RMBP291Y–INSCRIPTION ON THE MOSAIC FLOOR OF THE 5TH. C. TIBERIAS SYNAGOGUE THE HEBREW TEXT TRANSLATED INTO GREEK PRIZES THE DONOR WHO
RMEC82J2–Hebrew Bible with commentaries by Rashi (1040-1104 AD) and Abravanel (1437-1508), dated 1768.
RMERGP25–Evil Eye, Hebrew amulet. From the 'Sefer Raziel' (Book of Raziel the Angel) a medieval Kabbalah grimoire (textbook of magic).
RMF4M155–Hebrew and Aramaic Inscriptions on a Mosaic Floor Synagogue at Ein Gedi. 6th century CE. Rockefeller Archaeological Museum. Jerusalem. Israel.
RMCT9YWX–Wearing a yarmulke skull cap, an bearded Orthodox Jew reads from a book in Hebrew on an airliner while passengers sleep.
RMRY38DK–John Taylor, 1694-1761. Unitarian minister at Norwich, Hebrew scholar, theologian. From the 1813 edition of The Heads of Illustrious Persons of Great Britain, Engraved by Mr. Houbraken and Mr. Vertue With Their Lives and Characters.
RMDY4XNR–Italy, Rome, Jewish Ghetto, church of San Gregorio della Divina Pietà, bilingual inscription in Hebrew and Latin
RMDEBM9B–Shalom Sephardic Hebrew/Israeli Hebrew: Shalom, Ashkenazi Hebrew/Yiddish: Sholem or Shulem is a Hebrew word meaning peace,
RMCP1DF2–literature, Judaism, Haggadah, genesis, page from Sarajevo - Haggadah, Spain, 14th century, National Library of Sarajevo, historic, historical, religion, Agadah, Jewish Lectio divina, Hebrew, illustration, medieval times, Middle Ages, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMAH1W31–Hagadah Service For Passover Text In Hebrew And English
RMF0BRXY–Mosaic floor from Ein Gedi Synagogue with Hebrew and Aramic inscriptions, 6th century AD, on display at the Rockefeller Museum
RMBRBFPM–Child learning Hebrew in Jewish school, Paris, France
RME1KJ67–Bible in Hebrew, Latin and Arabic
RMA7W9R5–Spain, Andalusia, Cordoba, Hebrew glyph of the synagogue
RFF751P7–Chaos from Hebrew letters
RMDX2TW2–London, UK . 16th Mar, 2014. The festival of Purim is celebrated every year on the 14th of the Hebrew month of Adar in the Jewish calander Credit: Adina Tovy/Alamy Live News
RFR07GW2–A smiling young lady with a Hebrew sign saying 'Free Hug' at the Carmel Market in Tel aviv, Israel.
RMCTWTAA–Sand-stone slab with Aramaic inscription in square Hebrew 3-4th century CE (private collection)
RMAK93CB–Turkey Istambul book in hebrew from the sepharad time
RMEC82J3–Hebrew Bible with commentaries by Rashi (1040-1104 AD) and Abravanel (1437-1508), dated 1768.
RMERH0JP–Noah's Ark - Genesis. Hebrew characters from Genesis VI, verse 14: 'Make thee an ark of gopher wood: with rooms shalt thou
RMDCF4AF–Ancient alphabets, including Hebrew, Phoenician, Greek, with corresponding English characters second from right. Hand-colored woodcut
RMF4GF18–5632 Hebrew Bible, printed in Amsterdam, 18th, C
RMGG2EF4–Page from The Pesach Haggada (in Hebrew), by Ben Rabbi Meir of Heidelberg 14th century Judaism Darmstadt, Landesbibliothek
RMPJ2HJY–Deborah, Hebrew prophet, prophet of Yahweh the God of the Israelites, the fourth Judge of pre-monarchic Israel and the only female judge mentioned in the Bible, and the wife of Lapidoth.
RMJR30JH–Hebrew and Greek Alphabets
RMB2HXAT–alchemy, Mary the Hebrew, figure 17, 'Viridarium Chymicum' by Daniel Stolzius von Stoltzenberg, Frankfurt am Main, 1624, private collection, , Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMBHK8CN–Members of the Hebrew Language Council, 1912. Artist: Unknown
RMG85CMX–Dr. Immanuel Jakobovits, new chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Commonwealth, at his residence in St. John's Wood, London. Pictured with him are 3 of his 6 children, Esther, 14, Shoshana, 11 and Aviva, 9.
RMG39GCN–Hebrew New Year
RM2JHDKM8–Albert Einstein (1879-1955) receiving an honorary Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem by Israel S. Wechsler at Einstein's Princeton home in March, 1949. (USA)
RMC45P4A–Jewish butcher's shop and Hebrew Bookstore in Berlin before 1914
RMW7E80N–Stela with hebrew script commemorating a successful revolt, 9th century BC. Artist: Unknown
RM2B02KRR–Esther (Hebrew: אֶסְתֵּרr), born Hadassah, is the eponymous heroine of the Biblical 'Book of Esther'. According to the Bible, she was a Jewish queen of the Persian king Ahasuerus. Ahasuerus is traditionally identified with Xerxes I (r. 486-465 BCE) during the time of the Achaemenid empire. Her story is the basis for the celebration of Purim in Jewish tradition.
RM2BARJMC–Dead Sea Scrolls in the Shrine of the Book in the Israel Museum Jerusalem, Israel
RM2B2D6XM–Hebrew Orphan Asylum
RMEC82J4–Hebrew Bible with commentaries by Rashi (1040-1104 AD) and Abravanel (1437-1508), dated 1768.
