By: Scheindlin, Raymond P.
New York, New York, U. S. A., Smithmark Pub: 1996
Seller ID: 003605
Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket
Among the peoples of the Western world, only the Jewish people existed as a nation before the Roman Empire. Since that time, the Jews have been scattered and dispersed throughout the world, and they have adopted the customs, language, dress, and appearance of the many different nations and cultures that have been their hosts. Despite this, the Jewish people today retain a remarkable sense of nationhood, of shared origin and destiny. Scholarly in scope and depth, lively and accessible in style, and beautifully illustrated in full color, this is a fascinating study of the experiences of the Jews... View More...