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STaM is Hebrew acronym for Sefer (a book), Tefillin and Mezuzahs.
The way Jewish culture and religion preserves and transmits during thousands of years the laws and traditions of scribal arts for properly writing Hebrew Bible's texts.
The Five Biblical books named Scrolls are shown in a separate section of the Gallery.
Tefillin are special cubic leather symbols with black straps, given by God as a commandment to the Jewish people in memory of the liberation from Egyptian slavery. Inside they are parchment scrolls, where four paragraphs from the Pentateuch are scribed in very small handwriting. The text of all scrolls contains 3,188 Hebrew letters of Moses' prophecy.
Avraham scribes a scroll of Tefillin
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