At a traditional Jewish Passover meal, the afikoman (a piece of unleavened bread) is hidden for the children at the feast to find.
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Afikoman (Hebrew language: אפיקומן, based on Greek, epikomen or epikomion [επί Κομός], meaning `that which comes after` or `dessert`) is a half-piece of matzo which is broken in two during the early stages of the Passover Seder and set aside to be eaten as a dessert after the meal. Based on the Mishnah in Pesahim 119a, the afiko...
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