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Obj. ID: 22144
Jewish Architecture
  Wooden Synagogue in Khodoriv (Chodorów), Ukraine

© Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Photographer: Breyer, Alois, 1910-1913

The synagogue was built in the middle of 17th century. The murals was made in 1714. The dates of restoration of synagogue and the wall paintings: 1895, 1905, 193, 1938-39. (Piechotka, M., & K. Piechotka, Bramy Nieba: Bóznice drewniane na ziemiach dzwnei Rzeczypospolitej,182)

The bulk of the building with prayer hall is almost square in plan (12x12,7), covered with a high combined double roof. Two galleries are connected to the building from the west façade. Women's section is adjacent to the prayer hall from the north and south sides. The shape of the building are changed after the last restoration in the 1938-39.

The prayer hall was covered by stepped barrel vault.

The height of the walls of the prayer hall – 7m. The height of the vault – 10,5m. 

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Wooden Synagogue in Khodoriv (Chodorów) | Unknown
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Object Detail
Date
Mid-17th century, murals 1714
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Dates of restorations of the synagogue and its murals: 1895, 1905, 1933, 1938-1939.
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Unknown (Unknown)
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1
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Custom
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Bibliography
Piechotka, M., & K. Piechotka, Bramy Nieba: Bóznice drewniane na ziemiach dzwnei Rzeczypospolitej, rev. ed., (Warszawa: Krupski i S-ka, 1996) Alois Breyer, El Lissitzky, Frank Stella: Wooden Synagogues, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Catalogue, ed. Batsheva Goldman-Ida, (Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 2014) דוידוביץ, דוד, ציורי קיר בבתי כנסת בפולין, )ירושלים: מוסד ביאליק, תשכ"ח( דוידוביץ, דוד, אמנות ואמנים ב בבתי-כנסת של פולין : מקורות, בתי-כנסת של פולין: מקורות, סגנונות, השפעות, [תל-אביב] : הקבוץ המאוחד, תשמ"ב תמר שדמי, הכתובות שעל קירות בתי הכנסת במזרח אירופה – מקורותיהן, משמעות ותפקידן בעיצוב תפיסת החלל ועבודת הקודש, חיבור לשם קבלת תואר "דוקטור לפילוסופיה" (אוניברסיטת בר אילן, רמת גן, אייר תשעא [2011])
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Khaimovich Boris |
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