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The earliest record of anti-Jewish caricature is a detailed doodle depicted in the upper margin of the Exchequer Receipt Roll (English royal tax record) in 1233.It shows three demented looking Jews inside a castle as well as a Jew in the middle of the castle with a large nose.Antisemitism continued throughout the centuries and reached a climax in the Third Reich during World War II.
While the depiction of the hooked-nose originated in the 13th century, it had an uprooting in European imagery many centuries later.
The Star Wars character Watto has been likened to traditional antisemitic caricatures.
The idea of the large "Jewish nose" remains one of the most prevalent and defining features to characterize someone as a Jew.
So assuming that all Jewish girls do this truly makes an ass out of you and me.
Just like fellow Jewish women Winona Ryder, Natalie Portman, Dianna Agron, Scarlett Johansson, Idina Menzel, Lea Michele, Mila Kunis, Bar Rafaeli, Kat Dennings, Evan Rachel Wood, Rachel Weisz, Lizzy Caplan, Ashley Tisdale... And furthermore: This might be the #1 most frequent thing people blurt out when they find out I'm Jewish. But personally, limiting my already-tiny New York dating pool to an even smaller demographic of people based on certain religious restrictions that I don't even believe in so that I can fulfill my singular purpose in life — 100 percent Jewish children — is not an idea that appeals to me.
Early films such as Cohen's Advertising Scheme (1904, silent) stereotyped Jews as "scheming merchants".