.

I will end this from a quote by St. Kayla Ross marked it as to-read Dec 26, Raul Omar rated it did not like it Dec 31, Mel added it Feb 07, Calimani’s recreation of Venice is replete with details, some boring and technical and some alive and fascinating.

Storia del ghetto di Venezia

John Dumas added it Feb 08, Italy had to now treat its Jewish citizens better or they would mercacer their money and move east to Turkey where they could own land and have no religious or professional restrictions. Refresh and try again.


Published October by Mondadori first published Judith Judith rated it liked it Jun 22, Thanks for telling us about the problem. The story of the Jews of Venice begins aroundand continues until this day, although the last remnants of the ghetto as a place of Jewish residence were vaporized by the Nazis in Sam rated it did not like it Jul 02, Cristy Vizcaino rated it liked it Apr 23, Janice Dawn Rhodd rated it it was amazing Jan 03, Daenerys marked it as to-read Aug 29, Now you fast forward to today and there are over Jews still living in Venice looking now at their past they found a wall that once separated the city from there settlement or what would have been there settlement.

At death’s door she sent for me and embraced and kissed me, saying she knew that at any other time such behavior would be unseemly. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Sebastian Magnowski rated it really liked it Oct 01, falimani Jun 16, Astrid Virili rated it liked it Shelves: The Battle of Lepanto and the how life changed for the Jews afterwards is addressed.

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