Zurich in Zurich (District), Switzerland
Vor 1343 schuf rabbi Moses den << Zürcher semak >>, einen bis heute verwendeten gesetzeskommentar die blütezeit der Jüdischen gemeinde Zürichs fand im pogrom von 1349 ein abruptes ende der grösste teil der Jüdishen bevölkerung Zürichs wurde gefangen geommen, gefoltert, vertrieben oder verbrannt.
Bürgermeister und räte belegten 1436 die Zürcher Jüdinnen und Juden mit einem niederlassungsverbot erst das emanzipationsgesetz von 1862 brachte der Jüdischen bevölkerung das recht der freien niederlassung.
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In the late Middle Ages, most Jews lived in Zurich Froschaugasse (<
1343 Before rabbi Moses created the << Zurich Semak, >> a law used to comment today the heyday of the Jewish community took place in Zurich pogrom of 1349 to an abrupt end the
Mayors and councils documented in 1436, the Zurich Jews with only one office forbade the emancipation law of 1862 brought the Jewish population the right of free office.
Location. 47° 22.361′ N, 8° 32.712′ E. Marker is in Zurich, Zurich, in Zurich (District). Marker is on Froschaugasse, on the right when traveling north. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: Froschaugasse 2, Zurich 8001, Switzerland.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Schwarzer Amboss (within shouting distance of this marker); Lenin (about 90 meters away, measured in a direct line); Alte Landkutsche (about 120 meters away); Hirschen (about 150 meters away); Tiefe Schmitte (approx. 0.2 kilometers away in Zurich (canton)); Grössmunster (approx. 0.3 kilometers away); Zur Grossen Mücke (approx. 0.3 kilometers away); Grave stone of Lucius Aelius Urbicus (approx. 0.3 kilometers away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Zurich.
Regarding Judengasse. 1348 - 1349 THE BLACK PLAGUE (Europe)
One third of Europe's population died from the Black Death (Bubonic plague). Though many Jews were among the dead, they were accused by local church leaders and tortured to confess that they had poisoned the wells (Chillon) in order to kill Christians. During the next few years - despite the protests of Pope Clement VI - over 60 large and 150 small Jewish communities were destroyed as a direct result of these accusations. These included untold atrocities in cities such as Basel, Cologne, Strasbourg, Worms, Zurich and others. The plague, which originated in China, was spread for the most part by rats which came aboard ships from Asia to European ports. It is estimated that 25 million people perished within three years. - JewishHistory.org
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