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Sephardic Web Sites
These are the general Sephardic websites.
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Genealogy oriented
Les Fleurs ds l'Orient
Family Trees of Jews of the Orient
Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies
Specializes in the eastern Mediterranean
Extensive listing of names, heraldry and recipes
archived version
Sepharadic brotherhood
Membership list, etc. (used to be Salonican Brotherhood of America)
Saudades: Portuguese Sephardic History (archived version)
1,200 ketubot digitized by Hebrew University's National Library
Moshe David Gaon: Oriental Jews in Erets Yisrael
Mathilde Tagger's Index of 2,882 Sephardic Rabbis, Scholars and Notables.
In Spain, Provence, Italy, Ottoman Empire, incl. Balkans, Middle East and North Africa.
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General Sites
American Sephardic Federation
Umbrella organization
Sephardic Jewish Communities
from Columbia University, NYC
Museo Sefardi, Toledo.
Toledo's Historic Sinagoga del Transito (Original name: Sinagoga de Samuel ha-Levi)
Sefarad: Los Judeo-espanoles.
From the Spanish Government Red
Congregation Shearith Israel
founded in 1654, first Sephardic Congregation in the US
Sephardi European Institute
library, activities and Los Muestros publication
Jews Of Cape Verde and of The Azores
Jews Of Cape Verde and on the Guinea Coast
by Richard Loban
Beth Haim cemetery in Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Holland
History of Rabbi Yosef Caro.
Biographies of some Sephardic Rabbi Leaders.
Bernard Gui Inquisitorial Technique (c.1307-1323)
The Juderia of Tarazona (Aragon)
includes list of names
Tourist information about Juderias in Spanish towns Ladino and other Jewish Languages
Ladino a Lost Language
Judeo-Spanish as a Language of Liturgy and Religious Identification
Diksionaryo Djudeo-Espanyol
"Ladino" dictionary
Folk literature of the Sephardic Jews
Multimedia archive of judeo-spanish
Folk literature of the Sephardic Jews
Multimedia archive of judeo-spanish
Jewish Roots of Flamenco
Cervantes and Don Quixote: Jewish origins?
by Michael McGaha
Portuguese Jews
History of Jews in Spain - A Brief Timeline

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