Boris Schatz 1867 - 1932 KABBALAT SHABBAT signed in Hebrew, dated 1913 in Hebrew and inscribed Jerusalem in Hebrew (middle left); inscribed Welcoming the Sabbath in Hebrew (lower center); inscribed Come in peace, angels of peace in Hebrew (upper portion of the frame); inscribed Welcoming the Sabbath in Hebrew (lower portion of the frame) bronze cast plaque mounted in Bezalel brass repousée frame 19 3/4 by 12 1/8 in. 50.2 by 30.8 cm. Executed in 1913.
"Shalom," meaning "Peace" in Hebrew (as well as Hello and Goodbye) has become a popular word used worldwide. It's what we pray and yearn for everyday, the peace of Israel and the entire world. A wonderful addition to any home or office.
The Battle Of Shiloh, Tennessee, 1862...John Clem "The Drummer Boy of Shiloh"...The battle's name, Shiloh, came from the name of a small, whitewashed church around which much of the early fighting took place. Shiloh means "place of peace" in Hebrew.