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The Jewish World: 365 Days First Printing

The Israel Museum Jerusalem

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ISBN 10: 0810955792 / ISBN 13: 9780810955790
Published by U.S.A.: Harry N. Abrams, 2004
Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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Harry N. Abrams 2004 First Edition, First Printing. Condition: Fine/ with no dust jacket as issued. Pictorial hardboards in near-fine condition; edges square; with very small push-in at bottom spine. This is a beautiful book in an unusual size: approx. 9" wide, 7" tall and 2.3" thick. 744 glossy heavyweight pages of colorful photography of Jewish objects, paintings, maps, etc. - a different item for each day of the year. Original price on back cover. Packaged with care and shipped in a box to arrive in best condition. Complete satisfaction guarantee. The Jewish World: 365 Days is an imaginative book project based on the collections of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Its subject is vast and multifaceted - and well served by the visual richness of images drawn from the Museum's holdings. (from the foreword.). Bookseller Inventory # 150616-4

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Title: The Jewish World: 365 Days First Printing

Publisher: U.S.A.: Harry N. Abrams

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 1st Edition

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A new installment of the successful series features lavish imagery of archaeological finds, ancient manuscripts, artwork, and traditional and ceremonial objects that evoke everyday life in Jewish communities throughout history. 40,000 first printing.


So often, day books are vaguely fancy calendars that seem afraid to commit to any one particular year, the sort of well-meaning gift one never really cracks open. Of course, Abrams' 365 Days series has redefined the day book, but The Jewish World, released in the Jewish calendar year of 5765, is perhaps the most stunning example yet. With hundreds of thousands of artifacts to choose from, the chief curators at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem have assembled a vision of Jewish culture that celebrates the diversity, history and beauty of the Jewish experience back into time and across so many cultures that it feels like time stops altogether. Every page has a beautiful image with concise text that will be of interest to scholars and laypeople alike. Illustrated manuscripts, ceremonial stands, children's drawings, marriage contracts, photographs of early life on kibbutzim, alms boxes, prayer books, temple artifacts, dowry chests, tombstones, modernist paintings, and Hanukkah lamps: this book is both an aesthetic and a spiritual treasure trove. --Mike McGonigal

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