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Dagan Y. 1992. Map of Lakhish (98) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Dagan Y. 1996. Cities of the Judean Shephelah and Their Division into Districts Based on Joshua 16. Eretz Israel 25:136–146 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 92*).

Dagan Y. 2000. The Settlement in the Judean Shephela in the Second and First Millennium B.C.: A Test-Case of Settlement Processes in a Geographic Region. Ph.D. diss. Tel Aviv University. Tel Aviv (Hebrew).

Dagan Y. 2004. Results of the Survey: Settlement Patterns in the Lachish Region. In D. Ussishkin. The Renewed Archaeological Excavations at Lachish (1973–1994) V (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 22). Tel Aviv. Pp. 2672–2690.

Dagan Y. 2007. Map of Amazya (109) I, The Northern Sector (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Dagan Y. 2007. Map of Amazya (109) II, The Southern Sector (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Dahari U. 1993. Remote Monasteries in Southern Sinai and Their Economic Base. In Y. Tsafrir ed. Ancient Churches Revealed. Jerusalem. Pp. 341–350.

Dahari U. 2000. Monastic Settlements in South Sinai in the Byzantine Period: The Archaeological Remains (IAA Reports 9). Jerusalem.

Dahari U., Avni G. and Kloner A. 1987. The Jewish Necropolis of Beth-Govrin. Qadmoniot 20 (79–80):97–102 (Hebrew).

Daiches S. 1909. Notes on the Gezer Calendar and Some Babylonian Parallels. PEFQSt:113–118.

Dajani R.W. 1966. Four Iron Age Tombs from Irbid. ADAJ 11:88–101.

Dalman G. 1909. Notes on the Old Hebrew Calendar-Inscription from Gezer. PEFQSt:118–119.

Dalton G. 1975. Karl Polanyi’s Analysis of Long-Distance Trade and His Wider Paradigm. In J.A. Sabloff and C.C. Lamberg-Karlovsky eds. Ancient Civilization and Trade. Albuquerque. Pp. 63–132.

Damati E. 1982. The Palace of Hilkiya. Qadmoniot 15 (60):117–121 (Hebrew).

Damati E. and Erlich Z. 1981. A Hoard of Denarii and a Tridrachm from Wadi Ed-Daliyeh. INJ 5:33–37.

Dan Y. 1982. The Foreign Trade of Palestine in the Byzantine Period. Cathedra 23:17–24 (Hebrew).

Dan Y. 1984. The City in Eretz Israel during the Late Roman and Byzantine Periods. Jerusalem (Hebrew).

Dan Y. 1988. The Soils of the Southern Shefelah. In D. Urman and E. Stern eds. Man and Environment in the Southern Shefelah: Studies in Regional Geography and History. