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  JewishEncyclopedia.com - MARANO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Maranos, under Juan de la Cibdad, opposed the mob, but were repulsed and, with their leader, were hanged by the feet.
On April 17, 1506, several Maranos were discovered who had in their possession "some lambs and poultry prepared according to Jewish custom; also unleavened bread and bitter herbs according to the regulations for the Passover, which festival they celebrated far into the night." Several of them were seized, but were released after a few days.
On the same day on which the Maranos were liberated, the Dominicans displayed in a side-chapel of their church, where several Neo-Christians were present, a crucifix and a reliquary in glass from which a peculiar light issued.
www.jewishencyclopedia.com /view.jsp?artid=169&letter=M   (3593 words)

  
 Marano - LoveToKnow 1911
MARANO (accursed or banned), a term applied to Jewish Christians in Spain.
The Jewish community in London was refounded by Maranos in the first half of the 17th century.
In Amsterdam many Maranos found asylum; Spinoza was descended from such a family.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Marano   (221 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
It was in fact largely due to the Maranos that the Spanish Inquisition was founded.
The Maranos made rapid strides in prosperity, and " accumulated honours, wealth and popular hatred " (Lea, History of the Spanish Inquisition, i.
Maranos emigrated to various countries, but many remained in the Peninsula.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /correction/edit?locale=en&content_id=43103   (222 words)

  
 Inquisition in Iberia (Spain and Portugal) PART 1 OF 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The bands of fugitive Maranos were very numerous; in the territory of the Marquis of Cadiz alone there were 8,000, who were transported to Seville and delivered to the Inquisition.
While recognizing her piety, he hinted that the queen was urged to proceed so rigorously against the Maranos "by ambition and greed for earthly possessions, rather than by zeal for the faith and true fear of God." Still, he made many concessions.
Maranos under twenty years of age who admitted that they were obliged by their parents, relations, or other persons to observe Jewish ceremonies were not subject to confiscation of their property, but were compelled to wear for a certain length of time the sanbenito (see Auto da FÉ).
www.isfsp.org /inq1.html   (4991 words)

  
 JewishEncyclopedia.com - SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
This edict, however, was repealed for the sum of 1,700,000 crusados ($714,000) given by the Maranos of Lisbon and Brazil, and the privileges of residence and free commerce were granted to Neo-Christians by an edict of May 21, 1577.
The number of Brazilian Maranos was augmented by exiles transported from Portugal between 1682 and 1707 for the crime of Judaizing.
As early as Oct., 1511, Queen Joan of Spain issued an edict restricting the Maranos from immigrating into New Spain; and the activity of the Inquisition in the Spanish colonies of America was specifically directed against the Maranos and their descendants.
www.jewishencyclopedia.com /view.jsp?artid=990&letter=S   (2031 words)

  
 Inquisition in Iberia (Spain and Portugal) PART 1 OF 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Every one who should aid or abet the Maranos in their attempt to escape was to be punished with confiscation of property, and any owner of a vessel and any captain who should transport them were to be sentenced to death.
The Maranos were aided considerably in their struggle against the Inquisition by the nuncio Della Ruvere, who pictured the cruel procedure of King John in the darkest colors, and succeeded in persuading the pope to entrust the bull of May 23, 1536,to a commission for investigation.
Four of the most prominent Maranos were entrusted by him with a commission to define the conditions under which their fellow believers and sufferers would submit to a religious tribunal.
www.isfsp.org /inq2.html   (5858 words)

  
 MARANO (accursed or ba... - Online Information article about MARANO (accursed or ba...
It was in fact largely due to the Maranos that the See also:
Maranos emigrated to various countries, but many remained in the See also:
London was refounded by Maranos in the first See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /MAL_MAR/MARANO_accursed_or_banned_.html   (273 words)

  
 The Kosher Spirit - Tishrei 5766/Fall 2005 - Blast from the Past
The maranos made many small minyanim—gatherings of ten men—in underground synagogues, and they prayed very quietly.
So one year, a marano who was the conductor of the orchestra of the King of Spain approached the King and suggested that he arrange a special concert with old wind instruments.
At the concert, the King, the Queen, the royal children, and the ministers sat in the front rows, and behind them sat hundreds of maranos who came to hear the concert on Rosh Hashanah.
www.kosherspirit.com /Article.asp?Issue=7&Article=82   (593 words)

