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The Artof Purim2010

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THE ART OF PURIM celebrates the foiled attempt to kill all the Jews of the Persian Empire in the 5th c., BCE. The Book of Esther relates the story and is read today from a scroll called “The …

THE ART OF PURIM celebrates the foiled attempt to kill all the Jews of the Persian Empire in the 5th c., BCE. The Book of Esther relates the story and is read today from a scroll called “The Megillah.” It is the only book of the Hebrew Bible that does not include the name of God. THE ART OF PURIM has wall paintings from the 3rd c., CE and includes illuminated manuscripts, groggers, and contemporary artworks.


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