Two representations of Jewish religious ceremonies for the Simcha Torah (the joy of the Torah ), printed from the same plate; in the upper part, view of the Aaron Hakodesh (cabinet for the Torah scrolls); in the lower part, night scene with people chosen to read the Torah being lead to their home, surrrounded by crowd ; illustration to 'Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde', first published in Amsterdam, 1723-43. 1725 Etching and engraving
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