David M. Cassuto

Docente - Ariel College for Studies.



Via Rivka, 11, Gerusalemme, Israel.

tel:  00972-2-6728937

fax:  00972-2-6728938

e-mail:  cassuto2@shani.net2



Storia dell'Architettura ebraica, architettura sinagogale italiana.



legenda: h = in ebraico; i = in italiano.


(h) The Mikweh of Siracusa, in: Etmol 151, pp. 19-20


(h) Architect & Architecture in S.I.Agnon, in: Jerusalem Collection of Literature


(h) The Ancient Synagogue of Aleppo, in: Peamim 72. pp. 85-105

(i) Un Confronto: Le Antiche Sinagoghe di Firenze, in: La Sinagoga di Pisa cura — M. Luzzati, Firenze

(h) Did the Passover plate from Valencia dates from before the expulsion from Spain? In: Rimonim, no. 5, pp.91-108

(e/h) The Tedeschi Torah Ark curtain from Italy — 1572; Ed. David Cassuto, pp. 13-48

(e/h) Two unidentified Italian Parokhot, in: The Tedeschi Torah Ark Curtain from Italy; The Italian U. Nahon Museum Publications, pp.13-25

(Many journalistic articles have been published by David Cassuto over the years but are irrelevant to this particular C.V.)


(i) La Sinagoga in Italia, in: Storia D’Italia, Annuali 11(a) pp. 321-338


(h) Synagogue and Architecture around the Moslem Mediterranean Basin in Asia, in: Mahanaim — The Quarterly for Jewish Culture and Research: pp 204-219


(h) Levantine Holy Arks in Italy, Eleventh World Congress of Jewish Studies, Division D Volume II, pp. 1-8

(e) Restoration and Development : An Eternal Dilemma-The Case of Jerusalem, in: The 4th World Conference of Historical Cities, pp. 1-6


(h) The vanishing Diaspora — The problem of the remaining Synagogues, in: The Synagogue Structure in Israel 1948-1992, pp. 47-50


(h) Open-air Synagogues in the Mediterranean basin, Tenth World Congress on Jewish Studies, Division D Volume II, pp. 9-16


(h) Judaism and Art, Ed. David Cassuto — Kotlar Institute for Judaism and Contemporary Thought, Bar-Ilan University


(h) The story of two gravestones of the 9th Century in southern Italy, Research in History, Magnes Press

(i) Le Sinagoghe Piemontesi nell’Era Barocca, Saggi Archivi di Stato, no. 11; pp. 165-178

(h) The Rabbanite Synagogues in Cairo, in: The Jews in the Ottoman Egypt, Ed. Jacob M. Landau; pp. 311-370

(e) A Venetial Parokhet and its design origins, in Jewish Art, vol. 14, Journal of the Center for Jewish Art, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem


(h) The Rav Hayim Capusi Synagogue in Cairo, The Research of Jewish Culture of Spain and the East; 18 pp.

(e) Conservation here and now, The Jerusalem Papers 2; p. 12


(h) The Synagogue of Torino Vercellese — Period and Style, Israel — People and Land, Annual of the Ha’aretz Museum 20; pp. 215-222

(h) Italian Synagogues of the Middle Ages, Ninth World Congress on Jewish Studies; Division D Volume II pp. 1-6

(h) Headings for architectural preservation, Adrichalut, Israeli Architectural Journal, 7; pp. 5-8


(h) The Sepharadi Synagogue in the Venetian Ghetto, Rimonim, Journal of the Association for Jewish Art; pp. 4-13

(s/g/i/e) The Synagogue of Conegliano Veneto, Ariel, a Review of Arts and Letters 59; pp. 69-81

(e) Jerusalem in the late 19th Century, VIA, Journal Magazine of the International Union of Architects; pp. 38-39


(h) Ancient Jerusalem Synagogues, Bamachane 16; pp. 33-43

(h) Modern building in Jerusalem, Monumental Architecture in Jerusalem

(e) The Italian Insiparion of the Rav Hayim Capusi, Synagogue Survey, Research and Findings; Bullettin of the Israeli Academic Centre in Cairo; p. 5


(h) From Diaspora to Statehood — Milestones in the creation of authentic Jewish Art, Contemporary Jewish Culture Publication; pp. 53-60

(i) Il vano architettonico della Sinagoga Barocca in Italia, Italia Judaica pp. 467-481

(g) Die Italienischen Juden — Geschichte Synagogale Architecture und Lebenwise, Das Neue Israel — Zeitschrift fur Politik, Kultur und Wirtschaft 2; pp. 20-21


(h) Environmental influences on the Baroque Venetian Synagogue, Eight World congress on Jewish Studies; pp. 101-105

(h) Sepharadi Synagogues of the Old City, Jerusalem in the 18th Century, Cathedra 24; pp. 41-50


(i) Costruzioni rituali ebraiche nell’Alto Medioevo, Estratto, Spoleto; pp. 1017-1057

(i) Restaurata la Scuola Grande Tedesca, Alef 2; pp. 21-27


(h) Building in Palestine from Mishkenot Shaananim until the founding of Tel Aviv, Art in Jerusalem in the 19th century; pp. 217-259


(h) Thoughts on the Western Wall, Tvai 18, Architectural Quarterly; pp. 44-46

(h) The Story of a Synagogue, The Community of Casale, Scripts in memory of Umberto Nahon, Jerusalem; pp. 176-195

(h) The Hurva of Rabbi Judah the Hassid; pp. 17-18

(i) Ricerche Sulle Cinque Sinagoghe di Venezia, Suggerimenti per il loro ripristino; pp. 96


(h) Identification of the Ramban Synagogue according to historical descriptions, Scripts in honour of Architect D. Kotler; pp. 278-302


(h) Preservation of Holy Sites, Preservation Here and Now - Jerusalem; pp. 71-75

(h/e) Four Sephardi Synangogues of the Old City, Qadmoniyot, Quarterly on the Archeology of the Land of Israel; pp. 135-137


(h) Rehabilitation of the Hurva Synagogue, The Hurva Rebuilt; pp. 33-34


(h) Mea Shearim, Adrichalut, Israeli Architectural Journal 6; pp. 12-13

(h) Bethlehem, Tvai 7, Architectural Quarterly; pp. 3-5


(h) Monastery of the Cross, Tvai 3, Architectural Quarterly; pp. 5-16


(h) Batei Ungarin, Tvai 1, Architectural Quarterly; pp. 2-5.






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