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    • Jehoiakim's uncle Zedekiah was appointed king in his place, but the exiles in Babylon continued to consider Jeconiah as their Exilarch, or rightful ruler.Babylonian captivity-Wikipedia
    • On the political level, the community emancipated itself from the exile of Baghdad at the beginning of the eleventh century and acquired its first secular chief.History of the Jews in Tunisia-Wikipedia
    • According to both the Bible and the Talmud, the Judean royal family (the Davidic line) continued as head of Babylonian Jewry, called the "Rosh Galut" (head of exile).History of Israel-Wikipedia
    • There may have been close contact between the Jewish community of Babylon and Spain, as the Talmud documents that Yitzhak the Exilarch, son of the sister of Rav Beivai traveled from "Cordoba to Hispania".History of the Jews in Spain-Wikipedia
    • In 495, during the turbulent reign of King Kavadh I, Mahoza (as the Jews called the city) was the scene of a Jewish revolt led by Exilarch Mar-Zutra II.Al-Mada'in-Wikipedia
    • In the Ottoman Empire, and as such, the Hakham Bashi was the closest thing to an overall Exilarchal authority among Jewry everywhere in the Middle East in early modern times.Hakham Bashi-Wikipedia

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