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A dreidel is a spinning top with four sides inscribed with a letter of the Hebrew alphabet. It was created as a way for Jews to study the Torah in secret after Greek King Antiochus IV had outlawed Jewish religious worship back in 175 BCE. Today, it is still played during the celebration of Hanukah to remember that history. Take a spin at this design and learn more about its history!
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