ISRAEL Sheva Brochos SEVEN BLESSINGS Wedding TOKEN Proof SILVER Medal NGC i87903

ISRAEL Sheva Brochos SEVEN BLESSINGS Wedding TOKEN Proof SILVER Medal NGC i87903
ISRAEL Sheva Brochos SEVEN BLESSINGS Wedding TOKEN Proof SILVER Medal NGC i87903
ISRAEL Sheva Brochos SEVEN BLESSINGS Wedding TOKEN Proof SILVER Medal NGC i87903
ISRAEL Sheva Brochos SEVEN BLESSINGS Wedding TOKEN Proof SILVER Medal NGC i87903
ISRAEL Sheva Brochos SEVEN BLESSINGS Wedding TOKEN Proof SILVER Medal NGC i87903

ISRAEL Sheva Brochos SEVEN BLESSINGS Wedding TOKEN Proof SILVER Medal NGC i87903

Item: i87903 Authentic Coin of. Hanukkah from Tunisia Undated Proof Silver 36mm (26.00 grams) Reference: # 1124 Certification: NGC. PF 65 ULTRA CAMEO 2852470-046 AN EVERLASTING EDIFICE SEVEN BENEDICTIONS, Ring with building atop.

LOVE BROTHERHOOD PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP, Wedding Tent (chuppah) with scroll and wine glass. Literally "the seven blessings" also known as birkot nissuin Hebrew:????? , "the wedding blessings" in Jewish law are blessings that are recited for a bride and her groom as part of nissuin. In Jewish marriages there are two stages: betrothal (erusin) and establishing the full marriage (nissuin). Historically there was a year between the two events, but in modern marriages, the two are combined as a single wedding ceremony.

Though the Sheva Brachot are a stylistically harmonious whole, they are actually a mosaic of interwoven Biblical words, phrases and ideas. It is not certain who composed the benedictions; the text is recorded in the Talmud, but its origin is probably several centuries earlier. In the seventh century, it was traditional for the blessings to be said at the groom's house, and at the house where the bride had spent the night previous to the marriage; this is still the tradition among Jews in some parts of Asia, but in most regions the wedding blessings are now recited towards the end of the formal marriage ceremony, under the Chuppah. These blessing are also recited as part of the week-long festivities celebrating the wedding; in most communities these festive meals occur during the week after the wedding, but among the Mountain Jews they occur during the week before it. Under the chuppah the blessing over wine comes first; at the meal table it comes last, after the Grace After Meals.

If both the bride and the groom were previously married the post wedding celebrations are limited to three days, not seven. In such a case, the blessings are recited only after the very first festive meal, which should take place right after the wedding. In Orthodox Judaism, the first six of the blessings are said only if a religiously valid quorum is present. On weekdays their recitation also requires the presence of at least one person who was not present for any of the previous Sheva Brachot of the couple.

On Shabbat there is no need for a new guest, since the Shabbat itself is considered a new guest. New guests are referred to as new faces Hebrew:???? Old Yemenite Jewish custom The old Yemenite Jewish custom regarding the Sheva Brachot is brought down in Rabbi Yihya Saleh's (Maharitz) Responsa.

The custom that was prevalent in Sana'a before the Exile of Mawza was to say the Sheva Brachot for the bridegroom and bride on a Friday morning, following the couple's wedding the day before, even though she had not slept in the house of her newly wedded husband. In Yemenite custom, the bride was brought to her husband's house only on the following day of their wedding.

On Friday (Sabbath eve) they would pitch a large tent within a garden called al-Jowzah, replete with pillows and cushions, and there, on the next day (Sabbath afternoon), they would repeat the seven benedictions for the bridegroom and bride, followed by prayer inside the tent, before they were dismissed to eat of their third Sabbath meal, at which time some accompanied the bridegroom to his own house to eat with him there. The significance of this practice, according to Maharitz, was that they made the seven blessings even when not actually eating in that place, a practice which differs from today's custom. , officially the State of Israel, is a country in the Middle East, on the southeastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea and the northern shore of the Red Sea. It has land borders with Lebanon to the north, Syria to the northeast, Jordan on the east, the Palestinian territories of the West Bank and Gaza Strip to the east and west, respectively, and Egypt to the southwest. The country contains geographically diverse features within its relatively small area. Israel's economic and technological center is Tel Aviv, while its seat of government and proclaimed capital is Jerusalem, although the state's sovereignty over Jerusalem has only partial recognition. Israel has evidence of the earliest migration of hominids out of Africa. Canaanite tribes are archaeologically attested since the Middle Bronze Age, while the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah emerged during the Iron Age.

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ISRAEL Sheva Brochos SEVEN BLESSINGS Wedding TOKEN Proof SILVER Medal NGC i87903

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