© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 EJJS 1.2 Hebräische Berichte über die Judenverfolgungen während des ersten Kreuzzugs, edited by Eva Haverkamp [Monumenta Germaniae Historica—Hebräische Texte aus dem mittelalterlichen Deutschland, vol. 1] (Hannover: Hahnsche Buchhandlung, 2005); l, 626 pp.; ISBN: 3-7752-1301-5. Since the 1980s, interest in research on the persecution of the Jews in the Middle Ages, especially those during the ﬁ rst crusade, has increased, as re ﬂ ected in the publications of Robert Chazan, Gerson D. Cohen, Jeremy Cohen, Avraham Grossman, Ivan G. Marcus, Anna Sapir Abula ﬁ a, and Israel Jakob Yuval. One reason is that there are not only Christian witnesses but also three Hebrew chron- icles presenting a detailed account of the events in 1096: The long Chronicle I by Salomo bar Samson, the shorter Chronicle II by Elieser bar Nathan and Chronicle III by an anonymous person of Mainz, which contains only the narratives on Mainz, Speyer and Worms (Haverkamp, pp. 34–43). They were edited for the ﬁ rst time by A. Neubauer and M. Stern in 1892. In 1945, A.M. Haberman used this edition for his Sefer Gezerot Ashkenaz ve- Í arpat . In the main, three issues were central in the
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