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Unformatted text preview: Many of the Jews that left starved to death or were eaten by bears or lions. The ones that went to Portugal were made slaves after 6 months. The King of Portugal banished a lot of children to an island where they all died. Many went to Genoa where they were robbed and children were taken from their mothers. Some went to Northern Africa but then came back to Spain and converted to Christianity and some stayed in Northern Africa. The king of Naples welcomed their arrival and provided many of them food and money. They were also welcomed in Turkey where the King lent them money and estates. He was very fond of them because they were artisans and could make munitions for the war against Christian Europe....
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- Spring '06