- (1892-1960)Israeli sculptor. He was born in Russia, studied sculpture in Chicago, and in 1918 emigrated to Palestine. His work includes a monument to the soldier and pioneer Joseph Trumpeldor and his comrades.
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MELNIKOFF, AVRAHAM — (1892–1960), Israeli sculptor. Born in Russia, Melnikoff studied in Vienna and the U.S. He came to Ereẓ Israel in 1918 and left for England in 1934, returning in 1960. Melnikoff was one of the pioneers of sculpture in modern Israel. His best… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Melchior, Marcus — (1897–1969) Chief rabbi of Denmark. Under Nazi occupation in World War II, the Danish people made heroic efforts to save their six thousand Jews, who had lived in the country for generations in freedom and equality. In October 1940, the Danish … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
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SCULPTURE — The Biblical and Talmudic Periods Within the general context of the problem of representational art among the Jews in antiquity, sculpture, together with medals and seals , was in a special category. The Bible (Ex. 20:4) forbade the graven image… … Encyclopedia of Judaism