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Old 12-01-2010, 03:59 PM   Post #1
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Slakmon :


Hanouna :


Merzoug :


Suid :


Hagege :


Chemla :


Slama :


Gozlan :


Taieb :


Gozlan :


Sitbon :


Smadja :


Berrebbi :


Boublil :


Cassar :


Bitan :


Sfez :


Chelly :


Ballaïche :


Cohen :


Boukhors :


Halifi :


Samana :


Saadoun :


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Attal :


Chemla :


Boukobza :


Calfon :


Temim :


Cohen :


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Old 12-01-2010, 04:16 PM   Post #2
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Thank you again Heraus! Its a little late for me to try typologically divide these samples up, however my thoughts are that these samples look more Berberised/Arabised perhaps than those of Oran. Another very interesting note . . . . Anyone else notice this 'chinky' appearance of some? Amazing, considering all along i have been associating my grandmothers chinky appearance with actual Turkish or Tatar admixture, when in reality, it looks as though it is associated with a degree (even if small) of Berber-Arab influence, which i do show, as opposed to any East/Central Asian or Siberian. The stronger, more robust bone structure is a give away.
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Tunis has both Toshavim (already present) and Granas (Italian Jews settlers originally from Portugal ). The Granas were numerous in Tunis.

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Here some are probably Granas , in Tunis , there was a division between Toshavim (indigenous Jews) and Granas (Italian Jews ). The division always staid a long time , "Chemla" is probably of Grana descent , while Halifi , Ballaïche and Temim are Toshavi (east-med/orientalid mix)
Yeah, i hear a few immigrated from Livorno.
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Old 12-02-2010, 10:49 AM   Post #5
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I hope we will have a sample of Algiers' Jews and those from Constantine.

Btw, the Gorneyim used to be the bankers of the Bey.
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Djerban Jews claim to descend from Cohanim (high Israelite castes) who settled the island in the Antiquity , it is seen as the oldest community , thought its existence was only atested in the Middle-Age.

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