Jewish Marriage Contracts

This post is a word for word (picture for picture really) rip off from the Retronaut.

From the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library:
The ketubah is the contract that Jewish law requires a groom to provide for his bride on their wedding day. Different Jewish communities adopted styles and even shapes for their ketubot that were characteristic of their localities.

Bombay India 1911

Ferrara Italy 1736

Kutaisi Georgia 1951

Jerusalem Palestine 1888

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