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Above the >piyyut> for >Shavuot> ארעא ורקיעא ודבהון (Ma@hzor Vitry, ed. S. Hurwitz, 1923, 293, p. 328). is an illustration of the Fourth Commandment, "Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy". Within the panel are two scenes that read from left to right. On the left is a woman wearing a red cloak with a white ermine border, her hair covered by a barret and a scarf or veil. She is lighting a hanging red Sabbath lamp with a long taper. The lamp, resembling a "Juden stern", has a decorated top, two spouts and a drip pan below. On the right, seated facing each other at opposite ends of a table, are a man wearing a pointed Jewish hat and a woman wearing a barret and scarf, both with long red cloaks and holding an oversized goblet. On the table, the two loaves of bread for the Sabbath benediction are covered with a cloth. Hanging above is the red Sabbath lamp with a decorated top, two spouts and a drip pan below. The blue background contains an illegible inscription, possibly Aramaic בריך ועל "Benediction and on..."
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Tiny Ashkenazi Mahzor | Unknown
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Fol. 119v
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1300?
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0149019