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Why does a Torah have 2 poles and a Megillah have 1?
A Torah scroll is a very long piece of parchement with two poles ("atzei chayim") at either end, while a Megillat Esther is a not-as-long piece of parchment with one pole at the end of the book. ...
Jun 3 '12 at 6:01
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