Review of Military Service and the Integration of Jews into the Roman Empire, by R. G. Salinero
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Book review of MILITARY SERVICE AND THE INTEGRATION OF JEWS INTO THE ROMAN EMPIRE (Raúl González Salinero, author), which appeared in "AJL News and Reviews: Reviews of Titles for Adults," March/April 2023 edition of the Association of Jewish Libraries (AJL) national newsletter.
Cantor, H. (2023, March-April). [Review of Military Service and the Integration of Jews into the Roman Empire, by R. G. Salinero]. Association of Jewish Libraries, 3(4), 41.
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