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Jewish Diversity in Medieval Jewish Babylonia: Beyond Rabbanites and Karaites

Hosted By: Orange County Community Scholar Program (CSP)

In this session, discover the plurality of Jewish groups that lived in Babylonia during the 8th to 10th centuries. Meet important personalities such as Anan Ben David, Mīshawayh al-ʿUkbarī, Saadya Gaon and Jacob al-Qirqisani. With indpendent scholar Eliyahu Freeman, get to the heart of the main issues that concerned Medieval Jews and led to heated disagreement and conflict between them.

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