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Éfés dammîm. A series of conversations at Jerusalem between a patriarch of the Greek church and a chief rabbi of the Jews, concerning the malicious charge against the Jews of using Christian blood. Translated from the Hebrew as a tribute to the memory of the martyrs at Damascus, by L. Loewe. by  Isaac Baer LEVINSOHN - first - 1841 - from Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (SKU: 10496)

Éfés dammîm. A series of conversations at Jerusalem between a patriarch of the Greek church and a chief rabbi of the Jews, concerning the malicious charge against the Jews of using Christian blood. Translated from the Hebrew as a tribute to the memory of the martyrs at Damascus, by L. Loewe.

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Éfés dammîm. A series of conversations at Jerusalem between a patriarch of the Greek church and a chief rabbi of the Jews, concerning the malicious charge against the Jews of using Christian blood. Translated from the Hebrew as a tribute to the memory of the martyrs at Damascus, by L. Loewe.

by LEVINSOHN, Isaac Baer

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1841 1ed English Efes Dammim Jerusalem Jewish Zaslav Poland Damascus Affair

'Éfés dammîm. A series of conversations at Jerusalem' was written by the famous Jewish scholar Levinsohn. Levinsohn s work was written in response to the blood accusation charge brought against the Jews of Zaslav in Poland charged with killing Christians to use their blood in communion. Levinsohn's purpose was to acquit the Jews before the eyes of Christians, and to save them from the false accusation of using Christian blood for communion. "Efes Dammim" is written dialogically between a patriarch of the Greek Church in Jerusalem, Simias, and the chief rabbi in the Jewish synagogue.

This 1841 first English edition was published just one year after the Damascus Affair.

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LEVINSOHN, Isaac Baer

Éfés dammîm. A series of conversations at Jerusalem between a patriarch of the Greek church and a chief rabbi of the Jews, concerning the malicious charge against the Jews of using Christian blood. Translated from the Hebrew as a tribute to the memory of the martyrs at Damascus, by L. Loewe.

London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans 1841.

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· Collation: Complete with all pages

o [xvi], 208, [16]

· Language: English

· Binding: Cloth; tight and secure

· Size: ~9in X 6in (23cm x 15cm)

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Title
Éfés dammîm. A series of conversations at Jerusalem between a patriarch of the Greek church and a chief rabbi of the Jews, concerning the malicious charge against the Jews of using Christian blood. Translated from the Hebrew as a tribute to the memory of the martyrs at Damascus, by L. Loewe.
Author
LEVINSOHN, Isaac Baer
Format/binding
Cloth; tight and secure
Book condition
Used - Near Fine
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Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans
Place of Publication
London
Date published
1841
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