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The Blackwell Dictionary of Judaica by Dan Cohn-Sherbok

The Blackwell Dictionary of Judaica


The Blackwell Dictionary of Judaica by Dan Cohn-Sherbok

The Blackwell Dictionary of Judaica contains more than 7,000 concise entries and nearly half a million words on every aspect of Jewish history, civilization and religion. It will prove invaluable not only for students and teachers, but also for everyone who is interested in the fascinating richness of the Jewish tradition. In a single volume, the wealth of the Jewish heritage is uncovered in direct and simple words. This is a vital reference work for everyone who wishes to know about the development of Judaism from ancient times to the present day, and it deserves a place in every library and every Jewish home.

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Publication date

29th October 1992


Dan Cohn-Sherbok

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Blackwell Publishers an imprint of John Wiley and Sons Ltd


616 pages


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