This sign may be temporary and was placed only for the sake of Womens Week events in Tel Aviv.
In the next picture taken that day, the sign appears in full Click for a larger image
The QR code that appears on the sign leads to a general advertisement site that has nothing to do with the venture.
The sign is on a street named after her.
The attached street sign states in brief her life history:
The Miriam HaHashmonait St. (Mariamne I)
(First Century BC)
The wife of Herod who ruled over Judah for more than 30 years (4-37 BC).
MIRYAM HACHASHMONAIT st Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
Branding symbol of the city of Tel Aviv - a city without a break In our streets
The stories of the women behind the names of the streets in the city
Symbol "In full exclusion 2022" - Womens Week in Tel Aviv - Jaffa Mariamne I (Mariamne the Hasmonean)
53 BC - 29 BC
[Painting of Miriam the Hasmonean - Efrat Hasson de Botton]
The last queen of the Hasmonean family
Miriam was known for her wisdom, opinion and beauty.
In the midst of the siege of Jerusalem, she married Herod the king of Judah and became a symbol of the connection between two royal families.
Herod ordered the construction of three magnificent towers within the walls of Jerusalem. The most beautiful of them all is Miriam Tower. Many works of art have been dedicated to her fascinating and tragic character.
Our streets have a special charm.
They reflect history and a culture of values and heritage.
As part of the week "in full exclusion" we will ascend to the miracle of inspiring women who have gained recognition and appreciation by naming a street after their name.
Today, not many streets in the city are named after women, and the municipality is working to rectify the situation: last year, the municipality commemorated more than ten women - artists, creators, social activists, women and spirit, and read about streets and public institutions across the city.
To scan the booklet "In Our Streets" 2022