5 edition of ketuba found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Ketubah be-ʻiṭurim.|
|Statement||David Davidovitch ; foreword, Cecil Roth.|
|LC Classifications||ND2935 .D3813 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||85001247|
The ketubah is one of the most important features of a Jewish wedding. This marriage contract is signed just before the ceremony and becomes a lifelong contract to be honored by the bride and groom. Because it’s such an important document, many couples choose a ketubah that doubles as a beautiful work of art they can display in their home. The Collection. The ketubah (plural ketubot) is the standard marriage contract that Jewish law requires a groom to provide for his bride on their wedding is intended to protect the woman, primarily by establishing the man’s financial obligations to her in case of divorce or widowhood.
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Love Tree 3 Ketubah Jewish Marriage Document, Personalized Ketubah, Customized Ketubah available with choice of texts including Reform, Interfaith, Conservative and Orthodox out of 5 stars 1 $ $ The Marriage Contract (Ketubah)The ketubah is a unilateral agreement drawn by witnesses in accordance with Jewish civil law, in which they testify that the husband guarantees to his wife that he will meet certain minimum human and financial conditions of marriage, "as Jewish husbands are wont to do.".
It is not a ceremonial document of scripture or : Maurice Lamm. The reading of the entire Aramaic marriage contract is an honored tradition. Maimonides said, "The custom of our fathers is law, and custom was to read the ketubah aloud.".
Ketuba book origin of the reading is probably the twelfth-century scholar, Rabbenu : Maurice Lamm. A Conservative ketubah text is a ketuba book Jewish contract and requires that both the bride and groom be Jewish.
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The elegant flowers and leaves appear layered with subtle. Because the ketubah was preserved, it became the lasting memento of the wedding ceremony, and the custom arose to make (a storage space in a Cairo synagogue for worn unusable Hebrew books and discarded Hebrew documents).
In Vienna's National Library, are preserved four parchment fragments of a ketubah written in Krems, Austria, in. After the Groom hands the Ketubah over to the Bride at the Chupah Ceremony, it is her responsibility to take special care to safeguard it in her home and not to lose it. According to rabbinic regulations it is forbidden for a man to live with his wife for even just one hour without the Ketubah.
In a case of loss, one should check with the rabbi who officiated the wedding, they usually have a.Buy Jewish Wedding Ketubahs online from our huge gallery. Judaic Connection provides moders, traditonal, orthodox Ketubah collections, artists etc. Shop and get free shipping on all orders over $Modern Ketubahs are personalized works of art, including both the text of the symbolic Jewish marriage contract and artwork in the margins.
The text of modern ketubahs (or ketubot, the plural in Hebrew) has been adapted to fit better the modern understanding of marriage as a partnership based in love and commitment, not legality.