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Jewish Calendar 2007 by London The Jewish Museum

Jewish Calendar 2007  by London The Jewish Museum
  • Author London The Jewish Museum
  • Title Jewish Calendar 2007
  • Category Religion & Spirituality
  • Subcategory Judaism
  • ISBN 0883634082
  • ISBN13 978-0883634080
  • Size PDF 1310 kb
  • Size FB2 1256 kb
  • Size EPUB 1782 kb
  • Publisher Universe; 16m Wal edition (June 20, 2006)
  • Language English
  • Rating 4.6
  • Votes 501

<I>The Jewish Calendar 2007,</I> now in its twenty-second year of publication, features spectacular images from The Jewish Museum of London. The museum’s collections, the finest in the world, explore many aspects of Jewish life from medieval times to the present day. Forty-eight full-color illustrations of Judaic ceremonial and historical masterpieces are beautifully reproduced in this lovely calendar, which spans 16 months, from September 2006 to December 2007. It includes all national and Jewish holidays, as well as Sabbath candle-lighting times, weekly Torah portions, a list of Jewish holidays through the year 2011, and four wallet-size calendars.


Reviews about Jewish Calendar 2007 by London The Jewish Museum


Dark_Sun
I've bought this calander for many years now. I love the artwork/photos and the explanations that go along with the art. The layout of the calander is very good too; there is plenty of room to write things in it.
invincible
The Jewish New Year starts in September and so does this calendar, which covers 16 instead of 12 months. This calendar is larger than other Jewish calendars I've seen, and it's pages are sturdy, not flimsy. The calendar art is from the Museum's collection of Jewish ceremonial and cultural art, and except for February, each month has one full-page art feature plus 2 smaller ones within empty calendar boxes. It identifies all Jewish holidays as well as all national holidays. Weekly Torah portions and Shabbat and holiday candle-lighting times are noted. Four wallet calendars with the Jewish holidays are also included. While primarily of Jewish interest, the calendar is also appropriate for Gentile Christians (like myself) who note the timing of Jewish holidays for commemorative or typological significance.
Xor
I enjoy the calendar with the lovely pictures and both the Jewish dates and holidays and the American dates and holidays. It also has candle lighting time on the back page. I find it very useful.
Talvinl
I particularly like this calendar because it is so a propos for the Jewish

year, the museam pieces are lovely and there is lots of space to fill in dates and memos.