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Passover Splendor: Cherished Objects for the Seder Table
Barbara Rush (au)
The springtime Jewish festival of Passover commemorates the liberation of the children of Israel from Egyptian slavery. The festival provides an opportunity to teach the lesson of freedom to the next generation. The service (called a seder) takes place at dinner. The focal point is the seder table, laid with ritual objects for commemorating the holiday as well as for serving food. Plates, wine goblets, cloths and coverings, the Haggadah (the special prayer book of the service) -- all are crucial components of the holiday. With more than 60 color photos celebrating the finest ritual objects from museums and private collections around the world, this book retells the Passover story, explains the parts of the seder, and includes traditional prayers and songs.
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