A printed amulet from Tunis, ca. 1900.
guedj amulet, tunis

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Street cook, Tunis, 1899

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Title page of Sefer Hatashbetz

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Tefillin in Amsterdam Bijbels Museum

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Drawing of Ginsburg and rabbis, The Jewish Advocate, 1877

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Hennaed hands

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