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A rabbi reading the Torah, plaster sculpture in polychrome paintAlsace, early 19th centuryThe rabbi is shown leaning towards the Torah scroll and rests on two rods allowing it to pivot back and forth. An identical sculpture can be found in the book “The Jews and Lorraine, a millennium of history”, edited by the Lorraine Museum (page 207).H_16 cm L_21 cm P_10 cm(6 ¹⁹/₆₄ x 8 ¹⁷/₆₄ x 3 ¹⁵/₁₆ in) 

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France - 75116 - paris
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