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#1. Sweetbitter


Dama Pé de Cabra. Source: Fronteiras do Desconhecido


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A fede gimmel ring from the British Museum’s collection from the 16th/17th century. Source: The British Museum


“A Expulsão dos Judeus” (The Expulsion of the Jews), by Roque Gameiro (Quadros da História de Portugal, 1917). Source: Wikimedia

The Iberian Kingdoms and the Jews


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The Cadaver Synod as portrayed by Jean-Paul Laurens in 1870. Public Domain. Source: Wikipedia


Early 19th-century manuscript showing the Muslim army marching into Mecca and the subsequent smashing of its idols. Public Domain: Wikipedia


The attempted regicide of King Joseph I of Portugal, in 1758. Francisco Vieira de Matos
1759–1760. Source: Museu de Lisboa (Public Domain)

The Beginning


Jaime Martins Barata, “Torneio dos Doze de Inglaterra” in the wall of the Palácio de Justiça de Seia (1966), Portugal. Source: www.martinsbarata.org

Ana Esteves

Passionate reader and writer with a profound interest in history and literature. B.A. in Languages, Literature and Culture; current M.A. Communication student.

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