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The Jewish Encyclopedia, which recently became part of the public domain, contains over 15, fully indexed articles and illustrations. This online version. (sources: meteolille.info) be migrated to Index: Jewish Encyclopedia Volume meteolille.info, Index:Jewish Encyclopedia. Title, Jewish Encyclopedia, Volume I. Editor, Isidore Singer. Year, Publisher, Funk & Wagnalls Company. Location, New York and.

Available as: Scholar PDF. Created by Reform Rabbis and Jewish Scholars, many of whom escaped from Nazi Germany, the Encyclopedia exhibits a unique sensitivity to all forms of anti-Semitic agitation and malice and makes every effort to find allies among others, especially Christians, to forge a shield for Jewish people in the face of the coming catastrophe. To do it, the Encyclopedia creators worked feverishly to bring the reading public the most trustworthy and authoritative information requesting contributions from many Christian scholars in Europe and the United States. Because many of its articles were published in , the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia continues to be one of the most engaging sources of reportage on the changing status of the world Jewry immediately preceding and during the first stages of the Holocaust. The Encyclopedia's sensitive and highly instructive analysis and reporting of all major events throughout the amazing history of Jewish civilization continue making it one of the largest and most interesting -- if often not fully appreciated -- educational Jewish resources anywhere.

Private Prayers B. Public Services 1. The Basic Prayers 2. The Principal Services of the Day arranged in the order of their origin 3. The Daily Service 4. Special Features of the Sabbath and sometimes Festival Service 5.

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Special Features of the Festival Services 6. Special Features for Services on Other Occasions 8. Ethical Ideals 2. The Emotions 3. Relations to Others 4. Duties to the Community 5. Ethical Issues in Life 6. Rabbinical Seminaries 2. The Jewish Community in Bible Times 2. The Jewish Community in the Talmudic Period 3. The Jewish Community in the Middle Ages 4. The Jewish Community in Modern Times 5. Community Government 6.

Functionaries, Religious and Communal 4: Community Records 8. Community Titles 9. Community Characters a. Of International Scope b. In Argentine c.

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In Austria d. In England e. In Germany f. In Roumania g. In the United States: General h. By Country of Origin i. Fraternal Orders j. General Legal Principles and Enactments 2. Offenses Against Persons 3. Offenses Against Property 4.

Domestic and Sexual Relations 5. Inheritance Law 6. Business Law 7. Property Law 8. Real Estate Law 9. Legal Documents Law of Representation The Religions of Canaan 2. Religions of the Ancient World 3. Christianity 3: Islam 5: Christian Literature New Testament 8: Christian Leaders Paul 8: Christian Sects 4. Christian Doctrines 5. Christian Rites and Institutions 6. Anti-Semitic Racial Theories 2. Anti-Semitic Canards and Their Refutation 3.

Attempts to Convert the Jews by Force 4. Attacks on Jewish Literature 5. Economic and Social Measures Against the Jews 6. Outbreaks of Violence 7. Incidents in which Anti-Semitism was an Important Factor 8. Notorious Anti-Semites in chronological order 9. The Folklore of the Bible 2. Attempts to Ascertain the Future 3.

MAGIC 7: Fabulous Animals 6. Producers 1. On the Stage English German 2. Actors 1. Reviews ". I especially value it for the best "authoritative and popular" articles, written by eminent scholars, about American Jewry up to the s. In spite of the eminence of some of the scholars included in the list of editors on the title page, the editorial work leaves much to be desired and errors of judgment as well as errors of fact still abound in many of the contributions.

Some of the illustrations are of questionable taste or propriety. We find again pictures printed upside down vol. IV, p. However, the large number of illustrations, scattered throughout the volumes, many of which are printed here for the first time, fully compensates for the imperfections found here and there. History and biography are given a most prominent position, and properly so.

In the realm of biography, the editors were probably often confronted with many problems as to the inclusion or omission of certain personalities. They were rather generous in giving data about as many persons of importance as possible since such topics are in greater demand than many others.

Carelessness in some data and inadequate proofreading are noticeable in several places, but in general these articles are illuminating and of general interest.

Books on "References" Category. The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia 10 vols. Front Matter. Title Page. Copyright Page. Table Of Contents. The Traditional Beginnings. The Land of Canaan. Cult Objects and Institutions. Political History. Religious Institutions and Movements. Important Leaders. Foreign Rulers. New Institutions and Movements. Other Jewish Settlements. Jewish Leaders. Other Countries of Jewish Settlement. The Struggle for Independence.

