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Tribe of "Zebulun"
State Medal, 1993/5754
The series of painting depicting the Twelve Tribes by Salvador Dali honored Israel's 25th Anniversary. Though not Jewish, Dali was profoundly impressed by the rebirth of a Jewish state after 2,000 years of exile. Zebulun: " Zebulun dwells by the sea-shore, his shore is a haven for ships, and his frontier rests on Sidon" (Genesis 49:13). Although Zebulun was regarded as a tribe of sailors, the Prophetess Deborah praised it for not behaving like the other sea-faring tribes, Dan and Asher. The territory of Zebulun stretched from the area of central Galilee, today known as the Valley of Zebulun, to Haifa.
Tribe of "Zebulun" - color lithograph depicting a sailing ship and a fish. In the upper portion, the inscription "Zebulun" in Hebrew and English. At the bottom, the artist's signature, "Salvador Dali".
Dali's creation "Hora around the Menorah" from the series "Aliyah". In the lower portion, along the circumference, the artist's name in Hebrew letters.
State emblem with the words "STATE OF ISRAEL" Hebrew on the right and in English on the left and serial number. Bronze/tombac medal - "BRONZE" in Hebrew and English; Silver medal - "S 999" in Hebrew and English ; gold medal - "G-750" in Heberw and English.
All medals are numbered.
Graphics - Ronit Berzon.
Sculpture of revers - Mark Salman.
LithograpHy - David Tamerin.
Bronze/tombac and silver - Hecht.
Gold - The Government Mint.
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