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The King’s Jews

New Book recommended by the Oxford Jewish Heritage Committee The King’s Jews: Money, Massacre and Exodus in Medieval England, by Robin R Mundill, publ. by

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Cecil Roth 1899 – 1970

Celia Roth Cecil Roth, the youngest of the four sons of Joseph and Etty Roth, was born in 1899. His father, who had emigrated to

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Some Books for Further Reading

Martin Gilbert Jewish History Atlas Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1969   Jonathan A. Romain The Jews of England The Michael Goulston Education Foundation 1985   Cecil

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Corpus Hebrew Manuscripts

A Mirror Reflecting the Early History of Jews in England By Dr Peter Pormann, published in the Pelican Record Reproduced here by kind permission of

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Peter Pormann Paper

Journal of Jewish Studies, VOL. LV, NO. 1, pp102-117 Spring 2004 Two New Starrs Relating to the History of Merton College, Oxford Peter E.Pormann Merton

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Elisa Narin van Court Paper

“Invisible in Oxford: The ‘Public Face’ of Medieval Jewish History in Modern England” Elisa Narin van Court Colby College   In an essay published in

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