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HST 304/JST 304: Jews and Christians in the Middle Ages

HST 304/JST 304: Jews and Christians in the Middle Ages

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Crusades -- First, 1096-1099 -- Sources » Catholic Church -- Relations -- Judaism » Christianity and other religions -- Judaism » Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity » Judaism -- Relations -- Catholic Church » Judaism (Christian theology) » Jewish Question » Antisemitism 

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