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Img. ID: 261035

© CAHJP, Photographer: Unknown, 1920s

Artist's inscription:

לפרט זה לי ימים רבים / שהלכתי בארצו' החיים ויצאתי / ידי חובתי להשלמת ציור הסיפה אשר / נדבו לבות ברים ה'ה' אלופי חברא ק' [קדישה] / גמילות ח' [חסד] לזכות את הרבי' ואל יוצר / הרים יצילינו מכל צרים / לדור דורים א'כ'י'ר'

Date: Many day that I went in the lands of the life and fullfilled my obligations to finish the paintingwhich was donated by the heads of the Hevra Kadishа Gmilut Hesed to bless others, and God the creator of mountains will save us from every distress forever, amen, will be His will.

על ידי הפועל / העוסק במלאכת / הקודש חיים בהרר / יצחק אייזק סגל זצ"ל / מק"ק [קהילת קודש] סלוצק הבירה

By a worker who makes holy work, Hayyim son of R. Yitzhak Aizik Segal from the holy community of Slutsk the capital.


Inscription in the lower part of the dome reads:

שלא לאבד נפשו ורוחו יפשפש במעשיו בעוד שהוא בגבורות וכוחו כי היוצר הרים מגיד לאדם מה שיחו לשונו ופיו ישמור שלא יבאיש שמן ריחו 

Inscription at the upper part of the wall reads:

...תנה הודך על השמים [תהלים ח, ב] (בהקפה ששית יאמר) צדיק ה' בכל דרכיו [ספר השל"ה, מסכת סוכות, פרק נר מצוה (יט)]

Inscription in the right part of the wall is illegible.

Inscription in the left side of the wall gives the name of a female donor but is hardly legible:

לפרט וגם היא ע... / תכובד מנשים אשר... / הלא הי רחל .... / משה

Name/Title
Great Wooden Synagogue in Mogiliov | Unknown
Object Detail
West side
Settings
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Date
1740
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Origin
Belarus | Mahiloŭskaia vobl. | Mogiliov (Mogilev, Mahiloŭ)
| Shulhoyf (Shkolishche), Grazhdanskaia St.
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Unknown
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0
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Custom
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Main Surveys & Excavations
Bibliography

Biuleten' manitorynhu histarychnai prastory, 1/2016: Sinahohi Belarusi, pp. 146-149 with photos of 1937.

Toeplitz, Shimshon. “Min ha-omanut ha-amamit: mlekhet-tziyur be-batei knesiot.” Rimon, no. 3 (1923): 1–7.
Toeplitz, Shimshon. “Fun der folkskunst: shuln-molerey.” Milgroym, no. 3 (1923): 1–7.
Lissitzky, El. “Beit ha-kneset be-mohilev: zikhronot.” Rimon, no. 3 (1923): 9–12.
Lissitzky, El. “Vegn der moliver shul: zikhroynes.” Milgroym, no. 3 (1923): 9–13.
Wischnitzer, Rachel. “Kishutei beit-ha-kneset be-mohilev al nahar dniepr.” He-avar 15 (1968): 251–53.
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Negative/Photo. No.
A364054