Israel's poet Laureate, Hayyim Nahman
Bialik, described the destruction of the
second temple in his narrative " The Fire scroll".
The Yom Kippur War was an attempt to
destroy the Jewish State for the third time.
The Hannukia is moulded in the form of a
parchment scroll and has words from Bialik's
text inscribed on it.
The "shamash" takes the form of a sabbath
candle holder and on the right hand side
there is an ink well and quill with which
the "scroll" was written.

Material: copper.
Location: Kfar Menahem, Israel.