Nehardea No. 4, April 1990

At the center of the issue are the opening events of the Museum of Babylonian Jewry, quotes from state leaders who honored the opening ceremony. Also are published descriptions of the restoration and design of the goldsmith shop in the Museum. In addition, you can read about what is happening in the Babylonian community, and more.

Out of a round vessel emerge eight thin canes with a small saucer at the end. In the center of the vessel stands the Shamash, higher than the rest of the canes.
Hanukkah Lamp from the Hannukah exhibition in the Museum.

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