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Pro. Bezalel Narkiss


The Bezalel Narkiss Index of Jewish Art

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New !   The Center for Jewish Art Collection at the Digital Library in the The National Library of Israel

Dr. Vladimir Levin


Israeli Russian-speaking TV-channel interviews Dr. Vladimir Levin


A New Publication by the Center for Jewish Art, Beit Tfila and the Vilnius Academy of Arts

The second volume of the catalogue Synagogues in Lithuania
Editors: Aliza Cohen- Mushlin, Sergey Kravtsov, Vladimir Levin, Giedrė Mickūnaite and Jurgita Šiauciūnaitė-Verbickienė (Vilnius: Vilnius Academy of Arts Press, 2012).


A New Publication by Sergey R. Kravtsov:
Di Gildene Royze
The Turei Zahav Synagogue in L’viv

Di Gildene Royze, known also as the Turei Zahav or the Nachmanowicz Synagogue, was built in 1582 in L’viv, Ukraine. The book Di Gildene Royze, edited by Aliza Cohen-Mushlin and Harmen H. Thies, tells the story of this place of prayer, a center of communal life, a monument of architecture, and a site of Jewish memory.
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Prof. Aliza Cohen-Mushlin
Prof. Aliza


3 december 2009

"Hebrew U. Prof. to receive award from German President"

Prof. Bezalel Narkiss. Photo by Dan Porges, Photo Schwartz

Prof. Bezalel


"My Path Through Art"

  • The Center for Jewish Art is the world's foremost institution dedicated to the preservation of the Jewish artistic heritage.
  • The Center for Jewish Art's activities include documentation, research, education and publishing.
  • The Center for Jewish Art's major project is "The Bezalel Narkiss Index of Jewish Art" (former, "The Jerusalem Index of Jewish Art"), an iconographical Jewish art database.


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