3 edition of Using Jewish artefacts found in the catalog.
Using Jewish artefacts
Frances Le Pla
1996 by Northamptonshire County Council), NIAS (Spencer Centre,Lewis Rd.,Northampton NN5 7BJ in Northampton) .
Written in English
|Statement||Frances Le Pla and Ruth Holmwood.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
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White or cream wool, linen, silk or rayon with black or blue stripes across the ends, a full-size tallit is cm x 60 cm. At the corners tzitzit (knotted fringes) are reminders of the 5 books of the Law & the commandments. Their origin is in Numbers 15 v. Worn by males & some females during services & for daily prayer.
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The torah is the holy book of Judaism. It includes the first five books of Moses: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. These books are referred to as "the Pentateuch" in Judaism. The Jewish scribes who construct torah scrolls take great care to keep the exact text of the ancient torah intact.
The Jewish holy book is called the Torah. The Torah is written in Hebrew. It is the first five books of the Hebrew Bible. Christians call this book The Old Testament. The kippah (in Yiddish, yarmulke) is worn during prayer services by men, and has become optional for women as well in Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist congregations.
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