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Ketubah 34

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The text adorning this ketuba decoration is an extract from a poem written for a wedding in the ghetto of Mantua in the early 17th century. It is the work of an anonymous poet and, for that wedding, was set to music for an 8 voice choir by Salamone Rossi, the most important Jewish composer of that period.

The poem begins:Lemi echpots laasot yakar... and the translation begins: "Whom should I honor? Surely these souls who enter into a union as man and wife..."
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