This volume contains the set liturgy that is used in Jewish wedding
ceremonies throughout the world, printed in both Hebrew and
English. It also describes the associated customs, such as the
exchange of rings, the circling of the bride, the sharing of wine,
the reading of the wedding contract and the breaking of a glass.
There is description of the variations in wedding custom practised
by the different Jewish communities around the world. An
introduction explains the history, the theology and meaning of the
wedding ceremony, and there are explanations through the text of
the symbolism in the customs and the standard and variant liturgy.
The text is illustrated with illuminated manuscripts and wedding
contracts ("ketubbot") from the British Library.
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