Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Hanukkah Menorah

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One of the oldest symbols of the Jewish faith is the menorah, a seven-branched candelabrum used in the Temple. The kohanim lit the menorah in the Sanctuary every evening and cleaned it out every morning, replacing the wicks and putting fresh olive oil into the cups. encyclopedia of Jewish history and culture

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Anonymous said...

This is an inaccurate rendering of a menorah. There aren't enough "branches."

Chrissie said...

And they have to be all at the same level (apart from the Shamash candle) to make it Kosher.

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