The cemetery and the crypt

Trani’s Jewish sepulchral area was situated outside the city’s wall; it bordered on the way to the Dominical...

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Jews and neophytes in Trani

In the first half of the 11th century Trani was home to a large Jewish community. Various sources lead as to...

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From synagogues to churches

When at the end of 13th century the majority of the Jews converted to Christianity the synagogues in Trani were...

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The ‘sinagoga grande’ (large synagogue)

“… with a high and magnificent cupola and a window open to the light”. Trani’s synagogue is descibed in...

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‘scola nova’ synagogue

The “Scola Nova” was built in the tipycal Romanesque style – the Apulian version, to be precise. It has a...

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Synagogues in Trani

The cities of the Jewish diaspora are often situated close to the city’s boundary walls, in proximity to...

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