Obj. ID: 24558
Jewish Architecture Great Synagogue in Florence, Italy
Sacerdoti, Annie. The Guide to Jewish Italy, photographs by Alberto Jona Falco (Venice, 2008)
Pinkerfeld, Batei-ha-kneset be-italiya mitkufat ha-renesans 'ad yameinu: perek be-toldot ha-adrikhalut ha-yehudit (Jerusalem, 1954), p. 49, ills. 80-81;
Noemi Cassuto, "The Italian Synagogue Through the Ages" in: Rivka and Ben-Zion Dorfman, Synagogues without Jews and the Communities that built and used them (Philadelphia, 2000), pp. 300-307, ill. on p. 306.
Ivan Kalmar, "Moorish Style: Orientalism, the Jews, and Synagogue Architecture," Jewish Social Studies 7 (2001), issue 3, pp. 86-87;
Kadish, Sharman, The Synagogues of Britain and Ireland: An Architectural and Social History (New Haven and London, 2011), p. 97.
Samuel D. Gruber, “Italian Synagogues from 1492 to the Present,” in Jewish Religious Architecture: From Biblical Israel to Modern Judaism, ed. Steven Fine (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2020), 275–86, here 283.