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Obj. ID: 33642  Tombstone of Joseph son of Benjamin in Ptuj, Slovenia, 1371

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The tombstone is a stela with a protruding border. Its upper part is broken. The Hebrew epitaph reads:

[אבן]

הזאת אשר

שמתי מצבה [בראשית כח, כב]

לראש ר' יוסף

ב'ר' בנימן הנהרג

ביום ו' באחד

לירח מרחשון

שנת ק'ב'ל' לאלף

הששי ת'נ'צ'ב'ה'

א'א'א' סלה

And this stone, which I have set for a pillar [Gen. 28:22]

To the head of r. Joseph

Son of r. Benjamin, that was murdered

On Friday, the first day

of the month of Marheshvan

The year 132 in the sixth

Millenium [=11 October 1371]. May his soul be bound in the bundle of life

Amen, amen, amen, selah

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Researcher
Vladimir Levin | 2019
Architectural Drawings
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Computer Reconsdivuction
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Language Editor
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Donor
Project Digitization of Jewish Heritage in Slovenia | 2019-2020

Ministry of Science
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