Esther Scroll (Megillah) and Case / Esther 6:11, "So Haman took the garb and the horse and arrayed Mordecai and paraded him through the city square; and he proclaimed before him: this is what is done for the man whom the king desires to honor" / creation date: scroll second half of the 18th century, creation date: case 18th century
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- Work Title
- Esther Scroll (Megillah) and Case
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- Esther 6:11, "So Haman took the garb and the horse and arrayed Mordecai and paraded him through the city square; and he proclaimed before him: this is what is done for the man whom the king desires to honor"
- artist: Aaron Wolf Herlington (Jewish, c.1710-1757)
- Creation location: Vienna (Vienna, Austria)
- Repository: The Israel Museum (Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel)
- parchment, pens, ink, gold leaf, silver, painting (image-making), handwriting, illumination, casting, engraving (incising), gilding
- height of scroll: 7.6 cm (2.99 inches), length of scroll: 103.5 cm (40.75 inches), height of case: 19.5 cm, diameter of case: 1.7 cm
- Book illustrations
- Scroll paintings
- Scrolls (Information artifacts)
- Art, Jewish
- Hebrew alphabet
- Bible. Old Testament
- Cases (containers)
- Work Record ID
- Image Record ID
- Digital filename
- Classification Filing Number
- 758.15C;H300;43EC 6a;*.digitalonly
- HART Image Order Number
- Date Added/Updated
- 2012-11-25 08:59:03
- History of Art, VRC Image Bank
- Image Size
- 2399 x 3072
- File Size
- 995 KB
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History of Art Department, Visual Resource Collections. Image 1321992. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. URL: https://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hart/x-1321992/12d000857. December 01, 2022.