The custom of Jewish marriage contracts goes back over 2500 years. The history of this custom is unusual since it acted as a protection for married women, who in many ancient cultures, were regarded solely as property such as sheep, goats, and cattle, and therefore had no legal rights. Historically, a traditional ketubah stipulated obligations of the groom to the bride: for example, to love and respect her, and provide for her Read More

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