The Scolanova Synagogue is a medieval synagogue in Trani, Italy. It was built as a synagogue in the 13th century, confiscated by the church during a wave of antisemitism around the year 1380, converted for use as a church known as Santa Maria in Scolanova. In 2006, the building was returned to its original use. By 1380 all of the four synagogues in Trani had been converted to churches and the 310 Jews remaining in the city forcibly converted to Christianity; the four confiscated synagogues were renamed Santa Maria in Scolanova, San Leonardo Abate, San Pietro Martire, Santi Quirico e Giovita, once the Scolagrande synagogue. San Pietro was demolished. A plaque still visible on the northern wall of Sant'Anna explains that it was built on the site of a demolished synagogue in 1247. San Leonardo has undergone such extensive renovation. In 2006 the Scolanova Synagogue, standing as an empty and disused church since the 1950s, was de-consecrated and returned to the Jewish community; the individuals principally responsible for the reconsecration of the synagogue were Professor and Mrs. Francesco Lotoro, descendants of Italian Anusim.
Professor Lotoro is a pianist and conductor, who had studied the music of the Nazi concentration camps. The community now includes descendants of San Nicandro Jews. A old oil painting of St. Mary hangs in the niche that once held the torah ark; the Church has refused to allow the painting to be moved to a museum. Moreover, the building is a protected historic site, so the Jewish congregation is not allowed to move the painting; the solution has been to hang a large image of a menorah in front of the painting. The synagogue was converted for use as a church without significant alterations being made to the interior of the building; the Gothic synagogue is 49 by 21 feet. The barrel-vaulted ceiling is 36 feet high. There are three windows in the eastern wall, one on each side of the Torah Ark, one above it; the cut-stone surround. The ark was once reached by a flight of seven steps, it featured a central column. The building next door once contained the synagogue's women's gallery and, in the basement, the stairs and pool of the medieval mikveh which survive.
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"Perfect Weapon" is the second single by American rock band, Black Veil Brides, from their debut album We Stitch These Wounds released on June 8, 2010. The song was written by Andy Six before the first departure breakdown of the band; this is the last single to include drummer Sandra Alvarenga before her departure from the band. On September 22, 2011 "Perfect Weapon" was released as a downloadable song on the Rock Band Network; the video begins by showing the members of the band fixing their stage makeup and costumes. After all are ready, Andy Six is shown exhaling; the view changes to show Six stitching a wound on his mouth in the mirror with the other members behind him. The track "The Outcasts" is heard, with the image of the skeleton of a virgin the song begins. In the penultimate choir, a group of children behind them shouting "Go!" with Six all the children make a detour to the band, on having ended one sees Six kneeling down and praying, between the children there appears David Sasik, the young actor who appeared in the "Knives and Pens" music video.
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