Jewish art in late antiquity : the state of research in ancient Jewish art / by Shulamit Laderman.

Antique Jewish art visualized the idea that the essence of God is beyond the world of forms. In the Bible, the Israelites were commanded to build sanctuaries without cult statues. Following the destruction of the Second Temple, Jews turned to literary and visual aids to fill the void. In this access...

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Main Author: Laderman, Shulamith (Author)
Format: Ebook
Language:English
Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2021]
Series:Brill research perspectives. Religion and the arts.
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