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Rugby R. H. Guest Waterloo and England Featured 10 Jan 2019 Print

Rugby R. H. Guest Waterloo and England

R. H. Guest, rugby player for Waterloo and England, preparing to throw in during the County Championships between Lancashire and Eastern Counties. The match was described by Louis T. Stanley, sports critic in The Sketch as "the dullest match of the year". Apparently the man next to him read a book and the woman in front was absorbed in her knitting! Date: 1948

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Unclean Animals Judaism Featured 10 Jan 2019 Print

Unclean Animals Judaism

In Judaism, the concept of impure or unclean animals, plays a prominent role in Jewish law that specifies which foods are allowed (kosher) and which are forbidden to eat. In the Torah, some animals are named as pure or impure, whilst others are classified by other criteria that make them either pure or impure. To be pure an animal must be slaughtered and cleaned according to specific regulations. Land-dwelling animals that both chew the cud and have cloven hooves, are kosher. Camels, hare, pigs and boars are considered unclean animals because they do not meet these characteristics. Date

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Descendants of Aaron giving the benediction to the people Featured 10 Jan 2019 Print

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). According to the Torah ( the five books of Moses) Aaron, a high priest and brother of Moses, blessed the people after offering sacrifices and promises. He stated that he would place his name on the Kohanim (hebrew priests) hands and bless the Jews. This practice still occurs today in Jewish synagogues where Kohanim bless the worshipers in the synagogue during special Jewish prayer services. This engraving is of the synagogue of the Portuguese Jews at The Hague. Date: 1737

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