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Abstract The Mamluk period (1260-1517) in the Land of Israel was marked by significant changes and challenges for the Jewish communities. This paper examines the state of Jewish settlement during this era, focusing on the socio-political dynamics, economic activities, and religious life. Despite the political instability and occasional persecutions, Jewish communities managed to sustain their presence and contribute to the cultural and economic fabric of the region. By analyzing historical records, archaeological findings, and contemporary accounts, the paper highlights the resilience and adaptability of Jewish settlers during the Mamluk rule.

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