Religions have existed from the dawn of human history, and almost always include unique iconography, or symbolic representations of the stories told within the religion, examples of which are often worn as adornment to indicate adherence to that particular religion's belief structure. Jewish iconography includes: Two Tablets, Six-Point Star (Star or Shield of David), Seven-Branch Menorah (Candelabra), Lion, Palm Tree, Dove and Olive Branch, Chai (life symbol in Hebrew), 12-Gemstone Breastplate, Hand and Eye [chabad.org] The Merriam-Webster Dictionary tells us that Judaism is, "a religion developed by ancient Hebrews and characterized by belief in one God and by a religious life in accordance with Scriptures and rabbinic traditions, and based on the laws of the Torah."
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