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Beck, M. Manoussacas,andA. Pertusi(Florence, 1977), 163-216 (reprintin idem, Recherchessur la Miditerrange orientale du XIIe au XVesidcle [London, 1979], ch. 8); BenjaminRavid,"Jewsin International Trade:The Emergenceof the Levantinesand Ponentines,"in TheJews of Early Modern Venice,ed. RobertC. Davis and BenjaminRavid (Baltimore:Johns Hopkins,2001), 73-96. 8 While the city of Venicedid not issue a charterlegalizing the residencyof Jews until 1513,9and only in 1541 grantedJewish merchants(who were Ottomansubjects)the rightto reside in the citta lagunare,10the Jewish communitiesof Cretehad roots going back to Byzantinetimes.

See David Jacoby,"Lesjuifs Venise du XIVe au milieu du XVIesi~cle," in Venezia,centro di mediazionetra Orientee Occidente (secoli XV-XVI):Aspetti e problemi, vol. 1, ed. G. Beck, M. Manoussacas,andA. Pertusi(Florence, 1977), 163-216 (reprintin idem, Recherchessur la Miditerrange orientale du XIIe au XVesidcle [London, 1979], ch. 8); BenjaminRavid,"Jewsin International Trade:The Emergenceof the Levantinesand Ponentines,"in TheJews of Early Modern Venice,ed. RobertC. Davis and BenjaminRavid (Baltimore:Johns Hopkins,2001), 73-96.

Novella 1, 7-9; for more details, see Jacobs,Islamische Geschichte,79-80. 24. Capsali complains that "almostall of our contemporariesare inclined towardsnon-Jewish wisdom (hokhmatnokhriyot),"(see SEZ,chap. 138, 1:376) therebyalludingto the rabbinicadvice not to teach ones son "Greekwisdom"(hokhmahyevanit, B. Sota, 49a). 25. For the life and work of Elijah Delmedigo, see David Geffen, "Insightsinto the Life and Thoughtof ElijahMedigo Based on His PublishedandUnpublishedWorks,"ProceedingsoftheAmerican AcademyofJewish Research41-42 (1974-74): 70-86; KalmanP.

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