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This exhibit shares fun facts, curriculum content, liturgy, and other resources surrounding Shavuot around the Jewish world and in various Jewish languages.

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Shavuot Recordings in Ladino

Ketuba de la Ley, Mollie Cohen, 1930s-40s

Ketuba de la Ley, Berta Aguada, Çannakale tradition. 1983

Ketuba de la Ley, Sephardic Bikkur Holim, Seattle

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Hénas ho Kýrios, a piyyut in Judeo-Greek for Shavuot, c. 16th-17th century,
via OpenSiddur)

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Ayn Adir k'Adonai (There is none like God), Judeo-Arabic translation circa 17th-century, via OpenSiddur

Shavuot Piyyut
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