This city is Gluckel's birthplace and where her home and business was for most of her married life.
This is the name of the village to which twenty-five Jewish families emigrated when they were expelled from the nearby city.
Jews believe this Jewish book of scripture provides all they need to find and learn the journey through this world to the next.
This is the name of German currency during Gluckel's time.
This is a term that refers to the Spanish-Portuguese Jews that settle in the main city prior to the German Jews.
This group of Jews was forced to leave Poland, some of whom Gluckel's father took into his home.
Gluckel's wedding party used this town as a stopping point on the way to the village where she was married.
Gluckel was married in this village at the...
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