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Jerusalem through the Eyes of Travelers and Settlers. 15th–20th Centuries

in Catalog of Catalogs Online

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Curator

Dalia Tawil.

Imprint

New York City, USA, 1973. Booklet, 20 pp., illustrations: 6 b&w, 28 × 21.5 cm. English.

Location

Yeshiva University Museum (December 1973–April 1974)

Description

A two-part exhibition on Jerusalem. The first section focused on Jerusalem, the Holy City of pilgrimage, as embodied in the art and writing of travelers. The second part addressed the revival of Jewish cultural life in Jerusalem during the 19th C. Main catalog essay, “The Temple in Old Prints and Maps” by Dalia Tawil. Basic descriptions. 100 items.

main keywords

CEREMONIAL OBJECTSERETZ ISRAELHOLY LAND TRAVELOGUES/ITINERARIESJERUSALEMMAPS, JERUSALEMPILGRIMAGEPRINTSTEMPLE OF JERUSALEM IN ART/ARCHITECTURE

minor keywords

AmuletsChallah coversCoinsDrawings/SketchesEtrog containersHistorical documentsHoly Land souvenirsItinerariumKetubbotMizrachNeedlework/Embroidery folk panelsPaintings, Eretz Israel/Holy LandPapercutsPrinted booksPrints, Eretz Israel/Holy LandPrints, TempleSeals/Stamps communitySeals/Stamps, rabbi’sShiviti plaques, paperSukkah decorationsTobacco/Snuff boxesWoodcuts

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