1 edition of Judíos de Tetuán found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-262).
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|Pagination||xvi, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
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Es un cambio de vida, de lengua, de clima. Maisonneuve et Larose, Paris, 1984. esos son los verdaderos marroquies y los musulmanes del maroc lo sabemos. They had a special language, a mixture of Hebrew and old Spanish called Judeo-Spanish.
LA CASA ESTABA A Judíos de Tetuán DERECHA DE LA SINAGOGA Y ENFRENTE DE LA CASA ESTABA UNA TIENDA LLAMADA FUENQUINO. In 1807, the Sultan of Morocco, Mulay Sliman, decided to build a new Great Mosque in the center of the city near the Juderia. Un CRISTIANO CATOLICO nacido en Tetuan en 1952,y Hermano de los judios.
En un tiempo sin libertad. Conoci Argel y solo quedaba la casa de correos como una cosa bonita. His daughter Amalia got married to the Zenati family who came to Israel in about 1850 from Rabat. A few months later, the Spanish consul wrote a letter to the Spanish Foreign Office Ministry dated July 17, 1861, saying that the population judíos de Tetuán Tetuan was 11,000 inhabitants, including 5,000—6,000 Jews, a few more than 1,000 Muslims, the rest presumably Christian Spanish, with a few Italians and French.
Several directories and tourist guides from the beginning of the 20th century list the various business houses of Tetuan along with their owners. CONOCE USTED ESTA CASA,NO SE SI LA CASA ESTABA PEGADA A LA SINAGOGA O EN EN PERPENDICULAR A ELLA.
Angel Pulido, Prado, Bentolila, Isaac Bengualid and Sultana Cohen Streets. The full list of the pupils is published in this article. According to various sources, the Jews of Tetuan numbered 4,000 to 6,000 until the end of the 19th century, representing one-fourth to one-fifth of the entire population of the city. Daba gusto pasearse por esa calle animada e iluminada.
This census is mentioned in at least three sources. Ellos en la parte principal de la sinagoga y ellas en una sala con varios bancos y separada de la de los hombres por una cortina, en la parte trasera.
A few months later, the Spanish consul wrote a letter to the Spanish Foreign Office Ministry dated July 17, 1861, saying that the population of Tetuan was 11,000 inhabitants, including 5,000—6,000 Jews, a few more than 1,000 Muslims, the rest presumably Christian Spanish, with a few Italians and French.