The Jewish Quarter in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania – isolation or privilege?
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The Jewish Quarter in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania –
isolation or privilege?
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Jurgita Šiaučiūnaitė-Verbickienė | ldkistorija.lt 2017 june 7 d. 16:56

Quarters comprising of several streets that were designed
along religious, ethnic or professional lines were a regular
way of life in European cities during the Middle Ages. Thus
the settling of Jews, who employed the use of a section of
the city that was delegated to them by law did not go
counter to the pattern that had developed for settling in
cities. Orthodox believers, Germans, Jews, butchers, glass
makers and others who established themselves in Great Duchy
of Lithuania (GDL) cities divided up living space in a
similar manner. Thus Jews brought traditions to the GDL that
were typical for them in the quarters they lived, traditions
that coincided with other trends that managed to express
themselves in GDL cities.

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