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Leifheit bat Asher owned a copy of the oldest printed Jewish prayer book. Was she also called to the Torah?
Judaism, Land of Israel
About a year after the renowned scholar’s Talmud set finally found its way home, his Mishna has too…
Greek songs and stories, a book from Morocco, and one ruby-eyed snake ring…
Printed in Rome, this book was once part of an Italian prince’s library. Years later it made its way to Argentina, and eventually to Israel. The tome is now over 550 years old…
A battered copy of “In the Heart of the Seas,” rescued from anti-Semitic riots in Germany, was returned to its author, S.Y. Agnon, with a letter telling the incredible story of its survival
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