Jewish bankers and the Holy See : from the thirteenth to the seventeenth century

Léon Poliakov ; translated from the French by Miriam Kochan

The Jewish community in Rome is the oldest in Europe, the only one to have existed continuously for over 2,000 years. This detailed study of the Jewish banking community in Italy is therefore of special value and interest. Poliakov's classic account of the rise and fall of the Jewish bankers is at the same time the story of medieval finance in general, its decline, and the birth of 'modern' finance. The author traces the economic and theological implication of each stage in the ambiguous relationship that developed between the Jewish money trade and the Holy See. He shows that the protection enjoyed by the Jews from the Holy See had not only theological, but also economic roots. The study ends with an account of the introduction of modern, 'capitalist' techniques and of the consequent inevitable decline of the Jewish money trade.

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The Jewish community in Rome is the oldest in Europe, the only one to have existed continuously for over 2,000 years. This detailed study of the Jewish banking community in Italy is therefore of special value and interest. Poliakov's classic account of the rise and fall of the Jewish bankers is at the same time the story of medieval finance in general, its decline, and the birth of 'modern' finance. The author traces the economic and theological implication of each stage in the ambiguous relationship that developed between the Jewish money trade and the Holy See. He shows that the protection enjoyed by the Jews from the Holy See had not only theological, but also economic roots. The study ends with an account of the introduction of modern, 'capitalist' techniques and of the consequent inevitable decline of the Jewish money trade.

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[目次]

  • Preface. Part 1: The Rise of the Jewish Money Trade 1. The Significance and Basis of the Protection Granted to the Jews by the Holy See. 2. The Doctrine of Usury and the Jews. 3. Preliminary Reflections on the Jewish Money Trade in Italy. 4. The Rise of Jewish banking in Italy. 5. The Banchieri and the Holy See. Part 2: The Techniques of the Jewish Money Trade 6. The Banchi. 7. The Banchieri. 8. The Jew in the Italian City. Part 3: The Decline of the Jewish Money Trade 9. Franciscan Propaganda and the First Monti di Pieta: The Expulsions from Naples and the Duchy of Milan. 10. The Jews and the Development of Financial Techniques (Florence). 11. The Jews and the Evolution of Christian Attitudes (Rome). 12. The Strange Case of Venice. 13. The End of the System of Papal Licences. Conclusion. Appendix: The Epistle of Jacob ben Elijah. Notes. Index.

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  • Preface. Part 1: The Rise of the Jewish Money Trade 1. The Significance and Basis of the Protection Granted to the Jews by the Holy See. 2. The Doctrine of Usury and the Jews. 3. Preliminary Reflections on the Jewish Money Trade in Italy. 4. The Rise of Jewish banking in Italy. 5. The Banchieri and the Holy See. Part 2: The Techniques of the Jewish Money Trade 6. The Banchi. 7. The Banchieri. 8. The Jew in the Italian City. Part 3: The Decline of the Jewish Money Trade 9. Franciscan Propaganda and the First Monti di Pieta: The Expulsions from Naples and the Duchy of Milan. 10. The Jews and the Development of Financial Techniques (Florence). 11. The Jews and the Evolution of Christian Attitudes (Rome). 12. The Strange Case of Venice. 13. The End of the System of Papal Licences. Conclusion. Appendix: The Epistle of Jacob ben Elijah. Notes. Index.

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書名 Jewish bankers and the Holy See : from the thirteenth to the seventeenth century
著作者等 Poliakov, Léon
Poliakov Leon
書名別名 Les banquiers juifs et le Saint-Siège du XIIIe au XVIIe siècle
シリーズ名 Routledge library editions
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2012
ページ数 xii, 275 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9780415751803
9780415523271
NCID BB09432661
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言語 英語
原文言語 フランス語
出版国 イギリス
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