  
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The editor of "Liberty Bell" noticed the discrepancy between the spelling of 'Maranos' in my quotation from the Jewish encyclopaedia on p.7 of the June issue and the form 'Marranos' in my comments and in a quotation from a later Jewish compilation.
They accordingly spelled it 'Marano,' as in the scholarly "Jewish Encyclopaedia" published in 1901-1906, and derived it from some fanciful etymon, most frequently a Hebrew term meaning 'in appearance only' or the term "maranatha" found in the "New Testament" and of uncertain meaning.
The Jews in Spain who thus sensibly refrained from Jewish rites were, of course, damned from the orthodox Jewish point of view, even though many or most of them worked for the eventual triumph of their race over the hated "goyim," whom they had ostensibly joined.
www.faem.com /oliver/rpo034.htm   (1630 words)

  
 Cyprus bicommunal discussion and chat forum : Turkish Cypriot tells court how he was beaten in cafe?
Aktan and Greek Cypriot Maranos Kleanthous were allegedly attacked and beaten by Nicolaides and a group of his friends, believed by police to be linked to the ultra-nationalist party Chrysi Avgi (Golden Dawn).
“Maranos then told the man that I was a Cypriot to which he again responded ‘what kind of Cypriot’.
Maranos told him that I was a Turkish Cypriot and then the man punched me while I was sitting in my chair.
www.talkcyprus.org /forum/post-9126.html   (3301 words)

  
 Truth About The Spanish Inquisition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Spinoza was banished from Amsterdam, and to avoid assassination, after "a fanatic made an attempt on his life with a knife," he left his native city where the "curses had been pronounced upon him" by the rabbis in their leading Synagogue.
Yet these Rabbis, who belonged to the Amsterdam community that was started by the Maranos (the pretended-to-be-Catholics), who cursed the Catholic Church and Spain for the deportation of their forbears, deemed it legitimate to curse, scourge, excommunicate, and drive from Amsterdam those of their fellow-Israelites who were guilty of heresy.
Remember that the Maranos were the fifth columnists of the fifteenth century.
www.trosch.org /for/inquisition.html   (3749 words)

  
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Columbus was accompanied by five 'maranos' (Jews who had forsworn their religion and supposedly became Catholics), Luis de Torres, interpreter; Marco, the surgeon; Bernal, the physician; Alonzo de la Calle and Gabriel Sanchez.
Betrayed by the five maranos (Jews) whom he had trusted and helped.
Some writers have ascribed this result to the prevalence of the feudal system; while others, a much more generous class, have maintained that it was the natural effect of Christianity.
www.bamboo-delight.com /download/SLAVERY.TXT   (698 words)

  
 Don Joseph Nasi - Duke of Naxos | Chabad.org
Its agents were active in Belgium too, holding the Maranos in terror.
A great many other Maranos and their families who had gathered about them, followed their example.
In 1552 the whole community of the erstwhile Maranos chartered their own ships and sailed for the hospitable shores of Turkey.
www.chabad.org /library/article.asp?AID=111925   (2601 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: History of the Jews
The Jews of Italy fared better during the same period, owing to the fact that the flourishing republics of Venice, Florence, Genoa, and Pisa appreciated and needed them as capitalists and diplomatists; and it is worthy of notice that the Italian Jews were very prompt in availing themselves of the newly invented art of typography.
In Ferrara and Florence, Jews and Maranos were well treated by the respective rulers of these cities; and even in Venice, which considered the expediency of their expulsion lest their presence should injure the interest of native merchants, they were simply confined to the first Italian Ghetto (1516).
Under Selim II (1566-1574), the Marano Joseph Nassi, become Duke of Naxos and the virtual ruler of Turkey, used his immense power and wealth for the benefit of his coreligionists, at home and abroad.
www.photius.com /religion/history_of_the_jews.html   (13160 words)

