What did the Star of David represent?
The Star of David (or Magen David) is a hexagram and was not unique to Judaism. In the Hellenistic world, hexagrams were used by all religions. In the Middle Ages, Jews, Christians and Muslims used them to ward off demons and fires.
In the fourteenth century, Jewish mystical texts began to use the hexagram image to represent the shield of God used to protect King David. The Star of David first appeared on a Jewish flag in Prague in 1527 when Enlightenment Jews needed a symbol, equivalent to the Christian cross, to represent Judaism.
The star of David is the symbol of Judaism.
The Star of David is used to represent: # Judaism # Jews # Israel
The most prominent Jewish symbol is usually called the Star of David, but this is a misnomer. The Hebrew is not Kochav David (Star of David) but Magen David (Shield of David). David was an Israelite King and a renowned warrior. The Shield of David is the emblem on the shield he brought with him into battle with Canaanite Tribes and the Philistines. It became a symbol of the protection that God gave to the… Read More
For Jews it would be a misrepresentation, since Jews are forbidden to get any tattoos (Leviticus 19:28).
A small wooden cross can represent Christianity. A Star of David can represent Judaism.
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The Star of David Her diary
The Seal of Solomon or the star of David has Jewish origins.
The Star Of David
It represented the Jews
its a seashell to represent peters gift to Anne, Denmark flag to represent where the story takes place, Denmark,. star of David to represent the Jews/Ellen, a star of David crossed out for when all Jews lost there jobs, and finally a forest to represent when she ran through the forest to deliver a gift
The "Magen David" literally means "the shield of David" The Jewish Star was the symbol on the shield of David, King of Israel, warrior extraordinare. Therefore, being a representative of the Jewish people, the Magen David became a Jewish symbol.
i would say her diary and the star of david
* the blue represent the evoke of the sea. * the white represents peace and honesty. * the star of David is a national symbol.
How did the star of David come to represent the Jews when all around the world that same star represents something evil?
You may be confusing a pentagram (5 sided) commonly associated with satanism etc, with the 8 pointed star of David. They are not, in fact, the same.
The Star of David with a Cross in the center is a Messianic Jewish symbol and represents the Messianic Jewish belief that they are still Jewish while accepting Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
The Star of David (or Magen David) is a hexagram and was not unique to Judaism. In the Hellenistic world, hexagrams were used by all religions. In the Middle Ages, Jews, Christians and Muslims used them to ward off demons and fires. In the fourteenth century, Jewish mystical texts began to use the hexagram image to represent the shield of God used to protect King David. The Star of David first appeared on a Jewish… Read More
Originally, this symbol,, the Star of David, was one of many religious and cultural symbols that Judaism made use of. It doesn't seem to be like it was before when most all Jews, along with numerous Christians, were brought up to believe that this symbol represents King David and his Royal Line- the House of David. Back then it seemed well understood that the Star of David represented the Royal line of Israel- the State… Read More
many people think that is the Magain David (the shield (star)of david) but it is actually the menorah, the seven prong light torch used in the Beit HaMigdash (the temple)
Traditionally, the Shield of David (or Magen David) represented King David's shield, though this is only a legend. It arose as a Jewish symbol in the Middle Ages and today represents the Nation of Jews all over the world. It is the symbol of Judaism religion.
The David in the Star or Shield of David is King David from the Tanach (Jewish Bible).
A Star of David has 6 points! A Star of David has 6 points!
The eight points on the star represent the 8 Turkic people
the star of David belonged to king David of the Jews.
In Hebrew, the Star of David has traditionally been referred to as the Shield of David, or more properly, the Magen David. In Hebrew, the Star of David (Magen David) is spelled מגן דוד.
David made the Jewish star. That is why the Jewish star is also called The Star Of David.
the Star of David was the symbol of the Jews
The star of David is a factor in Judaism.
ANSWER #1) No! The 'star of David' is not found in the Bible. It is a 'NON-BIBLICAL' symbol, which Judaism has taken to itself. It seems that even David himself had no knowledge of the 'Star of David'. Here's what one authority states about the 'Star of David': "The origins of the Star of David are unclear." "The Star of David is not mentioned in rabbinic literature until the middle ages." "It doesn't have any… Read More
The biblical hero David
The Magen David (Star of David).
There is no required position for the Star of David in a Jewish synagogue. In many synagogues, the Star of David is positioned towards the front, but this is not a requirement.
The Star of David, or the Shield of David, is a Jewish civic symbol representing the Jewish Nation.
the star of David it was the star of Jesus Christ he was the descendant of king David
There are six points on the Star of David, more properly called the Magen David or "Shield of David".
There is no special writing associated with the Star of David, more accurately called "the Shield of David or Magen David.
The big star reperesent the leader whille the other littlee star represent the classes.
During the Holocaust, Jews were required by Nazi law to identify themselves as Jews either with an armband or a yellow star of david on their clothing. Today there is no such thing as a Jewish armband.
The commonwealth star
The star is not a customary Hanukkah symbol.
That is four words. The yellow star of David mean a shine yellow star was named after a man name David.
Not all star tattoos represent homosexuality. Some lesbians have historically used a nautical star or purple star tattoo to represent their sexuality without breeders really knowing about it.
No, the Star of David, or Shield of David is a Jewish symbol. The Shield of David is a secular symbol for the Jewish Nation.
The star of David is also known as the shield of David, or in geometric terms, a hexagram.
The Star of David symbolizes the Jewish religion and culture.
The six pointed Star of David is a symbol of Judaism.
Israel's flag has the Star of David on it.
The Jews, Christians, and Muslims used the Star of David.
There is 8 triangles in the Star of David.
There is no such thing as the "Star of Judah". You may be thinking about the Mogen David which is often referred to as the "Star of David".