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7 Branch Menorah Candelabra Hanukia Brass Hand Painted 4.5x3.5'' Classic For Sale
This is a 3.5x4.5'' High quality modern replica of the seven
branch MENORAHcandelabra used in the ancient
Jewish temple over 2000years ago.
This beautiful replica is 100% hand paited brass
Menorahhas two principal meanings:
Menorah (Temple)- a seven-branched lampstand used in the ancient Tabernacle in the desert and Temple in Jerusalem, a symbol of Judaism since ancient times and the emblem of the modern state of Israel.
Menorah (Hanukkah), a nine-branched candelabrum used on the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah
This is a model of theTempleMenorah. The Bible (Exodus) includes specifications for the design of the Menorah to be placed in the Temple. Menorah has been used as one of the oldest Jewish symbols that appeared on coins, and on the walls and floors of synagogues. After the destruction of the Temple by the Romans, the Menorah was transported to Rome. A stone relief in the Triumphal Arch of Titus in Rome depicts the parade that carried the Menorah in the streets of Rome. There is a controversy whether the Menorah pictured in this relief reflects accurately the shape of the Menorah that was in the Temple.