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BAIGNEUX-LES-JUIFS:

Capital of a canton, arrondissement of Chatillon-sur-Seine, Côte d'Or, France. As the name indicates, there were Jewish inhabitants in this place during the Middle Ages. A secret inquiry was made between 1306 and 1308 into the debts due to the Jews. A century later Jews were still in the community.

Bibliography:
  • Inventaire Sommaire des Archives Départementales: Côte d'Or, ii. 4032, iv. 414.
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