The Temple Menorah continued to be an important image in medieval Hebrew manuscripts. Outstanding examples include:

Hebrew Bible, Rome or Bologna, last quarter of 13th century (British Library, MS Harley 5710; Met catalog, #66)

Regensburg Bible, Germany, c. 1300 (Israel Museum, BOS.0009; Met Catalog, #63)

The Foa Bible, Catalonia, 1370-90 (St. Sulpice, MS 1933; Met Jerusalem catalog, #69)

While the memory of the Temple remained alive in Menorahs and other manuscript images, the commemoration of its rededication was celebrated year after year during Hannukah, as medieval Hebrew prayer book manuscripts testify: