See also:act or
See also:process of separation and distribution . Apart from the technical use of the
See also:term, especially in
See also:optics (see below), the expression particularly applied to the settlements of Jews in
See also:foreign countries outside
See also:Palestine . These were either voluntary, for purposes of
See also:trade and commerce, or the results of
See also:conquest, such as the captivities of
See also:Assyria and . Babylonia . The word diaspora (Gr . &avaopa) is also used of these scattered communities, but is usually confined to the dispersion among the Hellenic and
See also:Roman peoples, or to the
See also:body of Christian Jews outside Palestine (see JEws) .
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