The Hasmonean Dynasty. Rulers or Generals of Other Countries. Other Countries near Judea. New Movements. Rulers of Palestine. Roman Leaders and Emperors. Other Countries. The Mishnaic-Talmudic Period 70 to Roman Emperors. Countries Other than Palestine. New Movements and Institutions. The Babylonian Center to Countries of Jewish Settlement. The Arabic Period to Rise of Islam. Lands Conquered by the Arabs or at War with Them. New Movements in Judaism.

The Golden Age in Spain to Notable Jews. The Era of Persecutions and Expulsions to Attacks and Mass Expulsions. Specific Forms of Persecution. New Unfavorable Position of the Jews. The Polish Center to Rise and Decline of the Polish Center. The New American Settlements. Institutions and New Movements. The Revolt Against Tradition on. Emancipation to Historical Events. Zionism to Notable Leaders.

The American and Palestinian Centers on. Chief Developments. New England States. Middle Atlantic States. Southeastern States. Middle West States. Southwestern States. Western States. Far Western States. Southeastern England. Southwestern England. Northern England. SPAIN 9: Northeastern Spain.

Central Spain. Southern Spain. Provinces West of the Rhine. The Rhineland. Northern Germany. Central Germany. Eastern Germany. ITALY 5: Northern Italy. Central Italy. Southern Italy. Western Poland. Central Poland. Eastern Poland. Bohemia 2: Moravia 7: Ruthenia 9: Upper Austria. Lower Austria. Burgenland 2: Western Hungary. The Banat under Yugoslavia from to Central Hungary.

Cities under Czechoslovakian rule from to Eastern Hungary. Transylvania and Banat formerly part of Hungary. Bucovina 2: White Russia Ukraine Bessarabia 2: Great Russia.

Crimea 3: Caucasus 3: LIBYA 7: EGYPT 4: KENYA 6: SYRIA PETRA 8: IRAQ 5: INDIA 5: BURMA 2: CHINA 3: JAPAN 6: Ancient Jewish Historians. Medieval Historians. Modern Historians. Jewish Literature Classified by Language. Jewish Literature Classified by Categories. General Types of Literary Activity. Individual Features in Jewish Literature. Special Topics in Jewish Literature. BIBLE 2: Pentateuch 8: Prophets see 8: Hagiographa 5: Genesis 4: Exodus, Book of 4: Leviticus 7: Numbers 8: Nehemiah 8: Hexateuch 5: Bible Translations 2: Bible Reading 2: Hebraisms 5: Bible in Art 2: Bible in Drama 2: Bible in Literature 2: Bible in Music 2: Talmud Tractates, Minor The Chain of Tradition.

First Generation. Third Generation. Fourth Generation. Fifth Generation. Sixth Generation. Uncertain Period. First Palestinian Generation. Second Palestinian Generation. Second Babylonian Generation. Third Palestinian Generation. Third Babylonian Generation. Fourth Palestinian Generation.

Fourth Babylonian Generation. Fifth Palestinian Generation. Fifth Babylonian Generation. Sixth Babylonian Generation. The Halachic Midrash Compilations. The Haggadic Midrash Compilations. Other Midrash Compilations toBiblical Books. General Midrash Compilations. BOOKS 2: Primitive Forms of Religion.

The Achievement of Monotheism. Modern Speculations on Religion. The Struggle with Idolatry. Cult Objects. Modes of Learning the Will of God. Consecrated Persons. Mode of Worship. Sacred Days. Special Ideas. Dogmas 3: Creed 3: Articles of Faith. Ethical and Social Ideals. Personal Standards of Religious Conduct. The Nature of God. God and the World. The Nature of Man. God and Man. God and Israel. Sin and Atonement. The Fate of the Soul. The Fate of the World. The Life Span.

Birth and Infancy. Adult Life. Death and Burial. Mourning and Respect for the Dead. The Religious Year. The Year as a Whole. Holidays 5: Holidays, Second Day of 5: Pilgrimage Festivals 8: Processions 8: Minor Festive Occasions. Private Prayers. Public Services. The Basic Prayers. The Principal Services of the Day arranged in the order of their origin. The Daily Service. Special Features of the Sabbath and sometimes Festival Service.

Special Features of the Festival Services. Special Features for Services on Other Occasions. Biblical Characters Especially Mentioned in the Liturgy. Literature, Devotional 7: Ethical Ideals. The Emotions. Relations to Others. Duties to the Community.

