1 edition of The menorah found in the catalog.
Written in English
The menorah, the seven-branched candelabrum, has traversed millennia as a living symbol of Judaism and the Jewish people. Naturally, it did not pass through the ages unaltered. The Menorah explores the cultural and intellectual history of the Western world"s oldest continuously used religious symbol. This meticulously researched yet deeply personal history explains how the menorah illuminates the great changes and continuities in Jewish culture, from biblical times to modern Israel. Though the golden seven-branched menorahs of Moses and of the Jerusalem Temple are artifacts lost to history, the best known menorah image survives on the Arch of Titus in Rome. Commemorating the Roman destruction of Jerusalem in 70 CE, the arch reliefs depict the spoils of the Temple, the menorah chief among them, as they appeared in Titus"s great triumphal parade in 71 CE. Steven Fine recounts how, in 2012, his team discovered the original yellow ochre paint that colored the menorah--an event that inspired his search for the history of this rich symbol from ancient Israel through classical history, the Middle Ages, and on to our own tumultuous times. Surveying artifacts and literary sources spanning three thousand years--from the Torah and the ruins of Rome to yesterday"s news--Fine presents the menorah as a source of fascination and illumination for Jews, Samaritans, Christians, and even Freemasons. A symbol for the divine, for continuity, emancipation, national liberation, and redemption, the menorah features prominently on Israel"s state seal and continues to inspire and challenge in surprising ways. --
Includes bibliographical references (pages 247-273) and index.
|LC Classifications||BM657.M35 F56 2016|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 279 pages|
|Number of Pages||279|
|LC Control Number||2016018189|
About this Item: The Menorah Journal, Inc., Camden NJ, Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First American Edition. 26 x 18 cm. b/w frontispiece illustration by William Zorach (Sculpture), iv, , vi-viii pp., ads Articles are "A Social Philosophy for Jews," Alvin Johnson, "The Kinship of Greek and Hebrew Poetry," Moses Hadas, "Flight: Chapters from a Novel," Irving Fineman. The Hanukkah menorah, or hanukiah, is a nine-branch lamp used to celebrate, remember, and honor the miracle of consists of a center branch with four branches on each of its sides. Eight of its branches are to be lit on each day of Hanukkah, which lasts eight days, while the ninth branch is the shamash, or "helper" branch, which is used to light the other branches.
The original Hanukkah menorah dates to B.C.E., when a band of Jews, led by Judah the Maccabee, defeated its Syrian oppressors in a hard-fought battle. As the Jews reclaimed their temple and lit its golden candelabrum, their only supply of oil, which should have Author: Roxanna Coldiron. Hanukkah begins at sundown on Sunday, December 22nd and ends at sundown on Monday, December 30th. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. Videos you watch may be added to the TV's watch history and influence TV recommendations. To avoid this, cancel and sign in to YouTube on your computer.
The Menorah Book Club discusses a broad range of books of Jewish and general interest. Recent books discussed have included The Liars Gospel by Naomi Alderman, My Father’s Paradise by Ariel Sabar, and Dear Life by Nobel prize winner Alice Munro. A beautifully illustrated children's book, Menorah in the Night Sky by Jacques J.M Shore, draws on the miraculous events of Chanukah - the Festival of Lights - and tells the meaningful, yet simple story of two young boys, best friends in a lonely camp during the Holocaust, whose faith and hope brings them their own Chanukah ted from their families and far from their homes, Zev Seller Rating: % positive.
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The menorah was solid gold and was meant to hold only pure olive oil, which “is sometimes a symbol for purity and for the Holy Spirit and its influence” (Guide to the Scriptures, “Oil,” ). Nothing impure can enter God’s kingdom (see 3 Nephi ). Gives light.