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There is also usually a constantly lighted lamp, Ner tamid , or a candelabrum, lighted during services, near a spot similar to the position of the original Menorah . At the center of the synagogue is a large elevated area, known as the bimah , where the Torah is read. This is equivalent to the Tabernacle's altars upon which incense and animal sacrifices were offered. On the main holidays the priests , kohanim , gather at the front of the synagogue to bless the congregation as did their priestly ancestors in the Tabernacle from Aaron onwards ( Numbers 6:22-27 ). [25]

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