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Von Halle nach Jerusalem. Halle—ein Zentrum der Palästinakunde im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert

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Translated title From Halle to Jerusalem. Halle—a Center of Palestine Studies in the 18th and 19th Centuries
Editor

Rhoda Riccius.

Curators

Hendrik Budde, Mordechay Lewy.

Imprint

Halle, Germany, 1994. 125 pp., illustrations: 60 b&w, 21 × 14.8 cm. German.

Location

Stadtmuseum Halle (5 June–15 July 1994)

Description

The city of Halle as a center for the assemblage, study and preservation of material about the Holy Land. Five main sections, each with extensive texts, on the city’s: Jewish community, collections of Holy Land travel prints (travelogues, maps, and representations of Solomon’s Temple), center for Protestant Missionary activities, model of Solomon’s Temple (in the Kunstkammer of the Franckesche Stiftung), and institutions for Asian and the Oriental studies. Thorough descriptive entries. 115 items.

main keywords

CEREMONIAL OBJECTSERETZ ISRAELHALLEMAPS, HOLY LANDPRINTED BOOKSPRINTSTEMPLE OF JERUSALEM MODELS

minor keywords

BesamimGermanyHistorical documentsHoly Land travelogues/itinerariesMedalsMendelssohn, MosesPrints, Eretz Israel/Holy LandShabbat lampsShapira, Moses WilhelmSynagogues, inscriptions fromTemple of Jerusalem in art/architectureWedding rings, medieval

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