4 edition of Bet ha-keneset shel Dura-Evropos ṿe-tsiyuraṿ found in the catalog.
On verso of t.p.: The Synagogue of Dura-Europos and its firescoes.Bibliography: p. 193-196.Includes index.
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Adler, Elias Wolff, Abram Weinberg, and Jacob Gans. Their names were Joseph Wile, Samuel Marks, Joseph Katz, Gabriel Wile, Meyer Rothschild, Henry Levi, Jacob Altman, Joseph Altman, A.
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes• It is one of the finest of the buildings devoted to public worship in the city. Among them Simon Hays has been president of the Common Council, and Marcus Michaels and Isaac Wile have served as school commissioners. While it is almost entirely maintained by the Jewish residents, its work for the neighborhood is entirely nonsectarian, and its benefits are appreciated by all, irrespective of creed or race.
In the year 1856 a building formerly a Baptist church was purchased on St.
Associated Locale naf Barcelona Spain• But they all returned, and Ez Raanon was dissolved in 1883 and its building on Hyde Park sold for the erection of residences. After an intermission of two years and six months the present rabbi, Dr. A Social Settlement was founded in Rochester in 1900, and it owns a building on Baden street. No congregation prays regularly at the Sinagoga Major, but it is used for festive occasions; Sinagoga Major• Until 1881 Berith Kodesh was the only Jewish congregation in Rochester, with the exception of Ez Raanon, founded in 1870 by a few members who had seceded from the older congregation on account of its introduction of family pews.
The Men's Benevolent Society, connected with Congregation Berith Kodesh, was formed in 1850, and the Jewish Women's Aid Society in 1865. Isaac Mayer from 1856 to 1859.
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It has been described as one of the oldest synagogues in Europe.
After many centuries of use for other purposes, the building re-opened as a synagogue and museum in 2002.