Archivolti also composed numerous poems and piyyutim, 76 of which have been printed. Like Immanuel of Rome and Moses Rieti, he circulated his works throughout the Italian communities. His achievements are noted by Modena, who complains that the study of Hebrew grammar was being neglected in his own day, in contrast to its cultivation at the time of Archivolti. Some of Archivolti's piyyutim appeared in prayerbooks of the Italian rite; especially well known are his piyyut, Kehi Kinnor, and his poem, Arzei Levanon Yifrahu, on circumcision. Archivolti's poems reflect the state of contemporary Italian culture and the attitude of the Jews to their Christian neighbors. His responsa and letters, extant in manuscript, deal with halakhic questions such as the preparation of the mikveh and the prohibition of pictorial representations on synagogue walls. Modena composed an elegy on the death of his teacher, praising him as a light in Judaism, an erudite poet, and an expert in grammar and poetical craft.
עם הסכמות ר' אברהם [ברלינר] ב"ר יודא, אמשטרדם, קהל אשכנזים, כא [מר]חשון תפ"ט;
ר' דוד ישראל עטיאס ור' יצחק חיים ן' דנא די בריטון, אמשטרדם, קהל ספרדים, פרשת ויצא תפ"ט;
ר' יחזקאל ב"ר אברהם מבית קצנאליפוגין, אלטונא, כז ניסן תפ"ט.