  
 SIU - Recertified Stewards Stress Pride in Union, Family, Selves
As the seven recertified stewards came to the podium at last month’s membership meeting in Piney Point, Md. to receive their graduation certificates and say a few words about their experiences, the overriding theme was that of pride: pride in themselves, in their union, in their families and in the jobs they are performing.
Designed to upgrade members of the steward department and impart upon them culinary, social and union leadership skills, the course is considered the school’s top curriculum for members of the steward department.
George Maranos, who ships from the port of Houston, was the first of the graduates to be called to the podium.
www.seafarers.org /log/2004/042004/SREC.xml   (1044 words)

  
 Conte Luna Foods   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
At Conte Luna, making pasta is a Marano family tradition that continues into the 4th generation and will continue for generations to come.
For over one hundred years the Marano family has produced pasta for the industrial and specialty markets.
The Maranos' stature in the industry has lasted over time because of the family's ability to satisfy this need with continuity, knowledge and creativity.
www.conteluna.com /history.htm   (110 words)

  
 Johnstown, PA Polka Fest 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Friendly City PolkaFest began in 1998 when "Polish Bill" and Deb Marano pursued a dream of creating a Polka Festival in Johnstown, a mid-sized metropolitan area located in Cambria County in west central Pennsylvania.
The Maranos, both polka veterans, knew Johnstown’s strong ethnic heritage would provide a perfect welcome mat for the event.
The CVB and the Maranos continue to develop the event by creating themed events, expanding the festival atmosphere and bringing in popular local and nationally known performers.
www.visitjohnstownpa.com /polkafest/history.html   (349 words)

  
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Aktan and Greek Cypriot Maranos Cleanthous were allegedly attacked and beaten by Nicolaides and a group of his friends on July 29 this year.
The man was dark, well-built, had a tattoo, a moustache and goatee, short hair and was wearing knee high trousers and a sleeveless top.
As soon as Maranos said he was a Turkish Cypriot they attacked us.
www.cyprus-mail.com /news/main.php?id=22050&cat_id=1   (714 words)

  
 Jewish Post - News - Israel: A Linkage to the Spanish Speaking Communities in the U.S.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
This 'Solidarity Day' should be to those Jews, or 'Maranos', who helped Columbus in his mission: Abraham Zacutto, the 'Map Jew' or Louis DeTorres, who was a Hebrew scholar and the first one to land on Cuban soil.
There were at least seven Jews or 'Maranos' on Columbus' ships.
This fact stimulated scholars to claim that Columbus himself was a Jew or 'Maranos.'
www.jewishpost.com /jp0704/jpn0704e.htm   (586 words)

  
 JEWISH HISTORY IN THE UNITED STATES
The pleasant story that it was Queen Isabella's jewels which financed the voyage has disappeared under cool research.
There were three Maranos or "secret Jews" who wielded great influence at the Spanish court: Luis de Santagel, who was an important merchant of Valencia and who was "farmer" of the royal taxes; his relative, Gabriel Sanchez, who was the royal treasurer; and their friend, the royal chamberlain, Juan Cabrero.
These worked unceasingly on Queen Isabella's imagination, picturing to her the depletion of the royal treasury and the likelihood of Columbus discovering the fabulous gold of the Indies, until the Queen was ready to offer her jewels in pawn for the funds.
www.biblebelievers.org.au /ij_ch1.htm   (1361 words)

  
 Who brought the slaves to America - part I of II
His voyage to America was not financed by Queen Isabella, but by Luis de Santangelo, who advanced the sum of 17,000 ducats (about 5,000 pounds-today equal to 50,000 pounds) to finance the voyage, which began on August 3,1492.
Columbus was accompanied by five 'maranos' (Jews who had foresworn their religion and supposedly became Catholics), Luis de Torres, interpreter, Marco, the surgeon, Bemal, the physician, Alonzo de la Calle and Gabriel Sanchez.
Gabriel Sanchez, abetted by the other four Jews, sold Columbus on the idea of capturing 500 Indians and selling them as slaves in Seville, Spain, which was done.
americandefenseleague.com /jewslave.htm   (2686 words)

