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A full-page illustration of Moses and Aaron depicting the season of Tamuz (summer). The standing, bearded Aaron is dressed in a long green tunic and a red garment adorned with bells. He is wearing a breastplate and a large yellow priestly head covering. "קודש לה,'" "Dedicated to the Lord" Aaron holds in his left hand the censer. The bearded Moses is standing to his right, dressed in black clothing and a black hat. In his left hand he is holding the Tablets of Testimony inscribed with the beginning of the Ten Commandments. He is stroking the square stone with his rod, as blood flows from it

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Halberstadt Sefer Evronot | Unknown
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Fol. 78
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1716
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This is one of the four depictions of the four seasons connected to each other by the text which mentions blood as a common motif.
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