The Fateful Lottery

Great anticipation and feelings of repentance mark the entire Yom Kippur service. One of the most dramatic moments is the lottery selecting the scapegoat which acts as an atonement for Israel's sins. This High Priest is seen above, flanked by the Deputy High Priest on his right, and the head of the family on duty, on his left.

 

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