And I shall dwell among them: historic synagogues of the world

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Aperture, 1995 - Religion - 175 pages
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For nearly 2,000 years, from the year A.D. 70 until the founding of Israel in 1948, the Jewish people were without a homeland. But wherever they wandered during the great diaspora, the tradition of building synagogues continued. This magnificent book preserves the irreplaceable spiritual, architectural, and cultural significance of these structures in nearly 200 striking color photos of synagogues all over the world. Traveling exhibition.

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This volume offers exquisite reproductions of excellent photographs of little-known synagogues around the world. In his images taken in India, Italy, the Caribbean, and the Middle East, among other ... Read full review

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Folberg, born in San Francisco and raised in the Midwest, a studen & colleague of the late Ansel Adams and is winner of the 1996 National Jewish Book Award

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