Association for Jewish studies 1998- 23(2) by Nelson, M

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Towardthemiddleof thenineteenth families century, Aleppinecommercial to send or sons to them in began employees represent Europe, therebysaving the cost of payingcommercial housesin Europeto serveas theiragents. Suchdevelopments madeit pointlessforforeigners to maintain commercial in Aleppo,andthisenabledthe localJewsto further establishments expand 8. Onthe influenceof the Francos,theirconsularstatus,andtheirbusinessactivities,see A. Lutzky,"The'Francos'in Aleppoandthe Effectof the Capitulationon Its JewishInhabitants" [Hebrew],Zion 6 (1941): 46-79; Y Harel,"TheStatusand Imageof the PicciottoFamilyin the Eyes of the FrenchColonyin Aleppo"[Hebrew],Michael14 (1997): 171-186;idem,"The Controversyover RabbiEphraimLaniado'sInheritanceof the Rabbinatein Aleppo,"Jewish History 12, no.

L" The politicalexplanationstemsfromthe shakysociopoliticalsituationin Syria,particularlydue to Muslimhostilitytowardthe Christianpopulation. 12 Manchesteras a Destination The industrialrevolutionthatbeganin Englandin the eighteenthcentury engenderedmany kinds of changes,includingthe accelerateddevelopment of capitalism,changes in the statusof workers,populationmovementsand 9. France,Archivesdu Ministeredes AffairesEtrangeres,Correspondance consulaireet commerciale,Alep, vol. 1865;Sutton,Magic Carpet,p.

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