Kehillat Ha-Kodesh. Creating the Sacred Community. The Roles of the Rabbi, Cantor, Mohel and Shohet in Jewish Communal Life
|Editors & Curators||
Sharon Liberman Mintz, Elka Deitsch.
New York City, USA, 1996. 70 pp., illustrations: 12 col., 48 b&w, 22.3 × 20.8 cm. English.
Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America (18 December 1996–17 April 1997)
The four professions responsible for fulfilling the essential tasks that define a Jewish community. An examination of their certifications and the books created for their use reveals the scope of their knowledge, the extent of their duties and their relationship with the communities they served. Introductory texts to each profession. Detailed descriptive entries. 58 items.
HEBREW ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS
Hebrew illuminated manuscripts, Bohemia-Moravia & Germany, 17th–19th C
Hebrew illuminated manuscripts, Caribbean
Hebrew illuminated manuscripts, Italy, 17th–19th C
Mohel diplomas, illuminated
Mordechai Sofer Stam of Nitra (scribe-artist)
Prints, Jewish customs & ceremonies
Prints, Jewish figures
Rabbis, illuminated ordinations/appointments
Shechita license, illuminated
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“Kehillat Ha-Kodesh. Creating the Sacred Community. The Roles of the Rabbi, Cantor, Mohel and Shohet in Jewish Communal Life”, in:
Catalog of Catalogs Online, A Bibliography of Temporary Exhibition Catalogs Since 1876 that Contain Items of Judaica
Consulted online on 25 March 2023 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/9789004444522_COCO_CC1416>
First published online: 2019