Tag: Medieval Germany


A Fruitful Partnership: Jews and the Canons of St. Kilian in Twelfth-century Würzburg

Over the course of about a century, from around 1120 to around 1220, the canons of St. Kilian, caretakers of the Neumünster church in Würzburg had frequent – one might even say constant – business dealings with the Jews of that same city.