The Jews of Khazaria
Rowman & Littlefield, 9.02.2018 г. - 374 страници
The Jews of Khazaria explores the history and culture of Khazaria—a large empire in eastern Europe (located in present-day Ukraine and Russia) in the early Middle Ages noted for its adoption of the Jewish religion. The third edition of this modern classic features new and updated material throughout, including new archaeological findings, new genetic evidence, and new information about the migration of the Khazars./span
The Jews of Khazaria tells the compelling true story of this kingdom past.
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9 The Diaspora of the Khazars
10 Eastern and Central European Jews after the Tenth Century
10th Centuries 9th and 10th According Alans András Róna-Tas Arab Archivum Eurasiae Medii Ashkenazic Jews Ashkenazim Atil Balanjar Beider Byzantine Empire Caliph Caucasus chapter Cherson Christian Chronicle circa Constantin Zuckerman Constantine Conversion to Judaism converted to Judaism Crimea Crimean Karaites Derbent descendants Dunlop early East Slavic eastern Europe emperor Eurasiae Medii Aevi European fortress Genetic German Golden haplogroup Hasdai History Hungarian Hungary Islam Jewish Jewish communities Jewish Khazars Kabars Khazar Empire Khazar kagan Khazar king Khazar Studies Khazaria Khazarian Hebrew Documents Kiev Kievan Letter Kievan Rus King Joseph Krymchaks land language Lithuanian lived Magyars medieval Middle Minorsky Muslim ninth Noonan Oghuz Omeljan Pritsak Pechenegs Pereswetoff-Morath Persian Peter Pletnyova Poland Rabbi Radhanite Red Jews region reigned River Russia Saltovo Samandar Samkarsh Sarkel Schechter Letter scholars Shapira tenth century trading trans tribes Turkic Turks University Press Vladimir wrote Y-DNA Yiddish Yitzhak Zhivkov Zuckerman