The Jews of Arab Lands: A History and Source Book

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LlST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
following p. 90
1. "Old Jewish Castle" of Marhab in Khaybar
2. A Geniza letter written by a fugitive from the poll tax collector in eleventh-century Egypt
3. The traditional "House of Maimonides" in Fez
4. The remains of the Nahmanides Synagogue in Jerusalem, confiscated from the Jews in 1598
5. Turkish shadow puppet of a Jewish peddler
6. Doña Gracia Nasi, patroness of Ottoman Jewry, from a portrait medal by Pastorino de Pastorini, 1553
7. The mystical prayer book known as Siddīr ha-Arī. Moroccan ms. dated 1790
8. Carpet page from the Second Leningrad Bible
9. Carpet page from ṣerōt Hayyīm (Treasures of Life) by R. Isaac Luria, ha-Arī. Moroccan ms. dated 1760
10. Street in the Mellāh of Fez
11. Entrance to the Mellāh of Sefrou ( Morocco), once the most crowded Jewish quarter in Morocco, now totally devoid of Jews
12. A typical side street in the Gā al-Yahūdc (Jewish Quarter) of San c a, Yemen
13. Inside a synagogue in San c a (early twentieth century)
14. The Ben Gualid (Walīd) Synagogue in Tetouan, Morocco
15. Entrance to the Mellāḥ of Tetouan (founded in 1807)
16. An Algerian Jew depicted in a late eighteenth-century etching
following p. 316
17. Jazzār Pasha passes judgment on a criminal while his Jewish adviser,

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