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tried many times to teach Moses how to make a menorah. But whenever Moses
set about making one, he couldn't remember what it was supposed to look
like. God even drew a picture of a menorah on Moses' palm and told him
to copy it. Still, Moses could not do it. So God told Moses to throw a
piece of gold into a fire. And the first menorah formed itself." Powdal
tells the story of the menorah in a delightful way. If you've ever wondered
about the origin of this symbol, this is the book for you.
Jews -- History -- 586 B.C.-70 A.D.
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