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Iacovou M. 1998. Philistia and Cyprus in the Eleventh Century: From a Similar Prehistory to a Diverse Protohistory. In S. Gitin, A. Mazar and E. Stern eds. Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE. Jerusalem. Pp. 332–344.

Ibrahim M.M. and van der Kooij G. 1997. Excavations at Tall Dayr ‘Allā; Seasons 1987 and 1994. ADAJ 41:95–114.

Icard S. 1910. Identification des monnaies. Par la nouvelle methode des lettres-jalons et des legendes fragmentes. Paris. IGCH: M. Thompson, O. Mørkholm and C.M. Kraay eds. An Inventory of Greek Coin Hoards. New York 1973.

Ilan D. 1992. A Middle Bronze Cache from Tel Dan. Eretz Israel 23:9–20 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 145*).

Ilan D. 1996. Middle Bronze Age Painted Pottery from Tel Dan. Levant 28:157–172.

Ilan D. 2002. Mortuary Practices in Early Bronze Age Canaan. NEA 65:92–104.

Ilan D., Vandiver P. and Spaer M. 1993. An Early Glass Bead from Tel Dan. IEJ 43:230–234.

Ilan O. 2001. Household Archaeology at Arad and Ai in the Early Bronze Age II. In S.R. Wolff ed. Studies in the Archaeology of Israel and Neighboring Lands in Memory of Douglas L. Esse (SAOC 59/ASOR Books 5). Chicago—Atlanta. Pp. 317–354.

Ilan O. and Goren Y. 2003. The Egyptianized Pottery Vessels of Early Bronze Age Megiddo. Tel Aviv 30:42–53.

Ilan O. and Sebbane M. 1989. Copper Metallurgy, Trade and the Urbanization of Southern Canaan in the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age. In P. de Miroschedji ed. L’urbanisation de la Palestine à ľâge du Bronze ancien: bilan et perspectives des recherches actuelles; Actes du Colloque d’Emmaüs (20–24 octobre 1986) (BAR Int. S. 527). Oxford. Pp. 139–162.

Ilan Z. 1991. Ancient Synagogues in Israel. Tel Aviv (Hebrew).

Iliffe J.H. 1933. Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Museum. QDAP 2:120–126.

Iliffe J.H. 1933. Vaulted Tomb at Askalon III–IV cent. A.D. QDAP 2:182–183.

Iliffe J.H. 1933. Pre-Hellenistic Greek Pottery in Palestine. QDAP 2:15–26.

Iliffe J.H. 1934. A Tomb at El Bassa of c. A.D. 396. QDAP 3: 81–91.

Iliffe J.H. 1934. Rock-Cut Tomb at Tarshīhā. QDAP 3:9-16.

Iliffe J.H. 1935. Cemeteries and a ‘Monastery’ at the Y.M.C.A., Jerusalem. QDAP 4:70–80.

Iliffe J.H. 1936. A Hoard of Bronzes from Ascalon. QDAP 5:61-68.

Iliffe J.H. 1945. Imperial Art in Trans-Jordan: Figurines and Lamps from a Potter’s Store at Jerash. QDAP 11:1–26.

Ilisch L. 1993. Sylloge Numorum Arabicorum Tübingen: Palästina IVa Bilād aš-Šām I. Tübingen.

Inge C.H. 1938. Excavations at Tell ed-Duweir. PEQ 71:240–256.

Isaac B. 1986. ‘Bandits’ in Judaea and Arabia. Cathedra 39:3–36 (Hebrew).

Isaac B.H. and Roll I. 1976. A Milestone of A.D. 69 from Judaea: The Elder Trajan and Vespasian. JRS 66:15–19.

Isaac B. and Roll I. 1979. Judaea in the Early Years of Hadrian’s Reign. Latomus 38:54–66.

Isaac B. and Roll I. 1982. Roman Roads in Judaea I: The Legio—Scythopolis Road (BAR Int. S. 141). Oxford.

Isings C. 1957. Roman Glass from Dated Finds (Archaeologica Traiectina II). Gröningen–Djakarta.

Israel Y. 1995. The Economy of the Gaza-Ashkelon Region in the Byzantine Period in the Light of the Archaeological Survey and Excavations of the ‘3rd Mile Estate’ near Ashkelon. Michmanim 8:119–132 (Hebrew; English abstract, pp. 16*–17*).

Israel Y., Nahlieli D. and Ben Michael Y. 1995. The Nahal Shahaq Site: An Early Islamic Settlement in the Northern ‘Arava. ‘Atiqot 26:1*–14* (Hebrew; English abstract, p. 113).

Israeli Y. 2003. Ancient Glass in the Israel Museum: The Eliahu Dobkin Collection and Other Gifts (Israel Museum Catalogue 486). Jerusalem.

Israeli Y. and Katsnelson N. 2006. Refuse of a Glass Workshop of the Second Temple Period from Area J. In H. Geva. Jewish Quarter Excavations in the Old City of Jerusalem Conducted by Nahman Avigad, 1969–1982 III: Area E and Other Studies, Final Report. Jerusalem. Pp. 411–460.

