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“My Beloved is Mine …” Marriage and Womanhood in the Jewish Tradition. An Exhibition Presented by the Women’s Guild of the Judah L. Magnes Museum and Dedicated to Ruth Eis For her Commitment and Devotion

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Editors

Alice Perlman, Jeremy Potash.

Curator

Ruth Eis.

Imprint

Berkeley, Calif., USA, 1982. Booklet, 28 pp., illustrations: 23 b&w, 20.3 × 25 cm. English.

Location

Judah L. Magnes Museum (13 September–14 November 1982)

Description

The woman’s role in Judaism, explored through a variety of art and ceremonial objects associated with the wedding and the home. 7 sections, each with introduction: The Ceremony, The Ring, The Ketubbah, From the Bride’s Hand, From the Groom to the Bride, and For the New Home. Descriptive entries. 102 items.

main keywords

COSTUMEKETUBBOTWEDDING/MARRIAGEWOMEN

minor keywords

AmuletsBesamimBlessing for the HomeBridal garmentsBridal/Wedding beltsCandlesticks/CandelabraChallah coversChuppahHanukkah lampsHavdalah candleholdersKiddush cupsMatzah covers/bagsMezuzah casesMezuzah covers, textileMizrachNeedlework/EmbroideryPaintings, Jewish customs & ceremoniesPesach platesPrayerbooks/MahzorsPrints, Jewish customs & ceremoniesRabbis, garmentsShabbat towelsTalit bagsTefillin bagsWedding gifts (sivlonot)Wedding rings

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