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Background imageJews Collection: Judaism. Divine protection. Amulets. Jewish Museum Berlin. G

Judaism. Divine protection. Amulets. Jewish Museum Berlin. G
Judaism. Divine protection. Amulets. Often consisted of scrolls written in Hebrew and the texts were combined with motifs geom?tircos or magical figures

Background imageJews Collection: Judaism. Torah scroll case wrapped in black. Libya, 1889

Judaism. Torah scroll case wrapped in black. Libya, 1889. Carved wood and cotton. Case: Gift of the Moshav movement, through Rabbi Menahem Hacohen and Bracha Yaniv, Survey of Synagogues

Background imageJews Collection: Arch of Titus. Rome. Italy

Arch of Titus. Rome. Italy
Roman Art. Arch of Titus. Erected in the year 81 to commemorate the conquest of Titus against the Jews. It features carved scenes of the conquest and subsequent destruction of Jerusalem (AD 70)

Background imageJews Collection: Freemason seal of the 19th century with different

Freemason seal of the 19th century with different symbols as the Seal of Solomon or Star of David. Metals. FRANCE. Ό E-DE-FRANCE. Paris

Background imageJews Collection: Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam. Scene cult initiation, 16

Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam. Scene cult initiation, 16
Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam. Inside. Scene cult initiation, 1675. Engraving by Dutch Hooglhe Romeyn (1645-1708). Baroque. Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. Netherlands

Background imageJews Collection: Two Young Jewish girls play cards - Christmas Eve - Russia

Two Young Jewish girls play cards - Christmas Eve - Russia
Two Young Russian Jewish girls spend christmas Eve (Epiphany Evening) playing cards. With Torah study off the table for the evening, a number of traditions developed as to how to spend ones night

Background imageJews Collection: A Jewish Man and An Armenian Man

A Jewish Man and An Armenian Man Date: 1821

Background imageJews Collection: The Torah scroll. It contains the Pentateuch (Five Books of

The Torah scroll. It contains the Pentateuch (Five Books of
The Torah scroll is regarded as the holiest object in the synagogue. Contains the Pentateuch (Five Books of Moses). Israel Museum. Jerusalem

Background imageJews Collection: Thessaloniki - Cretan Policeman, Jews and Serbian Officers

Thessaloniki - Cretan Policeman, Jews and Serbian Officers Date: circa 1916

Background imageJews Collection: Elderly Jewish Couple - Thessaloniki, Greece

Elderly Jewish Couple - Thessaloniki, Greece Date: circa 1916

Background imageJews Collection: Jews mallow, Corchorus olitorius

Jews mallow, Corchorus olitorius
Nalta jute, tossa jute, Jews mallow, Corchorus olitorius. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Swan after an illustration by William Jackson Hooker from Samuel Curtis Botanical Magazine, London, 1828

Background imageJews Collection: The Cave of the Patriarchs or Tomb of the Patriarchs, West Bank

The Cave of the Patriarchs or Tomb of the Patriarchs, West Bank
Vintage 19th century photograph: The Cave of the Patriarchs or Tomb of the Patriarchs, known to Jews as the Cave of Machpelah and to Muslims as the Sanctuary of Abraham

Background imageJews Collection: Jews at the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem

Jews at the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem
The Wailing Wall (also known as the Western Wall, Kotel, or, in Islam the Buraq Wall) is an ancient limestone wall located in Jerusalem

Background imageJews Collection: Jewesses in jerusalem

Jewesses in jerusalem

Background imageJews Collection: Israel Jerusalem Women pre-1900

Israel Jerusalem Women pre-1900

Background imageJews Collection: Israel Jerusalem Wailing Wall pre-1900

Israel Jerusalem Wailing Wall pre-1900

Background imageJews Collection: German No Jews sign probably 1930s

German No Jews sign probably 1930s

Background imageJews Collection: Sir Moses Montefiore, Bart, philanthropist, banker

Sir Moses Montefiore, Bart, philanthropist, banker, Sheriff of London, President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews - The Family Friend magazine March 1871 Date: 1871

Background imageJews Collection: Modern Synagogue of the Jews

Modern Synagogue of the Jews Date: 1841

Background imageJews Collection: Hebrew Inscription dating from the 14th century

Hebrew Inscription dating from the 14th century
Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona. Hebrew inscription dating from the 14th century, located on Marlet Street in Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain)

Background imageJews Collection: Late Rev. Dr Adler, Chief Rabbi

Late Rev. Dr Adler, Chief Rabbi
The Rev. Dr Nathan Adler, Chief Rabbi of the English Jewish Congregations; his funeral service in the chapel, Willesden; a scene at the grave; and a special service in memory at the Great Synagogue

Background imageJews Collection: Gravestone of Benjamin, son of Mordecai. From the Jewish Com

Gravestone of Benjamin, son of Mordecai. From the Jewish Com
Gravestone of Benjamin, son of Mordecai. 1284. From the Jewish Community Cemetery Spandau, near Berlin. Sandstone. German Historical Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageJews Collection: JEWISH FUNERAL

JEWISH FUNERAL
EUROPEAN JEWS bury their dead, those who attend the funeral throw mould upon the corpse (probably at Amsterdam) Date: 1737

Background imageJews Collection: The Jews in New York Girls going to CONFIRMATION, Temple Emanuel. Date: 1892

