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Some interpreters claimed that it is the father’s duty to educate his son even if he is with the mother.

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In urban areas, families were limited to just parents and unmarried children. Poor girls were considered ready for domestic service at the age of 12 and for marriage at the age of Segall January p. When possible, it was customary to isolate a woman and baby for six weeks four weeks in Worms after the birth in order to avoid infection.

The estimated Jewish population of 2, in is based on SJE. As estruturas do manuscrito so do sculo XIV, h algum por trs disso, tem uma outra pessoa, se soubessemos mesmo a pessoa que vendeu o manuscrito para o Imperador Rodolfo, tudo melhoraria, as coisas ficariam mais claras e abriria mais um espao para descobrir sobre a linguagem.

See Hundertpp. Wychowabia society in Poland Lithuania accepted the halachic approach to breastfeeding and care of a nursing mother, as described above. According to her, the annual growth rate was 1. Thus, Polish Jewish parents supported their children after marriage as well.

Like many concepts in the book world, “series” is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. He gathered data on death rates among Jews and non Jews in nine locations for the period Germany became divided into numerous independent states. For Hessen and Bohemia, the shift is similar and the rate of natural increase for Jews becomes negative. We divide this vast area into Germany Austria GA whose borders correspond to those of the Holy Roman Empire aroundand Poland Lithuania PL whose borders largely correspond to those of the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth around see chapter 2.

Thus, we obtain that there were 69, Jews in Austria in and that the total population of Austria without Galicia 3, numbered 7, With regard to the first period, the year marks the first attempts by historians to estimate the size of the Jewish population in Poland while the first Jewish census in Poland Lithuania was carried out in According to Rabbi Joshua, the period for is unlimited, even up to five years.

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The estimate is in fact for the end of the 15th century. Following the Bible, the halacha also elaborated on the subject of breastfeeding. We can therefore assume that a community in which home wet nurses were hired had a lower rate of infant mortality. In the belief that breast milk was transformed and purified menstrual blood, children were taken from the breast should their wet nurse menstruate or become pregnant. Based on census data, the population of West Prussia is estimated to bein andin It was these immigrants who “formed the nucleus which served as the basis of demographic growth … ” of the Jewish community in Central Eastern Europe, a community which continued the Ashkenazi traditions.

The first partition deprived Poland of approximately half of its population and almost one third of its land area about 81, square miles. Resting mothers were visited only by other women, neighbors, friends and family who brought gifts and sometimes helped in the house. The relatively low infant and child mortality rate among Jews raises numerous questions. The husband can compel his wife to nurse the baby. From the total population of 49, in according to Linfieldwe subtract the population of Alsace Lorraine 1, following Caron and the populations of West Prussia 1.

As indicated above, the Talmud and its interpreters ruled against switching the woman doing the breastfeeding. InPrussian victory in the war with France finally led to the unification and formation of the German Empire under the leadership of Prussia and its leader Chancellor Otto von Bismarck. Women prayed to become mothers and to breastfeed. While discussing the issue of child custody, the sages developed two different views: In the city of Gdansk Danzigwhich became independent after WWI, there were 9, Jews out of a total population of , according to Linfield.


However, since they were part of Poland before the partitions, they are excluded from Table 4.

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In addition, wet nurses were employed regardless of remarriage. It had the most powerful army in Europe and intended to establish a strong navy. While in the Empire Jews were appreciated first and foremost as a source of direct income, in Poland the rulers were more interested in the Jewish contribution to economic development. See Dubnowp. Already in medieval Ashkenaz, the families of a young bride and groom were involved in the arrangements of the wedding and the young couple was dependent on them even after marriage.

In general, the urban population was at higher risk than the rural population. Their goal was to identify the covariate of child mortality and behavior of Jewish households relative to other ethnic groups. See Lunn et al. The “old total” of 15, is the sum of the populations of the aforementioned territories. For an analysis of all literary and non literary sources, see Stampfer Thou hast given her eyes wherewith to see, ears wherewith to hear,[…] and breasts wherewith to suckle a child. Wherever Schmelz provided data for two denominations i.

GA and Poland Lithuania hereafter: Although her estimate is based on the problematic assumption that the ratio of Jews in Ukraine to the total number of Jews in Poland remained stable during the periodit still provides us with an approximation for Thus, during the period of early industrialization, the eastern European locations had progressed to stage 2 of the demographic transition.

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Zemon Davisp. Thus, the total population bartnickaa Germany in is 51, million. In the case of women, the age of marriage may have been significantly lower, probably between 15 and Schmelz provides the figure 19, for in Hesse Darmstadt within the borders of and we extrapolate this back to according to the annual rate of growth Philippsthalp.