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With the vast majority of the Jews living outside the Land of Israel, many in distant lands, the rabbis referred to the emerging Diaspora as the Exile, as a tragic national and religious state of homelessness. For example, a white, heterosexual, cisgender man who has always lived his life below the poverty line doesn’t have the same privileges as someone who is socio-economically advantaged. Artists of this period focused more on attention to detail, ornamentation and use of bright colors.

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