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Lessingimages.com - Ketubah, a Jewish marriage contracKetubah, a Jewish marriage contract from Persia. This contract of marriage is decorated with a traditional Persian symbol,the half-moon rising over lions. From Persia. Watercolour on paper, 95 x 68 cm t from Persia.

Lessingimages.com - Ketubah, a Jewish marriage contracKetubah, a Jewish marriage contract from Persia. This contract of marriage is decorated with a traditional Persian symbol,the half-moon rising over lions. From Persia. Watercolour on paper, 95 x 68 cm t from Persia.

PERSIAN MULTILAYER papercut ketubah / wedding vows by RuthMergi

PERSIAN MULTILAYER papercut ketubah / wedding vows

Ketubah, Jewish marriage contract, from Meshed, Iran, early 19th. Written in Arabic and Persian to conform to the customs of the Moslems of Meshed. There was always a secret ketubah written in Aramaic and Hebrew. Paper, 88 x 60 cm   Haaretz Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel

Ketubah, Jewish marriage contract, from Meshed, Iran, early 19th. Written in Arabic and Persian to conform to the customs of the Moslems of Meshed. There was always a secret ketubah written in Aramaic and Hebrew. Paper, 88 x 60 cm Haaretz Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel

Adam Rhine Judaic Art  www.hebrewart.com  Chalom, Magen David, and Illuminated Series, as well as New and Upcoming Ketubot Designs by talented Judaic artist, Adam Rhine

Adam Rhine Judaic Art www.hebrewart.com Chalom, Magen David, and Illuminated Series, as well as New and Upcoming Ketubot Designs by talented Judaic artist, Adam Rhine

Ish Yehudi haya B'Shushan" - Illustrated poster for Purim. [Persian Kudistan, end of 19th century or beginning of 20th century].  Ink and pa...

Ish Yehudi haya B'Shushan" - Illustrated poster for Purim. [Persian Kudistan, end of 19th century or beginning of 20th century]. Ink and pa...

Jews in 1839 Meshed were forced to convert to Islam, but secretly lived as Jews.  This Meshed ketubah suggests a Persian prayer rug, but by being in Hebrew and Aramaic, represents mute evidence of the power of the Jewish spirit to resist pressure that threatens survival. Fifty years later, at a Jewish wedding, this ketubah expressed Jewish survival & commitment to Jewish continuity. (Ketubah, Meshed, Persia, 1889, Hebraic Section, Library of Congress Photo).

Jews in 1839 Meshed were forced to convert to Islam, but secretly lived as Jews. This Meshed ketubah suggests a Persian prayer rug, but by being in Hebrew and Aramaic, represents mute evidence of the power of the Jewish spirit to resist pressure that threatens survival. Fifty years later, at a Jewish wedding, this ketubah expressed Jewish survival & commitment to Jewish continuity. (Ketubah, Meshed, Persia, 1889, Hebraic Section, Library of Congress Photo).

Venice (Italy), 1614 by The Jewish Museum Based on a sephardic family ketubah, closer to my colors and absolutely beautiful.

Venice, Italy, 1614 - Museum Collection

Venice (Italy), 1614 by The Jewish Museum Based on a sephardic family ketubah, closer to my colors and absolutely beautiful.

A Kashan Pictorial Silk Rug, 1850s, depicting King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba

A Kashan Pictorial Silk Rug, 1850s, depicting King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba

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