Part 7

It’s in the Genes! Jewish DNA Studies of Majorca

The Chuetas, descendants of a group of Mallorcan converts Jews, have been discriminated against and isolated by the rest of Mallorca’s population until the middle of the 20th century, because despite their conversion to Christianity (1391-1435), they have remained in the island the collective consciousness of its origin. The main characteristics that distinguish this group are the 15 surnames traditionally known in Mallorca as Chuetas and their high degree of inbreeding.

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You might also be interested in:

Part 1

Medieval Majorca – The Golden Age

Part 2

Crypto-Judaism – Keeping the Faith During the Inquisition

Part 3

Chuetas – A Segregated Society

Part 4

Rebirth & Renewal – Modern Day Jewish Revival