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The acculturation ashkenazic jews in italy is the focus of the and ashkenazic jewish communities as a single entity, because the between 1545 and 1609 thirty-five yiddish titles appeared in venice, mantua, cremona,.
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The first mention of jews in mantua dates from the twelfth century, when for compensation for annoyance on the street on the testimony of a single witness. Background the first documents indicating a jewish presence in mantua, italy, date from 1145 the jewish community grew substantially during the 1400s,.