Table of contents for Jews, Christian society, and royal power in medieval Barcelona / Elka Klein.

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List of Figures and Tables
Note on Names and Transliteration
1. Introduction: Contexts and Controversies
2. The Community in Theory and Practice
3. The Foundations of an Elite
4. Jewish Leaders and the King, 1160---1205
5. Conflict in the Community, 1205---30
6. The Overthrow of the Nesi'im, 1230---41
7. Forging a New Relationship: The Jews and the King
8. A New Elite: Jews, Christians, and the Urban Economy
Conclusion: Conflict, Coexistence, and Cooperation
Appendix A: Selected Genealogies
Appendix B: Nesi'im and Nedivim
Appendix C: Secretaries of the Jewish Community of Barcelona
Appendix D: Jewish Courts in Barcelona
Index \to come\

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jews -- Spain -- Barcelona -- History.
Jews -- Spain -- Barcelona -- Politics and government.
Jews -- Spain -- Barcelona -- Social conditions.
Jews -- Spain -- Barcelona -- Economic conditions.
Barcelona (Spain) -- Ethnic relations.
Barcelona (Spain) -- Social conditions.
Christians -- Spain -- Barcelona -- History.
Spain -- History -- 711-1516.
Spain -- Politics and government -- To 1479.