A lamp with nine lights used during the holiday of Hanukkah.
An explanation of different Hanukkah lamps, by the Hungarian Jewish Museum.
Benjamin, Chaya. North African Lights: Hanukkah Lamps from the Zeyde Schulmann Collection in the Israel Museum, Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, 2002.
Braunstein, Susan L. Five centuries of Hanukkah lamps from the Jewish Museum: A Catalogue Raisonné. New Haven and New York: Yale University Press and The Jewish Museum, 2004.
Caffarelli, Maria Luisa, and Elio Carmi, editors. Cento Lumi per Casale Monferrato: Lampade di Chanukkah: Una Collezione Tra Storia, Arte e Design. A Hundred Lights for Casale Monferrato: Hanukkah Lamps: A Collection of History, Art and Design. Milan: Skira, 2011.
Eis, Ruth. Hanukkah Lamps of the Judah L. Magnus Museum. Berkely: The Judah L. Magnes Museum and The Jewish Museum of the West, 1976.
Ha’Tell, Aaron, and Yaniv Ben Or. Lighting the Way to Freedom: Treasured Hanukkah Menorahs of Early Israel. Jerusalem: Devora Publishing, 2006.
Landau, Suzanne. Architecture in the Hanukkah Lamp: Architectural Forms in the Design of Hanukkah Lamps from the Collection of Hanukkah Lamps at the Israel Museum. Ed. Nili Fiederer and Rafi Grafman, Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, 1978.
Mall, Susan. Light Interpretations. A Hanukah Menorah Invitational. San Francisco: Jewish Museum San Francisco, 1995.
Narkiss, Mordechai. Menorat Hanukkah [The Hannukah Lamp]. Jerusalem: Bnei Bezalel, 1939.
Sabar, Shalom. “Mi-Nes Pach Ha-Shemen Le-Kat Roveh: Galguleia Shel Menorat Ha-Hanukkah Be-Yisrael [From the Cruse of Oil Miracle to a Rifle Stock: The Changing Image of the Hanukkah Lamp in Israeli Society].” Asif Le-Yasif: Meḥḳarim Be-Folḳlor Uve-Madʻe Ha-Yahadut Li-Khevod Profesor Eli Yasif [Essays in Folklore and Jewish Studies in Honor of Professor Eli Yassif], ed. Tova Rosen et al., Te’Uda vol. 28, Tel Aviv” Tel Aviv University, 2017, pp. 415-49.
Yaniv, Bracha. “Hashpa’at Ha-halakhah veha-minhag ‘al ‘Issuv Menorat Ha-Hnukkah [The Influence of Halakha and Minhag on the Form of Hanukkah Lamps].” Minhagei Yisrael: Mekorot ve-Toldot [Israeli Customs: Origins and History], ed. Daniel Sperber, Jerusalem: Mosad ha-Rav Kook, 1995, pp. 121-61.
Heimann-Jelinek, Felicitas. “Typically Viennese, Typically Turkish.” Shared History Project, Leo Baeck Institute, 2021. https://sharedhistoryproject.org/essay/typically-viennese-typically-turkish.
Narkiss, Mordechai, Hanukkah Lamps (Jerusalem, 1939). Hebrew.
Sabar, Shalom. “From the ‘Cruse of Oil Miracle’ to a Rifle Stock: The Changing Image of the Hanukkah Lamp in Israeli Society,” in Tova Rosen, et al., eds., Essays in Folklore and Jewish Studies in Honor of Professor Eli Yassif = Te’uda 28 (Tel Aviv, 2017): 415-449. Hebrew.
Yaniv, Bracha. “The Influence of Halakha and Minhag on the Form of Hanukkah Lamps,” in Daniel Sperber, ed. Minhagei Yisrael (Jerusalem, 1995), vol. 5, 121-161. Hebrew.
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