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Feast of Lots
This image is an expression of the festive Jewish holiday called Purim.
As told in the Megillat Esther, the story recounts a time of persecution of the Jews.
Following the destruction of the first Temple in 423 B.C.E., Jews were exiled to Babylonia.
Some 50 years later, Persia conquered Babylon and King Achashverosh established his kingdom in the city of Shushon. The villain in this story was Haman, who convinced the King that the Jews needed to be exterminated. Lots were drawn to decide the date of the annihilation.
Working together, our heroes Mordechai and his niece Esther (who hid her Jewish identity and became the new Queen)) were able to save the...
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