In the Land of the Golden Fleece: The Jews of Georgia – History and Culture (EN)

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Exhibition catalog: published on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition In the Land of the Golden Fleece, displayed at Beit Hatfutsot. Published by Beit Hatfutsot and the Ministry of Defense Publishing House in 1989, hardback, 206 pages, English. By Rachel Arbel and Lily Magal

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Georgian Jews have a 2,600-year history in the region. The origin of Georgian Jews, also known as Gurjim or Ebraeli, is debated, but some claim they are descendants of the ten tribes exiled by Shalmaneser. Others say the first Jews made their way to southern Georgia after Nebuchadnezzar conquered Jerusalem. Today the Jewish communities of Georgia live alongside the Georgians, sharing many of their customs and concerns.
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