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Object ID: 729
Spice container Unknown
Object ID: 12086
Prayer House at 25 Łucka St. in Warsaw Unknown
Object
Synagogue
Iconographical Subject
Eagle (of the Four Animals)
Picture ID: 143
Ceiling of the Beit Tefilah Benyamin Synagogue in Chernivtsi (Cernăuţi) Unknown
Iconographical Subject
Eagle (of the Four Animals)
Picture ID: 7988
Torah finials Torah finials
Iconographical Subject
Eagle (of the Four Animals)
Picture ID: 3814
Marot Ha-sulam Synagogue in Neve Zedek, Tel Aviv - Ceiling with the Four Animals Unknown
Object
Synagogue
Iconographical Subject
Eagle (of the Four Animals)
Picture ID: 7992
Torah finials Torah finials
Iconographical Subject
Eagle (of the Four Animals)
Picture ID: 4270
Torah finial with Zodiac signs and Four animals Rimonim (Torah finials)
Picture ID: 4819
Beit Tefilah Benyamin Synagogue in Chernivtsi - Ceiling Unknown
Iconographical Subject
Eagle (of the Four Animals)
Picture ID: 6426
Synagogue in Łańcut - unedited photographs Unknown
Iconographical Subject
Eagle (of the Four Animals)
Picture ID: 6427
Synagogue in Łańcut - unedited photographs Unknown
Iconographical Subject
Eagle (of the Four Animals)
Picture ID: 6475
Great Synagogue in Dąbrowa Tarnowska, Exterior before restoration Unknown
Object
Synagogue
Iconographical Subject
Eagle (of the Four Animals)
Picture ID: 6536
Synagogue in Rymanów Unknown
Object
Synagogue
Iconographical Subject
Eagle (of the Four Animals)


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