La leyenda negra [Julián Juderías] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. by Juderias y Loyot, Julián. Publication date Publisher Madrid, Rev. de Arch. Collection robarts; toronto. Digitizing sponsor University of Toronto. Julian Juderias writes La Leyenda Negra, coining the term Black Legend. He defines the black legend as, “The environment created by the fantastic stories .
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Product details Hardcover Publisher: It is primarily centered on the Dossiadou Street where the Kahal Shalom Synagogue, the lone remaining Jewish house of worship on the island of the six that once stood, is located, along with the Jewish Museum of Rhodes.
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