B - Traditional Aramaic with English (Orthodox)

The Traditional Aramaic with English (Orthodox) text is a prenuptial agreement between the groom and the bride wherein the husband undertakes to honor, support and maintain his wife. In the document he states that she will receive a certain sum of money in the event of divorce or of his death. It is a formal contract written in Aramaic over 2000 years ago and originally was a valuable document that protected the bride. The English portion is NOT a translation of the Aramaic, but rather a contemporary text written by Mickie & Eran. Usually, witnesses sign in Hebrew under the Aramaic. Most ketubot with this text only have the Bride, Groom and Rabbi sign in English (not the witnesses).

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