RMERH8MM–Gemara in Aramaic and Hebrew.Volume on Ketubat (contracts), chapter 4. Copied from the 19th century Vilna edition of the Talmud Babli. This typical page is printed with the Gemara and/or Mishnah centered (and in Aramaic) with Rashi's commentary on the inner margin and Tosafot on the outer margin, flanked by other various marginal notations from various prominent Talmudists. This edition was first printed in the 1870s and 1880s,
RMA36RAW–Ancient Hebrew warriors and king. Hand-colored print
RMBP5KJT–5277. Ossuary inscribed in Hebrew: 'Hananiyah Ben Simon'
RF2HJRW8D–Tombstones of the wealthy Hebrew community of Minsk. Belarus (1923)
RMC49JC4–Aerial photograph of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem
RMHRKKEY–Store Selling Hebrew Religious Articles
RMRJY44H–JOHANNES BUXTORF (1564-1629) German Orientalist and Hebrew scholar
RMMM19C2–Hebrew Hospital. Baltimore. 1850
RMDE7FXY–Illustration for the Hebrew poesy book, 1918. Artist: Lissitzky, El (1890-1941)
RMKD3TAM–Ancient Hebrew organ, Macraphe d'Aruchin described in the 'Schilte Haggiborim'. Also mentioned in Kircher, and in the Musica Historica by Wolfgang Gaspar Printz, Dresden 1690.
RMG39KE7–HEBREW HIGH PRIEST
RM2JHDKM5–Albert Einstein (1879-1955) receiving an honorary Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem by Israel S. Wechsler at Einstein's Princeton home in March, 1949. (USA)
RMTA2BE3–A room for biochemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
RMKG98M1–History of Joseph the Hebrew, painting by Andrea del Sarto
RM2B0184X–Russia/Israel: The Star of David in the oldest surviving complete copy of the Masoretic text, the Leningrad Codex, c. 1010 CE. The Leningrad Codex (or Codex Leningradensis) is the oldest complete manuscript of the Hebrew Bible in Hebrew, using the masoretic text and Tiberian vocalization. It is dated AD 1008 (or possibly AD 1009) according to its colophon. The Aleppo Codex, against which the Leningrad Codex was corrected, is several decades older, but parts of it have been missing since 1947, making the Leningrad Codex the oldest complete codex of the Tiberian mesorah that has survived intact
RMP67KHE–The Hebrew University. Class in mathematics. Einstein Institute
RMC2JG3F–Hebrew Children's Card
RM2K0ABAY–Astrolabe with Hebrew characters, c1350. Spanish, gilt brass
RMERGDWG–Development of Hebrew alphabet - table of comparison. Old Hebrew and Samaritan Alphabets. 7th century B.C to modern Hebrew of early 20th century. Column headings (left to right): modern Hebrew; Mesha stone, 875 B.C; Seals, 8th-5th century B.C.; Siloam 700 B.C.; Maccabean coins, 2d cent. B.C.; Hasmonean coins, 2nd and 1st century B.C.; revolutionary coins, 1st and 2nd century; inscriptions 4th & 5th century; MS 1219.
RMBBJEJB–Hebrew prophet Ezekiel walking through the valley of dry bones. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBP5KJR–5277. Ossuary inscribed in Hebrew: 'Hananiyah Ben Simon'
RF2K9W31E–Middlesex Fossils. Dragon Fly. Hebrew Inscription found at Dulwich College 1788
RMC49JC5–Aerial photograph of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem
RM2HJCKXR–Illustration of Micheas, from the Nuremberg Chronicle, circa 1493. Micheas, or Micah, was an 8th century prophet. He is the author of the Book of Micah of the Hebrew Bible.
RMF5J04B–Information panel written in Hebrew. Parking and toilets. Tel Aviv. Israel.
RMMM224T–Hebrew Union College. Cincinnati. 1940
RMP9GJXG–View of the mountains of Qumran in the Judean desert valley, the caves where ancient Hebrew texts…
RFH3FKXY–The figure illustrated represents an ancient Hebrew high priest in full dress. The illustration dates to 1882.
RM2M99YHH–Anglo-Hebrew Church, Mount Zion, Jerusalem.
RM2G4K53E–Middle East, Israel, Jerusalem, biblical scene from the book of Nehemiah (book of the Hebrew Bible), ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT HAS NOT TO BE CLEARED
RMTA24GT–Photo of a biochemistry hall at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
RMRB8YWN–War Bonds Poster in Hebrew
RMDECCG9–Hebrew Orphan Asylum on the NRHP since October 28, 2010, at 2700 Rayner Ave., Baltimore Maryland. Most or all of old building closed, but a new building is attached with some activity.
RMH7P9YF–King David 1460 Oberschwaben Ulm German Germany ( David according to the Hebrew Bible, was the second king of the united Kingdom of Israel and Judah 1010–970 BC )
RMP68Y83–Photograph of the Chemistry laboratory at The Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Dated 1936
RMC2JG37–Hebrew Children's Card
RMKCET71–Campus of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem Israel circa 1950
RMERGMT5–Page from illuminated Hebrew bible. Written in Spain, 1476, 922 pages, often refered to as the Kennicott Bible.
RMBBJE1J–Solomon's servants hewing the cedars of Lebanon to build the Hebrew temple in Jerusalem. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBP251D–737. GROUP OF 8TH - 7TH C. B.C. HEBREW SIGNED RINGS