Here is a something I made, a Menorah to commemorate the Jewish festival of lights- Chanukah. Back then, the Greeks did not allow the Jews to celebrate their religion freely. There were many Greeks and few Jews. Yet a small group of Jews, led by Judah Maccabee, fought the Greeks and won the war. When The ancient Jews went to reclaim their temple, they were only able to find one jug of pure oil to light their Menorah- just enough for one night of lights. By miracle, the oil lasted for eight nights. In commemoration of this event, people now celebrate the festival of Chanukah. The menorah has become a symbol of freedom for many. I hope you enjoy this contemporary Menorah.
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You had a typo in your youtube link but I fixed it.
I had no idea they had NXTs back in ancient Greece!
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