Hebrew/Judaic History and Peoples

Judah - Diaspora

Ethiopian Jews
Osher Maps
Excellant description of various diasporas
Israel in Diaspora
During Lehi
Major NT groups
Lachish letters
Kings to Mathew
Archaeology
Ancient life
Exodus to Malach
Gathering
Tracing
Egypt
Masada
Between testaments
Samaritans
in Asia
Centuries
Truman Madsen
Migrations
Victor Ludlow

Hebrew Judaic

2000 Year Old Synagogue
2000 Year Old Synagogue

Tabernacle of Moses
Tabernacle of Moses replica built by the Huntington Beach Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for their 2016 Tabernacle Youth Camp.
Tabernacle Camp Experience Huntington Beach and Murrieta
Exodus 28 - The Jewish Priestly Garments
Another view on Aram
Aram - Aramaic
Patriarch Lineage Abraham through Joseph
Several chart pages, very well done, great detailed reference.
Star of David History
Per the menurah organization
Video: Jerusalem: 4000 Years in 5 Minutes
Jerusalem, a mosaic of different peoples, faiths, and nationalities. Nevertheless, despite this diversity, under the sovereignty of Israel, Jerusalem is a city that works. But has it always been this way?
Biblical Archaelogical Review
Historical Bibliography
Jerusalem Post - Historical
Creation of Jewish state
Centropa historians
BBC Jewish History
Relig Ed in Meridian of Time
Relig Ed in Meridian of T

What is a Jew

Karaites
Who are the Jews?
Short film
Different Sects of Judaism
15 Celebrities You Didn´t Know Were Jewish
twelve tribes per chabad
Last Jews of Pike Place
Sephardic
Tribes of Israel
Families
What is a Jew

History of Areas

Jewish Subject Rights in the Russian Empire and the Kingdom of Poland
Eastern Europe beginning in 1772
Medina Was Originally A Jewish City
Although the fact is little publicized, the Arab world’s second holiest city, Medina, was one of the allegedly “purely Arab” cities that actually was first settled by Jewish tribes. 1 History shows that Judaism was already well established in Medina two centuries before Muhammad’s birth.
YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe
Jews in Eastern Europe
Yivo Institute for Jewish Research Poland
The YIVO Institute for Jewish Research was founded in Vilna, Poland, in 1925, and relocated to New York City in 1940 with the mission to study the thousand-year history of Jewish life in Eastern Europe and Russia in all its aspects: language, history, religion, folkways and material culture.