Israeli Y. and Avida U. 1988. Oil-Lamps from Eretz Israel: The Louis and Carmen Warschaw Collection at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Jerusalem.

Israeli Y. and Mevorah D. 2000. Cradle of Christianity (Israel Museum Catalogue 438). Jerusalem.

Issar A. and Govrin Y. 1991. Climatic Change and the Desertification of the Negev at the End of the Byzantine Period. Cathedra 61:67–83 (Hebrew; English abstract, p. 190).

Issar A. and Makover-Levin D. 1995. Flourishing and Abandonment of the Desert Settlements during the Roman-Byzantine Period: ‘A Climatic Change’ Point of View. Michmanim 8:17–22 (Hebrew; English abstract, pp. 7*–8*).

Isserlin B.S.J. 2001. The Israelites. Minneapolis.

Izre’el S. 1977. Two Notes on the Gezer-Amarna Tablets. Tel Aviv 4:159–167.

Jackson-Tal R.E. 2004. The Late Hellenistic Glass Industry in Syro-Palestine: A Reappraisal. JGS 46:11–32.

Jackson-Tal R.E. 2005. Core-Formed, Rod-Formed, and Cast-Glass Vessels and Objects from the Hecht Museum Collection. Michmanim 19:21*–34*.

Jacobsen K.W. 2002. Cypriote Transport Amphorae in the Archaic and Classical Period. In A. Rathje, M. Nielsen and B. Bundgaard Rasmussen eds. Pots for the Living—Pots for the Dead (Acta Hyperborea 9). Copenhagen. Pp. 169–184.

Jacobson G.L. 1999. The Glass Vessels from Horvat Sumaqa. In S. Dar. Sumaqa: A Roman and Byzantine Jewish Village on Mount Carmel, Israel (BAR Int. S. 815). Oxford. Pp. 333–344.

Jacoby R. 1991. The Representation and Identification of Cities on Assyrian Reliefs. IEJ 41:112–131.

James F.W. 1966. The Iron Age at Beth Shan: A Study of Levels VI–IV (University Museum Monograph 28). Philadelphia.

James F.W. and McGovern P.E. 1993. The Late Bronze Egyptian Garrison at Beth Shan: A Study of Levels VII and VIII (University Museum Monograph 85). Philadelphia.

James T.G.H. 1997. The Earliest History of Wine and Its Importance in Ancient Egypt. In P.E. McGovern, S.J. Fleming and S.H. Katz eds. The Origins and Ancient History of Wine. Amsterdam. Pp. 197–213.

Jenkins M. 1986. Islamic Glass: A Brief History (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 44,2). New York.

Jennings S. 2000. Late Hellenistic and Early Roman Cast Glass from the Souks Excavation. (BEY 006), Beirut, Lebanon. JGS 42:41–59.

Joffe A.H. 1993. Settlement and Society in Early Bronze I and II, Southern Levant: Complementarity and Contradiction in a Small-scale Complex Society (Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology 4). Sheffield.

Joffe A.H. 2000. The Early Bronze Age Pottery from Area J. In I. Finkelstein, D. Ussishkin and B. Halpern eds. Megiddo III: The 1992–1996 Seasons (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 18). Tel Aviv. Pp. 161–185.

Joffe A.H. 2001. Early Bronze Age Seal Impressions from the Jezreel Valley and the Problem of Sealing in the Southern Levant. In S.R. Wolff ed. Studies in the Archaeology of Israel and Neighboring Lands in Memory of Douglas L. Esse (SAOC 59/ASOR Books 5). Chicago—Atlanta. Pp. 355–375.

Joffe A.H. and Dessel J.P. 1995. Redefining Chronology and Terminology for the Chalcolithic of the Southern Levant. Current Anthropology 36:507–518.

Johns C.H.W. 1904. Note on the Gezer Contract Tablet. PEFQSt 37:237–244.

Johns C.N. 1938. Excavations at Pilgrims’ Castle, ‘Atlit 1933: Cremated Burials of Phoenician Origin. QDAP 6:121-152.

Johns C.N. 1950. The Citadel, Jerusalem. QDAP 14:121–190.

Johnson B.L. 1988. The Pottery. In G.D. Weinberg ed. Excavations at Jalame: Site of a Glass Factory in Late Roman Palestine. Columbia, Mo. Pp. 137–226.

Johnston A.W. 1979. Trademarks on Greek Vases. Warminster.

Johnston R.H. 1974. The Biblical Potter. BA 37:86–106.

Josien T. 1955. La faune chalcolithique des gisements palestiniens de Bir Es-Safadi et Bir Abou Matar. IEJ 5:246–256.

Jotham-Rothschild J. 1952. The Tombs of Sanhedria. PEQ:23–38.

Joukowsky M.S. 1994. 1993 Archaeological Excavations and Survey of the Southern Temple at Petra, Jordan. ADAJ 38:293–332.

Joukowsky M.S. 1998. Petra Great Temple I: Brown University Excavations 1993–1997.

Joukowsky M.S. 2001. Brown University 2000 Excavations at the Petra Great Temple. ADAJ 45:325–342.

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