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Ethical Issues in Life. Ethical Literature. SECTS 9: Leviticus 7: Numbers 8: Nehemiah 8: Hexateuch 5: Bible Translations 2: Bible Reading 2: Hebraisms 5: Bible in Art 2: Bible in Drama 2: Bible in Literature 2: Bible in Music 2: Zeraim Moed 7: Nashim 8: Nezikin 8: Kodashim 6: Toharoth Talmud Tractates, Minor The Chain of Tradition.

Tannaim First Generation. Third Generation. Fourth Generation. Fifth Generation. Sixth Generation. Uncertain Period. First Palestinian Generation. Second Palestinian Generation. Second Babylonian Generation. Third Palestinian Generation. Third Babylonian Generation.

Fourth Palestinian Generation. Fourth Babylonian Generation. Fifth Palestinian Generation. Fifth Babylonian Generation. Sixth Babylonian Generation. Saboraim 9: The Halachic Midrash Compilations. The Haggadic Midrash Compilations. Midrash Rabbah 7: Other Midrash Compilations toBiblical Books. General Midrash Compilations. BOOKS 2: Primitive Forms of Religion. The Achievement of Monotheism. Modern Speculations on Religion. The Struggle with Idolatry.

Cult Objects. Modes of Learning the Will of God. Consecrated Persons. Mode of Worship. Sacred Days. Special Ideas.

Dogmas 3: Creed 3: Articles of Faith. Ethical and Social Ideals. Personal Standards of Religious Conduct. The Nature of God. God and the World. The Nature of Man. God and Man. God and Israel. Revelation 9: Sin and Atonement. The Fate of the Soul. The Fate of the World.

The Life Span. Birth and Infancy. Adult Life. Death and Burial. Mourning and Respect for the Dead. The Religious Year. The Year as a Whole. Sabbath 9: Holidays 5: Holidays, Second Day of 5: Pilgrimage Festivals 8: Processions 8: Passover 8: Shabuoth 9: Rosh Hashanah 9: Yom Kippur Sukkoth Shemini Atzereth 9: Hanukah 5: Purim 9: Minor Festive Occasions.

Fasting and Fast Days 4: Private Prayers. Public Services. The Basic Prayers. The Principal Services of the Day arranged in the order of their origin.

The Daily Service. Special Features of the Sabbath and sometimes Festival Service. Special Features of the Festival Services. Special Features for Services on Other Occasions. Biblical Characters Especially Mentioned in the Liturgy. Literature, Devotional 7: Ethical Ideals.

The Emotions.

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Relations to Others. Duties to the Community. Ethical Issues in Life.

Ethical Literature. SECTS 9: Samaritans 9: Sadducees 9: Pharisees 8: Essenes 4: Zealots Karaites 6: Hasidism 5: Reform Movement 9: Musar Movement 8: Dietary Laws 3: Kashruth 6: Slaughtering, Ritual 9: Purity, Ritual 9: Hygiene of the Jews 5: Social Hygiene of the Jews 9: STUDY Rabbinical Seminaries. The Jewish Community in Bible Times.

The Jewish Community in the Talmudic Period. The Jewish Community in the Middle Ages. The Jewish Community in Modern Times. Community Government. Functionaries, Religious and Communal 4: Community Records. Community Titles. Community Characters.

Of International Scope. In Argentine.

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In Austria. In England. In Germany.

In Roumania. In the United States: By Country of Origin.

The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia (10 vols. plus Reading Guide & Index)

Fraternal Orders. Agricultural Associations. Source and Development. TORAH Precepts, The 8: Individual Laws and Legal Principles. General Legal Principles and Enactments. Offenses Against Persons. Offenses Against Property. Domestic and Sexual Relations. Inheritance Law. Business Law. Property Law. Real Estate Law. Legal Documents. Law of Representation. Religious Law. Court Procedure. The Religions of Canaan. Religions of the Ancient World. Christianity 3: Islam 5: Modern Religious Movements.

Christian Literature. New Testament 8: Gospels 5: Revelation, Book of 9: Christian Leaders. Paul 8: Church Fathers 3: Christian Sects. Christian Doctrines. Christian Rites and Institutions. Relations Between Christians and Jews.

Greek Writers on Jews 5: Roman Writers on Jews 9: Christian Writers on Jews 3: Literature on and by Jews 7: Anti-Semitic Racial Theories. Anti-Semitic Canards and Their Refutation.

Attempts to Convert the Jews by Force.

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