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English: Expulsion of the Jews from Frankfurt on August 23, 1614, after riots in the "Jews Street" led by Vincent Fettmilch. According to the text, "1380 persons old and young were counted at the exit of the gate" and herded onto ships on the river Main. Jews were connected in business to the city's wealthy merchants, while Fettmilch led the small craftsmen and traders opposed to the Jewish presence in Frankfurt.
Deutsch: Vertreibung der Juden aus Frankfurt am 23. August 1614 nach dem Fettmilch-Aufstand. Bildtext: „Auszug der Juden den 23. Augusti da man ihnen das Fischerfelds Pförtlein eröffnet und sie vff dem Wasser hinauf und hinunder abfahren lassen, da sindt ihrer 1380 Personen Jung vnd Alt so zu der Pforten hinauszgangen abgezehlet worden. Abb. 37 Auzug der Juden aus Frankfurt 1614 . Gleichzeit. Kpfr. von Georg Keller. München, Kupferstichkabinett.“
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