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The Persian Ketubah

The Jews have been an integral part of the Persian Empire since, at least, the ancient historical and biblical era of Cyrus, who let us practice our religion.

Jews in 1839 Meshed were forced to convert to Islam, but secretly lived as Jews.  This Meshed ketubah suggests a Persian prayer rug, but by being in Hebrew and Aramaic, represents mute evidence of the power of the Jewish spirit to resist pressure that threatens survival. Fifty years later, at a Jewish wedding, this ketubah expressed Jewish survival & commitment to Jewish continuity. (Ketubah, Meshed, Persia, 1889, Hebraic Section, Library of Congress Photo).

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The tradition of the ketubah (a Jewish marriage contract) dates back 2000 years, making it one of the earliest documents granting women legal and financial rights. This example records the matrimony of a Jewish couple in 18th-century Ancona, which was known for its splendid ketubot.Italian Ketubah, Ancona, Italy, 1776 BL Or. MS 12377M

Italian ketubah The tradition of the ketubah (a Jewish marriage contract) dates back 2000 years, making it one of the earliest documents granting women legal and financial rights. This example records.

"Stained Glass" | Champagne Edition | Ketubah | Artist: Lee Loebman

Stained Glass: Champagne

"Stained Glass: Champagne" Ketubah by Lee Loebman. One of our Signature Collection ketubahs.

a day and night view of the land around the couples’ family country house, one of their favorite places, with a stylized version of the yellow flowers that explode in the spring by theketubah.com

custom ketubah by stephanie caplan, completely handmade with custom calligraphy and original designs created just for you.

The Moroccan Ketubah - Orthodox Ketubot

Jews have been a small but constant community in Morocco, since the destruction of the Second Temple. In Morocco for centuries, the Jews mixed heavily with the.

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Wedding Ketubah by Enya Keshet

Wedding Ketubah by Enya Keshet

A Kashan Pictorial Silk Rug, 1850s, depicting King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba

A Kashan Pictorial Silk Rug, depicting King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba

Ketubah, Cochin, India 1882.  Lions holding staffs flanking crowned medallion. Two columns and border with roses and other flowers.

Two columns and border with roses and other flowers.

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