Fb2 Turmoil, Trauma, and Triumph: The Fettmilch Uprising in Frankfurt Am Main (1612-1616) According to Megillas Vintz: A Critical Edition of the Yiddish ... Text Including an English Translation (Aris) ePub
by Elhanan Helen
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|Publisher:||Peter Lang Publishing (April 2002)|
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Turmoil, Trauma, and Triumph book.
Turmoil, Trauma, and Triumph book. The literary characteristics of the poem are discussed as well as the Ashkenazic rituals of coping with catastrophe. Since Megillas Vintz was chanted to the tune of Die Schlacht von Pavia in Frankfurt on Purim Vintz, the melodies are reproduced in an Appendix.
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New York : Peter Lang, 2001. Includes bibliographical references (p.
Includes German translation of Megila? ?ints. Personal Name: Fettmilch, Vincent, d. 1616 Poetry. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Personal Name: Ulmer, Rivka.
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Series: Judentum und Umwelt, Realms of Judaism. In 1616 the Jews were readmitted to the city in a formal ceremony during which the leaders of the riots were executed. These historical events were set forth in a poem entitled Megillas Vintz by Elhanan Helen, an eyewitness.
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Turmoil, Trauma, and Triumph: The Fettmilch Uprising in Frankfurt am Main According to Megillas Vintz.
Fettmilch settled in Frankfurt in 1602.
Improved in 24 Hours. Vincenz Fettmilch (died 1616) was a grocer and gingerbread baker who led the Fettmilch uprising of the guilds in 1612-1616 to get rid of foreigners (mainly Jews) in the city, whom they viewed as competition and usurers. Fettmilch settled in Frankfurt in 1602. On August 22, 1614 he led a mob that stormed the Judengasse (Jews' Lane) and plundered the city's 1,380 Jews, forcing them to leave the city until the emperor personally intervened, and on February 28, 1616 Fettmilch and six others were executed in Frankfurt's Rossmarkt (horse market) square.
Faculty Contributions to Books. New York & Frankfurt am Main. Judaism and Society/Judentum und Umwelt. Rivka Ulmer, Bucknell University.