Closeup of rolled Jewish Hebrew Scroll. Its parchment is adorned with intricate Hebrew calligraphy, representing a sacred text, likely a Torah scroll. The scroll is tightly wound and bound with ornate handles, symbolizing the reverence and sanctity of the Jewish scriptures. Adjacent to the Jewish Scroll, the open book of the Bible in Hebrew is visible. Its pages are dark, and the text is illuminated by the warm, golden glow emanating from an unspecified source, creating a dramatic contrast between the illuminated text and the surrounding darkness. This contrast highlights the importance and spiritual significance of the scriptures. The glowing yellow light adds an ethereal and divine quality to the scene, suggesting the presence of something transcendental or holy. It serves as a visual representation of enlightenment, knowledge, and spiritual awakening.Image ID#: 32784 / Category: Religion / Price: 499$
PURCHASE A LICENSE
Get a License & Immediate Download: This image is available under our Comprehensive All-Inclusive License, suitable for personal, non-profit, educational, business and commercial use.
High quality JPG: 5616x3744 Pixels  / File size: 6.24 Mb.
© Copyright Notice: This image is the exclusive property of Boxist.com Photography, and is protected by copyright law. Unauthorized use of these images is prohibited. We reserve the right to pursue unauthorized users and to seek damages for copyright infringement.
alphabet ancient bible biblical book ceremony faith hebrew history holy jewish judaism law lord page prayer read religion religious rolled sacred script scriptures scroll spiritual study testament text tanakh torah verses words writing
Please note: While we strive to provide accurate descriptions for our images, please be aware that some descriptions may not be entirely accurate. Images may depict events, figures, symbols and descriptions may reflect the societal norms of their time, but may not align with current understanding as they are presented within their respective cultural or historical context.