The Khazar Poet

A poem.

The Khazars, a pagan people who lived between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, were converted to Judaism about 740 c.e., following the lead of their king, Bulan II. History says that the king examined Christian, Moslem, and Jewish scholars before choosing the mother religion. The Khazars were wiped out by the Count of Kiev in the 10th century.

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The Khazar Poet

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