Hanukkah

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  • fols Sefaradi square script with vocalization. Ornamented in gold and other colors. Click to enlarge
    1. Siddur according to the Sefaradi rite. Manuscript. (Lisbon). 15th century. Parchment, 167
  • 2. The prayer "al ha nissim…" for Chanuka. Fuerth, 1738. Manuscript on parchment
  • Antiochus scroll – an ancient midrash aggada. Click to enlarge
    Sefer Antiochus scroll. In rhyme. In the Persian language. Jerusalem. Levi printing house. 1903.
  • Antiochus profanes the temple according to the book of Maccabees Click to enlarge
    Martin, David. 1639-1721. Histoire du vieux et du nouvean testament, enrichie de phus de quatre cens figures en taille douce. Amsterdam. Pierre mortier, 1700 2v engraving and p. 269.
  • From the posters collection in the archives department of the National library of Israel
  • The children's books of the poet Raphael Saporta were very popular in the first decades of our country Click to enlarge
    A festival and homeland edited by Raphael Saporta; illustrations – Iza. Tel aviv, tapuah edition book (1955-1958) et 7, Chanuka feast of lights.
  • includes the order of the chanuka candle lighting and the Antiochus scroll with drawing of the sacred places Click to enlarge
    Mizrah chanuka miracle Jerusalem Abraham Rotenberg printing house (1866?)
  • German jewish genre and portrait painter his pictures of jewish life Click to enlarge
    Oppenheim moritz daniel 1799-1882 bilder aus dem altjudischen familien leben Frankfurt am main H. keller 1882
  • A fragment from the Haftara read in chanuka from the book of Zecharia. 4, 2 "lamp of gold…" a page from the cairo geniza, 12/13 cent
  • Minhagim (customs)…in Ashkenaz…Amsterdam. Uri Veibesh (1662) the woodcut illustrating the candlelighting prayers depicts the lamp which was common in the European synagogues. It is modeled on the candelabrum – tall and upright
  • a protestant theologian described in his book very accurately and objectively contemporary jewish customs Click to enlarge
    Bodenschatz Johann christoph georg kirchliehe verfassung der heutigen juden Frankfurt (Leipzig 1748-1749) p. 94
  • a protestant theologian described in his book very accurately and objectively contemporary jewish customs Click to enlarge
    Bodenschatz Johann Christoph George kirchliehe verfassung der heutigen juden Frankfurt (Leipzig 1748-1749)
  • Tapuah edition (1955-1958) booklet 7. Click to enlarge
    A festival and a homeland edited by Raphael saporta illustrations – Iza, Tel Aviv. Tapuah edition (1955-1958)