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Wearing phylacteries was a Jewish custom to remind the Jew of the obligation to practice the Law. Phylacteries are small square leather boxes containing Hebrew texts inscribed on vellum and that are worn on the left arm and on the forehead during morning weekday prayers by Orthodox Jewish men from the age of 12 or 13.

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