Intimate strangers: a history of Jews and Catholics in the city of Rome

The Jewish community of Rome is the oldest Jewish community in Europe. Fredric Brandfon discusses the unusual relationship between Jews and Catholics as it has developed from the first century CE to the present in the Eternal City.

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