Aasaliya

el-Aseliyye

 Jewish

Geographic Details

Golan

32.9676632958807     35.67483901977539     Open the map in a new window

More Geographic Info: www.latlong.net/c/?lat=32.9676632958807&long=35.67483901977539

Archaeological Evidences

Late Roman and/or Byzantnine

Tamir Eshel (1976), Zvi Maoz (1978)

Structure, architectural elements, lintel with menorahs

Aramaic (Urman 1995: 487-489)

Inside nature reserve. Permission required to visit site.

Selected Bibliography
  1. Meir, D. and Meir, E. Ancient Synagogues of the Golan. Jerusalem, 2015: 150-155.
  2. Maoz, Z.U. "Asaliyeh- A Jewish Village and Ancient Synagogue in the Golan" Teva va-Aretz 21, 1979: 185-188, (Hebrew).
  3. Urman, D. "Public Structures and Jewish Community in the Golan Hights" in Ancient Synagogues; Historical Analysis and Archaeological Discovery. ed. D. Urman and P.V.M. Flesher, Vol. 2, Leiden, 1995: 485-489.
Photos, Plans and Links

Architetural fragments, courtesy of Eran Meir © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Architetural fragments, courtesy of Eran Meir

Ionic capital, courtesy of Eran Meir © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Ionic capital, courtesy of Eran Meir

Ashlar wall of the Synagogue, courtesy of Eran Meir © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Ashlar wall of the Synagogue, courtesy of Eran Meir

Aramaic inscription, Dan Urman archive © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Aramaic inscription, Dan Urman archive

Lintel with Menorahs  reused upside down, courtesy of Chaim ben David © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Lintel with Menorahs reused upside down, courtesy of Chaim ben David

 Maoz 1979, courtesy of Zvi Maoz © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Maoz 1979, courtesy of Zvi Maoz

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