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Badge with Shrine of Edward the Confessor | British | The Met
A fifteenth-century pilgrim badge symbolising a visit to the shrine of Edward the Confessor at Westminster Abbey. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Chasse with The Crucifixion and Christ in Majesty | French | The Met
The shape of this chasse, or container for the relics of a saint, is one of the most commonly produced during the Middle Ages, and the scenes of the Crucifixion, Christ in Majesty, and Apostles are so standard that it is impossible to say what relics it originally housed
Africa | Temple pendant (rihana); silver gilt and glass beads; fibula on top for attaching the ornament to fabric and bonnets, showing the three "mihrab" openings and seven chains with filigree pendants, depicting hands. | Djerba
detail Tibetan prayer flag
My friend Carl got another job and as a farewell gift Klaas, made a notebook (handmade/handbound) for Carl. As a cover Klaas used a photo of mine. Benny made a nice poem. Since Carl has a school project going on in Tibet he is much intertwined with Tibet. More of Carl's project in Tibet can be seen at: www.tibetnaarschool.nl/
Learn about Judaic Symbols, the six-pointed star of David and the Menorah. An easy guide to the most common religious symbols – meaning and history.
The torah is the focal point of the synagogue--kept in the Holy Ark (Aron ha-Kodesh). On Sabbaths, Mondays, Thursdays and holy days the Torah is removed from the ark and read in front of the congregation. These particular rimmonim probably come from a magnificent Torah mantle that was made for the Sephardic synagogue in Amsterdam in the late Seventeenth Century.
Turkoman silver pendant decorated with carnelian featuring a menorah and the Judean lions. by Turkoman silversmith master
Turkoman silver pendant decorated with carnelian featuring a menorah and the Judean lions. is a jewelry by Turkoman silversmith master which was uploaded on May 4th, 2009. The jewelry may be purchased as wall art, home decor, apparel, phone cases, greeting cards, and more. All products are produced on-demand and shipped worldwide within 2 - 3 business days.