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Nicht ganz koscher? Not Quite Kosher?

in Catalog of Catalogs Online

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Editor & Curator

Johannes Reiss.

Collection

Gross Family Collection.

Imprint

Eisenstadt, Austria, 2000. 144 pp., illustrations: 40 col., 24 × 16 cm. German and English.

ISBN

3900907072

Location

Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum (26 September 2000–26 October 2001)

Description

The significance of kosher food in Judaism and its influence on Jews’ religious awareness. Texts from the exhibition explain the laws and history of kashrut. Books and manuscripts (dealing with the laws of kashrut and ritual slaughtering), and other related objects from the Gross Family Collection and the Jewish Museum of Vienna. Listing of kosher eateries/supermarkets in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Descriptive entries. 33 items.

Description

This catalog also contains the texts from the Museum’s earlier exhibition “Der Wein erfreut des Menschen Herz” [Wine That Gladdens the Hearts of Men] (1998).

main keywords

CEREMONIAL OBJECTSHEBREW ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTSKASHRUTPRINTED BOOKS

minor keywords

Challah coversCookbooks/RecipesHamsasHand-washing vesselsHebrew illuminated manuscripts, AzoresHebrew illuminated manuscripts, EgyptHebrew illuminated manuscripts, GreeceHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Italy, 17th–19th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, MoroccoHebrew illuminated manuscripts, YemenMizrachPurim pastries & moldsSeals/Stamps, kosher certificationShechita knivesWine

Related ephemera

Exhibition card, with general overview of the exhibition. 21 × 14.8 cm. German and English.

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