Seattle Sephardic Amulets

Rabbi Abraham Maimon’s Kame’a
Kame'a from Seattle
Kame'a with Soletreo script
Kame'a from the Rabbi of Tekirdağ's manuscript
Azose family kam'ea
Benezra family kame'a

Dublin Core

Title

Seattle Sephardic Amulets

Subject

Amulets (Judaism)

Description

Three amulets handwritten on paper cut in the shape of a person or angel. Includes the divine name Shadai and the names of angels Snwy, Snsnwy, and Smnglf; words for man and woman; name of Lilith (female demon); and an abbreviation for Genesis 49:18: "For your salvation God, I wait."

Creator

Rabbi Abraham Maimon

Date

[date of publication not identified]

Format

Amulet

Language

Aramaic and Hebrew

Identifier

Courtesy of Al Maimon, Larry Azose and the Henry Benezra collections
ST00756; ST00764; ST00921

Coverage

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United States--Washington (State)--Seattle

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Citation

Rabbi Abraham Maimon, “Seattle Sephardic Amulets,” Exploring Sephardic Life Cycle Customs, accessed April 20, 2024, http://jewishstudies.washington.edu/omeka/items/show/86.