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Dover Publications 2011 Revised ed. Trade paperback Very good The pages of the text are clean, crisp, and unmarked with no bent corners. Cover has some shelf wear. Attractive book with some signs of use. All items guaranteed, and a portion of each sale supports social programs in Los Angeles. Ships from CA.
ISBN10: 048625397X, ISBN13: 9780486253978, [publisher: Dover Publications] Softcover 100% Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed ! The book shows some signs of wear from use but is a good readable copy. Cover in excellent condition. Binding tight. Pages in great shape, no tears. Not contain access codes, cd, DVD. [Tallahassee, FL, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2011]
[publisher: Dover Publications, New York] Softcover First Edition 1987. xxii, 392pp. B&W illustrations. "This fascinating book vividly portrays the wandering Jew as a very real character in the great drama of history. In nineteen engaging narratives, some twelve centuries old, travelling Jewish scholars, merchants, pilgrims, ambassadors, and others are revealed to be men of many moods and missions. In these pages you will meet: Isaac, an interpreter in the service of the Emperor Charlemagne, who in the year 802 escorted an elephant named Abulabaz, a gift to the Emperor from the caliph Harun ar-Rashid, over the Alps to the Emperor's court. Eldad the Danite, who lived on the Gulf of Aden and in the late ninth century was shipwrecked and seized by cannibals, though he lived to tell the tale. Benjamin of Tudela, the great Hebrew satirical poet of the thirteenth century, whose masterpiece, the Tachkemoni, is filled with clever, sometimes bitter jibes at the notables encountered in his many travels. Elijah of Ferrara, who describes fifteenth-century life in Jerusalem and tells of the plague in Egypt and Palestine that carried away his sons and grandson. Rich in human experience and historic detail, their accounts and 14 more revealing narratives offer rare perspectives on the unfolding drama of life in Europe, the Near East, and North Africa in the Middle Ages. This is a volume that will appeal to a broad spectrum of readers, from those interested in travel and ...
ISBN10: 048625397X, ISBN13: 9780486253978, [publisher: Dover Publications] Softcover Book is in NEW condition. Satisfaction Guaranteed! Fast Customer Service!! [Tallahassee, FL, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2011]