A Selective Bibliography of the Medieval Anglo-Jewry, c1070-1290

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Abrahams, B L. The Expulsion of the Jews from England in 1290. London, 1895.
Abulafia, A.S. Christians and Jews in the Twelfth-Century Renaissance, 1995.
Adler, Michael. Jews of Medieval England. London,1939.

B

Beit-Arie, M. The Only Dated Medieval Hebrew Manuscript Written in England (1189 CE). 1985.
Birkett, Helen (ed.). The Jewish Communities of Medieval England: The Collected Essays of R. B. Dobson. York, 2010.
Blair, I., Hillaby, J. et al, ‘Two Medieval Jewish Ritual Baths – Mikva’ot – found at Gresham Street and Milk Street in London’ Trans London & Mddx Archaeol Soc (2002) 127-37.
P.Brand, ‘Edward I and the Judges: the “State Trials” of 1289-93′ in Thirteenth Century England 1, ed P.R.Coss & S.D.Lloyd. 1985.
P.Brand, ‘Jews and the Law in England, 1275-90′ EHR (Nov 2000) 1138-58.
Britnell, R.H. ‘The proliferation of markets in England, 1200-1349′ EcHR 34 (1981) 209-21.

C

Causton, A. Medieval Jewish Documents in Westminster Abbey. 2007.
Cramer, A. ‘The Origins and Functions of the Jewish Exchequer’ Speculum 16 (1941) 226-9.

D

Davis, M. (ed) Shetaroth: Hebrew Deeds of English Jews before 1290. 1888, repr. 1969.
Dobson, R. B. The Jews of Medieval York and the Massacre of March 1190 . York,1974.

F

Finkelstein, L. Jewish Self-Government in the Middle Ages. New York, 1924.

H

Hillaby, J. ‘The Hereford Jewry, 1179-1290′ Trans Woolhope Fld Club 44(iii) (1984) 358-419; 45(i) (1985) 193-270; 46(iii) (1990) 432-87.
Hillaby, J. ‘The Worcester Jewry, 1158-1290: Portrait of a Lost Community’ Trans Worc Archaeol Soc 3S 12 (1990) 73-122.
Hillaby, J. ‘Beth Miqdash Me’at: The Synagogues of Medieval England’ Journal Ecclesiastical Hist 44(ii) (April 1993) 182- 98 .
Hillaby, J, ‘Some Images of the London Jewry’ Trans London & Middlesex Archaeological Society 57 (2008).
Hillaby, J. & Sermon, R., ‘Jacob’s Well, Bristol: Mikveh or Bet Tohorah?’ Trans Bristol & Gloucs Archaeol Soc 122 (2004) 127-52.

J

Jacobs, Joseph. The Jews of Angevin England; Documents and Records, London, 1893
Jones, Sarah Rees and Watson, Sethina (eds.),. Christians and Jews in Angevin England: The York Massacre of 1190, narratives and contexts.  York,2013

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Langmuir, G.A., ‘The Knight’s Tale of Young Hugh of Lincoln’ Speculum 47 (1972) 459-82.
Langmuir, G.A., ‘Thomas of Monmouth: Detector of Ritual Murder’ Speculum 59 (1984) 820-46.
Lilley, J.M. et al. The Jewish Burial Ground at Jewbury. 1994.
Lipman, V D. The Jews of Medieval Norwich. London,1967.
Loewe, R., Stokes, H.P. &  Abrahams, I. (eds). Starrs and Jewish Charters preserved in the British Museum. 3 vols., 1930-2.
Loewe, R. ‘The Mediaeval Christian Hebraists of England’ Hebrew Union College Annual 28 (Cincinnati, 1957) 205-52.
Logan, F.D. ‘Thirteen London Jews and conversion to Christianity: problems of apostasy in the 1280s’ Bulletin Institute Historical Research  45 (1972) 214-29.

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Marmorstein, A., ‘Some hitherto unknown Jewish scholars of Angevin England’ JQR NS,19 (1928) 17-36.
McCulloh, J.M. ‘Jewish Ritual Murder: William of Norwich, Thomas of Monmouth, and the Early Dissemination of the Myth’ Speculum 72 (1997) 698-740.
Meekings, C.A.F. ‘Justices of the Jews 1218-1268: A Provisional List’ BIHR 28 (1955) 173-88.
Mundill, R.R. ‘Lumbard and son: the businesses and debtors of two Jewish moneylenders in late thirteenth century England’ JQR 82 (1991) 137-70.
Mundill, R.R. England’s Jewish Solution: Experiment and Expulsion, 1262-1290.Cambridge, 1998.
Mundill, R.R. The King’s Jews: Money, Massacre and Exodus in Medieval England.2010.

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Parks, J. The Jew in the Medieval Community. 1938.

