First published in the early 1970s, Encyclopaedia Judaica is the most authoritative encyclopedia on Judaism and Jewish life and history worldwide. Its well-over 21,000 entries, which conclude with bibliographies, are authored by Israeli, American and European experts. Two-thousand-three-hundred entries are new and 12,000 are revisions of entries from the earlier work. Among special features are copious charts, tables, photographs, and illustrations.
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Encyclopaedia Judaica . 2 nd edition. Editor-in-chief Fred Skolnik; Michael Berenbaum, executive editor. Detroit : Macmillan Reference USA in association with the Keter Publishing House, 2007. 22 vols. Lockwood Reference DS 102.8.E496.2007