The Exiled and the Redeemed

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface to the First English Edition xi
  • Preface to the Second English Edition xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Book One - Ancient Communities In Moslem Countries 13
  • I - Yemen 15
  • II - North Africa 23
  • III - They That Were Lost in the Land Of Assyria 30
  • IV - The Mountain Jews of Caucasia 39
  • V- The Jews of Georgia 48
  • VI - The Jews of Bukhara 54
  • VII - The Krimchaks -- Grandeur and Decline 83
  • VIII - The Crypto-Jews in Persia 93
  • Book Two - Jewish Sectaries 101
  • I- Samaritans 103
  • II - The Sabbateans of Salonica 110
  • III - Karaites 129
  • Book Three - Jewish Traditions Among Moslem Tribes 139
  • I - The Jews of Khaibar 141
  • II - Jewish Tribes in the Arabian Desert 166
  • III - Last of the Tribe 173
  • IV - Afghan Tribes and the Traditions Of Their Origin 176
  • V - Gilead in the Persian Diaspora 192
  • VI - Benjamites 197
  • VII - Khwarezm and the Khazars 205
  • Book Four - Oriental Travel Journals 215
  • I - Leaves from a Persian Diary 217
  • II - Four Days with Yemenite Immigrants 231
  • III - Aden Diary 236
  • Book Five - Jewish Sovereign States In the Diaspora 239
  • II - Egypt and Mesopotamia 245
  • III - Himyar and Ethiopia 251
  • IV - Khazaria 256
  • V - Surinam 258
  • Notes 261
  • Index 271
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