'Feast in the House of Levi,' by Paolo Veronese, 1573. ullstein bild via Getty Images

Censoring the Most Famous Passover Seder of All: The Last Supper

During the Renaissance, a young Italian painter got in trouble with the grand inquisitor of Venice after taking artistic liberties with the image of Jesus' Last Supper. He came up with a creative solution

Odd as this may sound to the Jewish ear, without a doubt the most famous Passover seder meal in history was the Last Supper, as described in the Synoptic Gospels (that is, taking a similar view), the New...

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