Lambert M. SurhoneISBN: 978-6-1329-2251-9;
The Nabratein synagogue is an ancient synagogue and archaeological site in the upper Galilee, in a pine forest northeast of Safed. The earliest synagogue uncovered at Nabratein dates to the second century CE. It was replaced with a far more elaborate building with lavishly carves masonry was destroyed by the Galilee earthquake of 363. The final, and much larger, synagoue building was constructed in the late sixth century reusing stones from the earlier building. The seven-branched Menorah surrounded by a wreath over the door of the Henry S. Frank Memorial Synagogue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is copied from the Nabratein synagogue.
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