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Places picked by Brani
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October 3, 2020
השרת הכי טוב שתמצאו, כנסו מהר לפני שימחקו אותו!!
September 11, 2020
While the scene of Leda and the Swan (Zeus) is central to this sarcophagus fragment, it certainly belonged to a Jewish person, entombed in the Beit She’arim Necropolis near Haifa, Israel around 300 CE. Pagan mythology may have been disassociated from religion as artistic content for cultured elites.
July 29, 2020
Sea of Galilee
July 2, 2020
Jewish synagogue mosaic emphasizing the symbology of the Temple. Two menorahs flank a curtained “ark” in the center (likely the cupboard for Torah scrolls), around which float rams’ horns, incense shovels, palm fronds and citron. 4th century CE, Hamat Tiberias, Israel.
June 29, 2020
Ossuary (bone box) in the family tomb of Nicanor, a Jewish door-maker. The Talmud claims he ended a storm by casting a door into the sea; it then washed up at his destination. Because of this miracle, his bronze gate on the Temple Mount was retained when others were gilded. 1st century CE, Jerusalem
May 10, 2020
The Cave of the Lone Sarcophagus at Beit She’arim, a Jewish spiritual center of ancient Israel, 220-351 CE. After Sanhedrin (assembly) leader Rabbi Yehudah Hanassi died, the site became a holy necropolis. This rock-hewn courtyard was meant to hold coffins. Burial niches and arcades were made later.
March 8, 2020
Rules are made to be purroken
September 28, 2019
It’s always winter in Tel Aviv. Dizengoff, February 2017. [4000 x 4000]
September 7, 2019
Sleeping with the settlers. African migrant, Tel Aviv. [6000 x 4000]
September 3, 2019
coastal and oceanic landforms