Scroll Of Esther
Megillat Esther, “The Scroll of Esther,” is a firsthand account of the events of Purim, written by the heroes themselves—Esther and Mordechai.
The megillah is read twice in the course of the festival: on the eve of Purim, and during Purim day. It is read in the original Hebrew from a parchment scroll.
This is a unique HAND PAINTED Illustration technique that was influenced by the Renaissance style.
The illustrations are of the Megillat Esther manuscripts ( depict the events of the Purim story ).
HAND PAINTED on kosher parchment by Inna Berl.
In the "Kley Kodesh" Megillat Esther you may find Repeating floral design from beginning to the end of the Megillah and Jewish symbols decor between the columns. I have called the Esther Scroll as "Kley Kodesh" because i used in my Illustrations the same sacred vessels that was used in the Holy Temple by the Priests ( Research made by the "Temple Institute in Jerusalem") The illustrations may be found between the columns.
Above the text : Eagles, lions and deers.
Lion The symbol of the tribe of Judah, symbol of personal strength and courage. One of the most popular symbols
of the Jewish ceremonial art.
Deer The symbol of the tribe of Naphtali, symbol of love and grace. Mentioned in Jewish texts
( "Shir Ha Shirim" - " Sonf of Songs" ) and mentioned often in Jewish decorative motives.
Eagle As mentioned in the Zohar III 233a.
First page of the Megillah : Top - a Crown ( "Malchut" )
Middle : Esther, who comes to Ahashverosh.
Sides : Priests ( Kohanim ) with vessels.
Bellow : Holy Temple and two Levites with trumpets.
Last page of the Megillah : Top - Ark of the Covenant ( "Aron Ha Brit" ).
Middle - Jerusalem ( Old City ).
Below - Western wall ( Kotel ) and two Levites with Shofars.
This Megillat Esther can be used in the synagogue for the traditional reading of Megillat Esther on Purim.
TEXT WILL BE ADDED BY SOFER STAM AFTER CLIENTS' ORDER (Ashkenzi / Sephardic). It is possible to add the text by your Sofer Stam as well. please don't hesitate to contact me regarding any questions you have - contact
Height : 45 ( cm ) - 17.7 (Inch )
Length : 450 ( cm ) – 177 ( Inch )
Columns : 20
Rows per column : 21
Material : Parchment
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Five Megillot original height : 13 cm
The Five Scrolls or The Five Megillot (Hebrew: חמש מגילות ), Hamesh Megillot or Chomeish Megillos) are parts of the Ketuvim ("Writings"), the third major section of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible). These five relatively short biblical books are grouped together in Jewish tradition.