  
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At his instance Ferdinand and Isabella issued, Oct. 31, 1492, an edict by which all Jews who refused Christianity were to leave Spain.
Many professed conversion but secretly practised their old religion, and the inquisition long directed its operations against these " Maranos." Equal sternness was manifested against all others who were mistrusted of lack of fidelity to the Church.
Naturally Torquemada's name became a byword among opponents of the inquisition, and stood for fanatical persecution.
www.ccel.org /s/schaff/encyc/encyc11/htm/old/0489=467.htm   (530 words)

  
 From Andalusian Orangeries to Anatolia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Spain expelled neither a certain class of Jews nor Jews from a certain region, but an entire community from all trades and walks of life.
The fortunate Jews and Maranos managed to get to the Imperial Ottoman Dominions, where Sultan Beyazit had offered them sanctuary.
Sultan Beyazit II was not impelled by moral constraints to intervene, rather he saw the economic value of the Jews.
www.toplumpostasi.net /printa.php?col=85&art=956   (917 words)

  
 Ravens   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Those cities are the heart of Besathar, for a Raven prefers them over the country.
The people of Maranos are great dreamers, so make sure you actually have their attention before talking to them…otherwise you’ll have to repeat yourself at least a couple of times.
In the Maranos Republic, it is a little of the same.
home.comcast.net /~mariko28/Con2/ravens.html   (1835 words)

  
 History of Judaism - ReligionFacts
In 1391, when a fanatical mob killed thirty thousand Jews in Seville alone, many in their fright sought refuge in baptism.
And although they often continued to observe in secret the laws of their fathers the Inquisition soon rooted out these pretended Christians or Maranos.
Thousands were thrown into prison, tortured, and burned, until a project was formed to sweep all Spain clean of unbelievers.
www.religionfacts.com /judaism/history.htm   (4395 words)

  
 Desperateley looking for "In and Out of Love" - ClubFreestyle, Freestyle Music and Lifestyle.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
It is by Sergio, and the vocals are the same (even in sound), but the beat is totaly different, it's much weaker.
And there is no Adam Marano singing back ups.
Not for nothing Sk8tr but the Club Version of the original is untouchable and puts the Adam Marano version to shame not to mention it was recorded in my neck of the woods.For those interested, the Adam Marano version is also available on the "Old School" Freestyle cd....LOL "OLd School" yeah right!
www.clubfreestyle.com /forum/showthread.php?t=26122   (558 words)

  
 Mail-Jewish Volume 31 Number 05
I've heard this statement many times, from many people, but when I look through a Spanish-English dictionary, I find that there is no such word as "Maranos" (or other variant spelling), and the word for "pig" is "cerdo" - which is completely different.
Thinking it might be Latin (after all, this was a Church-run country at the time), I tried an on-line Latin dictionary.
which defined the word as: an SUFFIX -an, -ain; of, pertaining/belonging to; connected with; derived/coming from maran.os ADJ 1 1 ACC P M POS mas, maris male (human/animal/plant); man; maran.os ADJ 1 1 ACC P M POS mare, maris sea; sea water; Again, no references to pigs.
www.ottmall.com /mj_ht_arch/v31/mj_v31i05.html   (1500 words)

  
 Marano NYC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
NYC Republicans sometimes use the term Marano to refer to themselves.
Maranos were the names Jews used in the Spanish Inquisition.
Most NYC Republicans spare themselves the abuse by remaining silent.
www.freerepublic.com /~maranonyc   (153 words)

  
 Yom Kippur   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Only in the 11th century the original meaning of the text was changed and it refers to vows which will be contracted "from one Yom Hakippurim to the next"
This declaration assumed a particularly poignant significance during the Inquisition, when thousands of Jews in Spain and Portugal, the so-called maranos, had been forced to convert to Catholicism while secretly continuing to adhere to the Jewish faith.
Kol Nidre released them from the vows they had been pressed to make to the Catholic Church.
www.ort.org /ort/edu/festivals/YomKippur/yk2.html   (285 words)

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