The Jews in New York Girls going to CONFIRMATION, Temple Emanuel. Date: 1892

Background imageJews Collection: The Jews in New York PASSOVER SUPPER Date: 1892

The Jews in New York PASSOVER SUPPER Date: 1892

Background imageJews Collection: ANCIENT JEWISH FUNERAL

ANCIENT JEWISH FUNERAL
Funeral procession of the ancient Jews : carrying the dead person to the tomb, outside a city Date:

Background imageJews Collection: JEWISH AKAFOTH CUSTOM

JEWISH AKAFOTH CUSTOM
the AKAFOTH - Jewish ritual, during which the mourners process seven times round the coffin of the dead person, chanting as they go Date: 1737

Background imageJews Collection: Jewish Funeral Custom

Jewish Funeral Custom
Jewish custom of walking seven times round a dead person Date: 1820

Background imageJews Collection: Jewish traders in Petticoat Lane (Middlesex Street) in the East End of London

Jewish traders in Petticoat Lane (Middlesex Street) in the East End of London. " Here ye are! Here ye are! Any price you like, I don t care!" Date: 1884

Background imageJews Collection: WWII Jewish refugees helping with sandbags

WWII Jewish refugees helping with sandbags
Jewish refugees in Britain helping to place sandbags in front of a big hospital in the early days of the Second World War. Date: 1939

Background imageJews Collection: Warning Against Non - Kosher Meat

Warning Against Non - Kosher Meat
A warning poster to the Jewish public from the Board for the Affairs of Shecheta warning against purchasing and eating non kosher meat. Date: circa 1900

Background imageJews Collection: Jewish ritual slaughter 1861

Jewish ritual slaughter 1861
Jewish ritual slaughter of sheep for Kosher meat. According to the Torah, to be eaten, a kosher species must be slaughtered by a Schochet, a ritual slaughterer. Date: 1861

Background imageJews Collection: Synagogue Interior

Synagogue Interior
Interior of a synagogue during a daily service

Background imageJews Collection: Jews at the Wailing Wall

Jews at the Wailing Wall
Two Jews at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem. The Wailing Wall, also known as the Western Wall located in the Old City of Jerusalem is a sacred place of prayer and pilgrimage for Jews

Background imageJews Collection: Animal Sacrifice in Judaism

Animal Sacrifice in Judaism
In Judaism, the korban (also known as qorban or corban) refers to a variety of sacrificial offerings commanded in the Torah

Background imageJews Collection: Jewish Priest wearing traditional clothing

Jewish Priest wearing traditional clothing
A Jewish High Priest wearing traditional clothing. This consisted of a turban or headband and gold plate worn on the head, a tunic with a breastplate over it containing twelve precious stones

Background imageJews Collection: Jews celebrating the Feast of Tabernacles

Jews celebrating the Feast of Tabernacles
The Feast of Tabernacles also known as Sukkot is a Jewish holiday that is celebrated over the course of a week, five days after Yom Kippur

Background imageJews Collection: Feast of the Tabernacles (Sukkot)

Feast of the Tabernacles (Sukkot)
This engraving depicts Sukkot also known as the Feast of Tabernacles which is a Jewish holiday celebrated over one week that comes five days after Yom Kippur (day of atonement)

Background imageJews Collection: Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles)

Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles)
This engraving depicts Sukkot also known as the Feast of Tabernacles, a Jewish holiday celebrated over one week that comes five days after Yom Kippur (day of atonement)

Background imageJews Collection: Day of Atonement at Houndsditch Synagogue, London 1901

Day of Atonement at Houndsditch Synagogue, London 1901
Monday was the Day of Atonement, also known as Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the year in Judaism. It centers around atonement and repentance and involves a 25 hour fasting period

Background imageJews Collection: Aaron entering the Holy Place on the Day of Atonement

Aaron entering the Holy Place on the Day of Atonement
Aaron is a prophet, high priest, and the brother of Moses. He is depicted in this engraving entering the Holy Place on the Day of Atonement

Background imageJews Collection: Descendants of Aaron giving the benediction to the people

Descendants of Aaron giving the benediction to the people
This Priestly Blessing or priestly benediction, also referred to in rabbinic literature as Dukhanen, is a Hebrew prayer recited by Kohanim, (Hebrew Priests, descendants of Aaron)

Background imageJews Collection: Nuptial Ceremony of Portuguese Jews

Nuptial Ceremony of Portuguese Jews
This engraving depicts a wedding of Portuguese Jews. Jewish weddings have various laws and traditions. Some common features of these weddings include a marriage contract known as a ketubah

Background imageJews Collection: The Spouses of the Law Conducted Home

The Spouses of the Law Conducted Home
Depiction of the Spouses of the Law conducted home Date: 1737

Background imageJews Collection: Trespass Offering of the Poor 1840

Trespass Offering of the Poor 1840
This depicts a trespass offering (also known as a guilt offering) which was a sacrifice made as a compensation payment for transgressions that were committed through ignorance

Background imageJews Collection: Purim ceremony 1712

Purim ceremony 1712
Purim is a Jewish holiday that commemorates the saving of the Jewish people from Haman, who had planned to kill all Jews. Purim involves exchanging gifts of food and drink

Background imageJews Collection: ANTI-JEWISH RIOTS

ANTI-JEWISH RIOTS
Jewish property is destroyed and the Jews themselves attacked at Kishineff in Russia 1903

Background imageJews Collection: ROMANIAN JEWS EMIGRATE

ROMANIAN JEWS EMIGRATE
Romanian Jews at the Gare de Lyon, Paris, on their way to Le Havre where they will embark for America where, they feel sure, there will be no discrimination against Jews. Date: 1892



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