From Digital Samaritans: Rhetorical Delivery and Engagement in the Digital Humanities by Jim Ridolfo

  • Digital Projects
  • Cultural Studies
  • Religion
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  • Map 1. “Disappeared Samaritan Communities.” This map is based on the data provided in Benyamim Tsedaka, “Samaritan Israelite Families and Households that Disappeared,” in Samaritans: Past and Present, ed. Menchem Mor and Fredrich V. Reiterer (2010). It is important to note that many of the locations listed (Cairo, Damascus) were centers of Samaritan scribal production. Manuscripts from many of the communities listed on the map make up the diaspora of Samaritan manuscripts. (See http://goo.gl/fx1RpD to interact with the map.)