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RobertC. Davis and BenjaminRavid (Baltimore:Johns Hopkins,2001), 73-96. 8 While the city of Venicedid not issue a charterlegalizing the residencyof Jews until 1513,9and only in 1541 grantedJewish merchants(who were Ottomansubjects)the rightto reside in the citta lagunare,10the Jewish communitiesof Cretehad roots going back to Byzantinetimes. Moreover,they activelyparticipatedin the regionaltradethatwas not consideredthe exclusive domainof Venetiancitizens. 11 Although Capsali'sinterestin Ottomanaffairs was certainlya result of his living in one of the majorport cities throughwhich flowed much of the Levant trade,the multiculturalatmosphereof a commercialhub does not fully explainwhy he wrote Seder 'EliyahuZuta.
I am indebtedhere to the insightfulthoughtof S. " 32 Exposed to All the Currents of the Mediterranean: A Sixteenth-Century Venetian Rabbi on Muslim History Author(s): Martin Jacobs Source: AJS Review, Vol. 29, No. , 2005), pp. org/stable/4131808 . Accessed: 21/07/2011 02:14 Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of JSTOR's Terms and Conditions of Use, available at . jsp. JSTOR's Terms and Conditions of Use provides, in part, that unless you have obtained prior permission, you may not download an entire issue of a journal or multiple copies of articles, and you may use content in the JSTOR archive only for your personal, non-commercial use.
33 In order,therefore,to acknowledgeboth the compositionaland disjunctiveaspects of rabbiniccompilations,Jaffeeproposesadoptingthe model of the "anthology":34 Thecompilations arecollectionsof materials-ourpreviouslymentionedinunitsor Schaefer'smicroforms-knownwidelyfromantecedent termediate historiesof tradition. "35 The advantageof this model is the flexibility it provides to account for both the compositionaland ad hoc characteristicsdisplayedin various degrees by all rabbinic textual compilations.
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