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At the time of expulsion from Sicily, the Jewish community in Sicily dated back to early Roman times, and they were relatively untroubled on the island until the ...\r\nHistory of the Jews in Sicily ... The culmination of persecution came with the expulsion of Jews from Sicily. ... Most of Sicily's Jewish population left the island.\r\nMore than 500 years after the expulsion of the Jews from Sicily, Palermo’s small but renascent Jewish community is set to celebrate the opening of its ...\r\nIntermarriage with Christians was not unusual in Sicily. Jewish temples were founded in Sicily's port cities ... The 1492 Jewish expulsion from Spain included the ...\r\nA budding Jewish community is rediscovering its history in Palermo, and working with the local diocese to open a synagogue in the Sicilian capital.\r\nFinding Jewish Roots in Sicily by Luigi ... when Spain ordered the expulsion or conversion of all ... It is presumed that in Sicily most Jewish families were in Y ...\r\nComplete contents the 1906 Jewish Encyclopedia. ... Ferdinand's decree was proclaimed in each town with a blare of trumpets; the Jews were ordered to pay all their ...\r\nOn January 12, 1493, the expulsion of the Jews of Sicily took effect, some six-and-a-half months after it was proclaimed. Although several official efforts ...\r\nThe records of Jewish culture in Sicily ... It is believed that during the Jewish expulsion at the end of the 15th century Jews living in Ortygia buried the Mikveh in ...\r\nAt the time of expulsion from Sicily, the Jewish community in Sicily dated back to early Roman times, and they were relatively untroubled on the island until the ...\r\n