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In the Light of the Menorah: Story of a Symbol Weisbord Exhibition Pavilion Spring - Summer 1998
by Israeli, Yael, edited by.

Publisher Information:
The Israel Museum Jerusalem 1999

Large quarto in dust jacket, 212 pp. color illustrations throughout

Foreword by James S. Snyder. Articles are "Menorah and Olive Branches: The Design Process of the National Emblem of the State of Israel," Alec Meshori, "'Knob and Flower' in the Design of the Menorah," Nogah Hareuveni, "The Menorah of the First and Second Temple Periods in Light of Literary Sources and Archaeological Finds, "Rachal HaChlili and Rivka Merhav, " Between Jerusalem and Rome: The History of the Base of the Menorah as Depicted on the Arch of Titus," Daniel Sperber, "The Menorah as a Messianic Symbol in Antiquity," Dan Barag, "Identity and Hope: The Menorah in the jewish Catacombs of Rome," lili Habas, "The Menorah in Illuminated Hebrew Manuscripts of the Middle Ages," Bezalel Narkiss, "Promise of Redemption: Zechariah's Vision of the Golden Menorah," Rachel Sarfaty, "The Menorah in the Ancient Synagogue," Lee Levine, "The Shadow of the Past or an Image of Theological Truth? The Menorah in Byzantine Illuminated Manuscripts," Elisheva Revel-Neher, "The Menorah and the Cross: The Seven-Branch Candelabrum in the Church," Bianca Kuhnel, "The Menorah in Renaissance Art," Avraham Ronen, "Facinf the Menorah: Jewish Art in the Modern Era," Isir Fischof, "Bina, the Eighth Sfirah: The Menorah in Kabbalah," Moshe Idel, "The Amuletic Menorah," Esther Juhasz, "Present in Its Absence: The Menorah in Israeli Art," Shlomit Steinberg, "From the Arch of Titus to Chocalate Coins: The Menorah in Consumer Goods and Applied Graphics," Daphan Lapidot, "Menorah and Magen David: Two Zionist Symbols," Rachel Arbel.


Language: English Language
Binding: Hardbound
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 18546

Price: $19.50

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