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Richardson, H.G. The English Jewry Under Angevin Kings. London, 1960.
Rigg, J M. (ed) Select Pleas, Starrs, and Other Records from the Exchequer of the Jews A.D. 1220-1284. Selden Soc 15 (1902).
Rigg, J.M. ‘Jews of England in the thirteenth century’ JQR 15 (1903) 5-22.
Roberts, M. ‘A Northampton Jewish Tombstone c1259-1290′ Medieval Archaeology 36 (1992) 173-8.
Rokéah, Z.E. ‘Drawings of Jewish interest in some thirteenth century English public records’ Scriptorium 26 (1972) 55-62.
Rokéah, Z.E. ‘The Jewish church-robbers and Host desecrators of Norwich (c 1285)’ Revue des etudes juives 141 (1982) 331-62.
Rokéah, Z.E. ‘Crime and Jews in late thirteenth century England: some cases and comments’ Hebrew Union College Annual 141 (1984) 95-157.
Rokéah, Z.E. The Memoranda Rolls 1266-1293. 2001.
Roth, C. ‘The Feast of Purim and the Blood Accusation’ Speculum 8 (1933) 520-6.
Roth, C. ‘Rabbi Berechiah of Nicole (Benedict of Lincoln) Journal Jewish Studies I ii (1948-9) 67-81.
Roth, C. Intellectual Activities of the Medieval English Jewry Brit Ac Suppl Papers 8 (1949).
Roth, C. ‘Portraits and caricatures of medieval English Jews’ The Jewish Monthly 4 (1950) suppl, i-viii. Roth, C. The Jews of Medieval Oxford . Oxford Hist Soc NS 9 (1951).

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Skinner, P. (ed) Jews in Medieval Britain: Historical, Literary and Archaeological Perspectives. 2003.
Stacey, R.C. ‘Royal Taxation and the Social Structure of Medieval Anglo-Jewry: The Tallages of 1239-1242′ Hebrew Union College Annual 56 (1985) 175-269.
Stacey, R.C. ‘Recent work on medieval English Jewish history’ Jewish Hist 2 (1987) 61-72.
Stacey, R.C. ‘1240-60: a watershed in Anglo-Jewish Relations?’ Bulletin Inst Hist Research 61 (1988) 135-50.
Stacey, R.C. ‘Crusades, Crusaders, and the Baronial Gravamina of 1263-1264′ Thirteenth Century England 3, ed P.R.Coss & S.D.Lloyd (1991) 137-50.
Stacey, R.C. ‘The Conversion of Jews to Christianity in Thirteenth-Century England’ Speculum 67 (1992) 263-83.
Stacey, R.C. ‘Thirteenth-century Anglo-Jewry and the problem of Expulsion’ in Expulsion and Resettlement ed. Y.Kaplan & D.Katz. Jerusalem, 1992.
Stacey, R.C. ‘Jewish lending and the medieval English economy’ in A Commercialising Economy: England 1086 to c.1300 eds. R.H.Britnell & B.M.S.Campbell (1995) 78-101.
Stacey, R.C. ‘Parliamentary Negotiation and the Expulsion of the Jews from England’ in Thirteenth Century England6, ed. M.Prestwich et al (1997) 77-101.
Stacey, R.C. ‘Anti-Semitism and the Medieval English State’ in The Medieval State ed. J.M.Maddicott & D.M.Palliser (2000) 163-77.
Stacey, R.C. ‘”Adam of Bristol” and Tales of Ritual Crucifixion in Medieval England’ Thirteenth Century England 11, ed. B.Weiler et al (2007) 1-15.
Stokes, H P. Studies in Anglo-Jewish History. Edinburgh, 1915.

Transactions of Jewish Historical Society of England (TJHSE) and Jewish Historical Studies (JHS)

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Abrahams, B L. ‘The debts and houses of the Jews of Hereford in 1290′ TJHSE 1 (1894) 136-59 Abrahams, B L. ‘Condition of the Jews of England at the time of their Expulsion in 1290′ TJHSE 2 (1896) 76-105
Abrahams, I. ‘The Northampton Donum of 1194′, Misc JHSE 1 (1925) lix-lxxiv
Adler, M. ‘Inventory of the property of the condemned Jews – 1285′ Misc JHSE 2 (1935), 56-71

C

Chew, H.M. ‘A Jewish aid to marry AD 1221′ TJHSE XI (1928) 92-111
Collins, A.J. ‘The Northampton Jewry and its cemetery in the thirteenth century’ TJHSE 15 (1946).

D

Dobson, R.B. ‘The decline and expulsion of the medieval Jews of York’ TJHSE 26 (1979) 34-52
Dobson, R.B. ‘The Jews of Cambridge’ JHS 32 (1990-92) 1-24

H

Hillaby, J. ‘Hamo of Hereford, his family and clients, 1218-53′ JHS 31 (1988-90) 23-82
Hillaby, J. ‘London: the 13th-century Jewry revisited’ JHS 32 (1991-2) 89-158
Hillaby, J. ‘The London Jewry: William I to John’ JHS 33 (1993-4) 1-44;
Hillaby, J. ‘St Harold of Gloucester and the Dissemination of the Ritual-Child-Murder Accusation’, JHS 34 (1996) 69-109;
Hillaby, J. ‘Testimony from the margin: the Gloucester Jewry and its neighbours, c1159-1290′ JHS 37 (2002) 41-112
Honeybourne, Marjorie B. ‘The Pre-Expulsion Cemetery of the Jews in London’ TJHSE 20 (1959-6) 145-59

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Lipman, V.D. ‘The Anatomy of Medieval Anglo-Jewry’ TJHSE 21 (1968) 64-77
Lipman, V.D. ‘Jews and castles in medieval England’ TJHSE 28 (1984) 1-19
Loewe, R. ‘The medieval Christian Hebraists of England – Herbert of Bosham and earlier scholars’ TJHSE 17 (1953) 225-49

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Marmorstein, A., ‘New Material for the Literary History of the English Jews before 1290′ TJHSE 12 (1931) 113-15
Mundill, R.R. ‘The Anglo-Jewry under Edward I: credit agents and their clients’ JHS 31 (1990) 1-21

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Roth, C., ‘Elijah of London: the most illustrious English Jew of the middle ages’, TJHSE 15 (1945) 29-62

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