Shiviti plaque, Jerusalem, 1906

Shiviti plaque, Jerusalem, 1906. The scribe, Shalom ben Sa’adia Halevi dedicated the plaque to the memory of his father. A shiviti plaque was usually hung in a synagogue to inspire the congregation to more devout prayer. It contains both traditional and mystical imagery. A newly acquired addition to the Yale University Library Collection.

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