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Ketubah Fonts Samples
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Your Ketubah's wording will be more meaningful when the appropriate font style is used.
What is a Ketubah?
A Ketubah is a Jewish marriage contract. Its use dates back to ancient times. In fact Talmudic rabbis decreed that all Jewish marriages must be accompanied by the writing and signing of a ketubah.
The Ketubah is often illuminated with beautiful, artistic, and creative images as a keepsake document for the bride and groom, and an heirloom to pass on.
A Little History
The ketubah, which literally means “that which is written,” was created and enacted during the period of the Mishna and Talmud, approximately 2,000 years ago. Though written with Hebrew letters, the original ketubah was written in the Aramaic language, the language used by Jewish people during the Babylonian exile.
Traditionally, the ketubah is presented by the groom at the Tish, the ketubah signing ceremony, just before the wedding. It states the groom's obligations to the bride. The ketubah then signed by the bride, groom and the witnesses.
In its day, the ketubah was a wondrous and innovative protection device for wives and one of the first legal documents giving financial and legal rights to women.
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