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Lihoed Maroc. Morocco and the Jews. A Shared History. Exhibition Texts

in Catalog of Catalogs Online

(201 words)

Curator

Mohamed Saadouni.

Collection

Dahan-Hirsch.

Imprint

Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2005. 41 pp., no illustrations, 29.8 × 21.3 cm. English.

Location

Bijbels Museum (22 September 2005–15 January 2006)

Description

The history and culture of Moroccan Jewry. Historical introduction. Individual sections, each with introductory texts and list of objects, on: rural and city communities, popular beliefs and saints, synagogue and cult objects, festivals and ceremonies, costume, emigration, etc. Also includes brief introduction to the 400-year-old relationship between Morocco and the Netherlands. 228 items.

main keywords

CEREMONIAL OBJECTSCOSTUMEJEWELRYMOROCCONETHERLANDSPHOTOGRAPHSSYNAGOGUESTORAH ORNAMENTS

minor keywords

AmuletsArchaeological findsBook bindingsBridal garmentsCircumcision clothsCircumcision implements/objectsCoinsDeath/MourningHamsasHanukkah lampsHead coverings, women’sHistorical documentsHistorical photographsKetubbotKiddush cupsMezuzah casesMusicNeedlework/EmbroideryPaintings, Jewish customs & ceremoniesPilgrimagePortraits, rabbisPostcardsPrinted booksRimmonimScrolls of Esther, casesSynagogue lampsSynagogues, MoroccoTalit bagsTobacco/Snuff boxesTombstones, MoroccoTorah bindersWedding/MarriageYadYahrzeit/Memorial lamps

Related ephemera

Exhibition leaflet, 6 pp., 5 col., b&w illus., 21 × 10 cm; Invitation to exhibition opening, 21 September 2005, single card, 3 b&w illus., 21 × 14.8 cm.

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