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Historically, synagogues were built in the prevailing architectural style of their time and place.
Thus, the synagogue in Kaifeng, China looked very like Chinese temples of that region and era, with its outer wall and open garden in which several buildings were arranged.
There has been no evidence of synagogues in Roman Palestine, or modern day Israel, prior to first century C. It has been theorized that the synagogue emerged as a place of worship in Palestine upon the destruction of the Second Temple during the First Jewish-Roman War; however, others speculate that there had been places of prayer, apart from the Temple, during the Hellenistic period.
The popularization of prayer over sacrifice during the years prior to the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 C. Despite the possibility of synagogue-like spaces prior to the Revolt, the synagogue emerged as a stronghold for Jewish worship upon the destruction of the Temple.
The earliest archaeological evidence for the existence of very early synagogues comes from Egypt, where stone synagogue dedication inscriptions dating from the 3rd century BCE prove that synagogues existed by that date. Synagogues have been constructed by ancient Jewish kings, by wealthy patrons, as part of a wide range of human institutions including secular educational institutions, governments, and hotels, by the entire community of Jews living in a particular place, or by sub-groups of Jews arrayed according to occupation, ethnicity (i.e.
the Sephardic, Polish or Persian Jews of a town), style of religious observance (i.e., a Reform or an Orthodox synagogue), or by the followers of a particular rabbi.
The third season is going to start its run on October 18, 2017. The residing judges are Moshe Peretz, Shiri Maimon and Ivri Lider who were judges in the previous two seasons joined by a new judge, the Israeli rapper Subliminal. Synagogues have a large place for prayer (the main sanctuary), and may also have smaller rooms for study and sometimes a social hall and offices.Some have a separate room for Torah study, called the beith midrash (Sephardi) beis medrash (Ashkenazi)— ('house of study').This contributed to the continuity of the Jewish people by maintaining a unique identity and a portable way of worship despite the destruction of the Temple, according to many historians.
Synagogues in the sense of purpose-built spaces for worship, or rooms originally constructed for some other purpose but reserved for formal, communal prayer, however, existed long before the destruction of the Second Temple.Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.