44.200.194.255 Jewish tourism in Sicily | The Jewish history of Marsala
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Marsala

Jewish Marsala

JEWS MERCHANTS IN SALTPETRE, SILK, TEXTILES AND CHEESES

A Jewish group settled in this port as early as the Roman Imperial age. Their main occupation was manufacturing saltpetre, which they sold to the government in large amounts; this business was later taken over by Christians. Other businesses were processing and trading in silk, textiles and cheeses.

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uno A Jewish group settled in this port as early as the Roman Imperial age. Their main occupation was manufacturing saltpetre, which they sold to the government in large amounts; this business was later taken over by Christians. Other businesses were processing and trading in silk, textiles and cheeses.

due A Jewish group settled in this port as early as the Roman Imperial age. Their main occupation was manufacturing saltpetre, which they sold to the government in large amounts; this business was later taken over by Christians. Other businesses were processing and trading in silk, textiles and cheeses.

Jewish Marsala

tre A Jewish group settled in this port as early as the Roman Imperial age. Their main occupation was manufacturing saltpetre, which they sold to the government in large amounts; this business was later taken over by Christians. Other businesses were processing and trading in silk, textiles and cheeses.