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Photo:Father and son reading the Siddur in the synagogue, Lansdowne Road, Hove, December 1998: The Siddur is the Jewish prayer book used on weekdays and Sabbaths. The Siddur has its origins from the 9th century as an attempt to harmonize Jewish practice worldwide. The Siddur is written in Hebrew and English. All of the various denominations within modern Judaism have their own versions of the Siddur.

Father and son reading the Siddur in the synagogue, Lansdowne Road, Hove, December 1998: The Siddur is the Jewish prayer book used on weekdays and Sabbaths. The Siddur has its origins from the 9th century as an attempt to harmonize Jewish practice worldwide. The Siddur is written in Hebrew and English. All of the various denominations within modern Judaism have their own versions of the Siddur.

Reproduced with kind permission from Tony Tree

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