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Wolariski, ZwiCzki, p. 248. In Cracow, Achler had frequent dealings with Lewek Markowicz. APMK,Acta Palatinalia ludaica, Varia 10, pp. 2627-31, 2707-8. (CAHJP, HM 6730). See also Balaban, Historja, 1: 278. 30. APMK,Acta Palatinalia ludaica, Varia 11, pp. 36-37, 47-48. And see also the notices of the activities of Jews from Cracow in Frankfurt during the latter half of the sixteenth century. Here again they seem to have had frequent dealings with non-Jewish merchants. Franz Lerner, "Die Reichsstadt Frankfurt und ihre Messen im Verh'iltnis zu Ost- und Sudosteuropa im Zeitraum von 1480 bis 1630," Der Aussenhandel Ostmitteleuropas1450-1650, ed.

138. Compare the remarks of Jacob Goldberg, "Poles and Jews in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Rejection or Acceptance," p. 251. 15. Steuart, Papers, pp. 17, 28-29. AN ADVANTAGE TO PECULIARITY 27 The attacks, riots and tumults directed against both Protestants and Jews in Cracow, Lublin and elsewhere were numerous and frequent. '7 This means, presumably, that the religious difference was decisive in determining the Jews' legal status. It is certainly true that religion outweighed ethnic or national factors in the common mind of the period, but even if Jews and Muslims were linked more often than Jews and Protestants, Greeks or Armenians, the issue is not of critical importance here.

5 above for a listing of Heinemann's main publications dealing with the nature of the early rabbinic homily. 43. Heinemann, "'Omanut," p. 809, n. 1. There are those, however, who differ with Heinemann's view of the rabbinic homily, chief among them being Abraham Goldberg. Goldberg feels that the derashot do not show a great measure of editing, and that if at times there is a degree of uniformity, it is due only to the chance repetition of certain themes. 20 NORMAN J. COHEN the editors of these pieces selected material from traditions already shaped into units and they, in turn, welded these units into derashot.

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