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The two Jewish exiles joined together and became one.Hispania came under Roman control with the fall of Carthage after the Second Punic War (218–202 BCE).Sell Classical Music CDs & more Used CDs: PREX buys Jazz Records, Classical CDs, etc. Visit Princeton Record Exchange, one of the largest Record Stores Looking for New York String Quartets?try this New York String Quartet Use the Classical Composer Index to help locate specific composers quickly.
In generally describing Tyre's empire from west to east, Tarshish is listed first (Ezekiel 27.12–14), and in Jonah 1.3 it is the place to which Jonah sought to flee from the Lord; evidently it represents the westernmost place to which one could sail. One might speculate that commerce conducted by Jewish emissaries, merchants, craftsmen, or other tradesmen among the Semitic Tyrean Phoenicians might have brought them to Tarshish.
He became related by marriage to a certain Espan, the nephew of king Heracles, who also ruled over a kingdom in Spain.
This Heracles later renounced his throne because of his preference for his native country in Greece, leaving his kingdom to his nephew, Espan, by whom the country of España (Spain) derives its name.
Exactly how soon after this time Jews made their way onto the scene is a matter of speculation.
It is within the realm of possibility that they went there under the Romans as free men to take advantage of its rich resources and build enterprises there.
In circa 960 CE, Ḥisdai ibn Šaprūṭ, minister of trade in the court of the caliph in Córdoba, wrote to Joseph, the king of Khazaria, saying: “The name of our land in which we dwell is called in the sacred tongue, Sepharad, but in the language of the Arabs, the indwellers of the lands, Alandalus [Andalusia], the name of the capital of the kingdom, Córdoba.” According to Rabbi David Kimchi (1160–1235), in his commentary on Obadiah , Ṣarfat and Sepharad, both, refer to the Jewish captivity (Heb.