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Minkof-Bukh ; C. Madi-son,Yiddish Literature , ; S. Liptzin, Maturing of YiddishLiterature , Bibliography: B. Harshav, Ameri-can-Yiddish Poetry According to an old tradition, there was aJewish community in Ioannina as early as the ninth century;the archaic Greek spoken by the Jewish inhabitants suggeststhat this may be true. Jewish serfs are men-tionedin two bulls, dated and respectively, issuedby Emperor Andronicus II Palaeologus Duringhis reign the emperor placed the Jews under his direct pro-tection.
When Jewish refugees from Spainsettled there, they assimilated into the local Romaniot popu-lationand adopted their Greek dialect. There were two syna-gogues,one known as the old community, the other as thenew. Apulian and Sicilian Jews also settled in Ioannina andretained special circumcision and Purim customs.
In the Jews were falsely accused of having handed Bishop Di-onysios,the leader of a revolt, over to the Turkish authori-ties,who executed him.
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Ali Pasha, who was governor of thearea from to , imposed a heavy tax burden on thewealthy Jews. In when the Greek rebellion broke out,some Jews found refuge in Ioannina. In , the commu-nitysuffered a major blood libel. The fire ruined half theJewish shops in the market. In there were anti-Jewish ri-otsin the town. The local wealthy banker Effendi DavitchonLevy was one of four Jews in the Ottoman Empire electedto the first national assembly in The Hebron emissaryRabbi Hayyim Shemuel Halevy Ha-Hasmal remained inIoannina for more than three decades and proph-esiedthat the redemption of Israel would take place in theyear Ioannina Jews maintained trade relationswith Europe and the East, and also engaged in silk weav-ingand the manufacture of scarves, veils, and silver belts forsale to the Albanians; there were also goldsmiths, dyers, gla-ziers,tinsmiths, fishermen, and coachmen among them.
Thewealthy merchant Meir Gani moved to Jerusalem in andinitiated Jewish settlement in the Christian Quarter of theOld City of Jerusalem owing to his close connections to theGreek Orthodox Church, and he also purchased much landfrom the latter for the Jewish National Fund in Jerusalem inthe Rehavia neighborhood as well the site of the present-dayIsrael Museum and land in the Dead Sea region where Kib-butzBet ha-Aravah was located.
At the beginning of the20th century, there were 7, Jews in Ioannina, but due tofear of political instability, compulsory military service, andeconomic decline, several thousand Jews began emigrating,heading to New York City. In the Jewish population was3, and on the eve of the Holocaust it was 1, In the De-pressionof the early s, many Ioanniote Jews migrated toAthens for economic betterment. On March 24, , 1, Jews were seized by the Nazisand deported to Auschwitz.
In there were Jews liv-ingin the town, and by their number had dwindled to
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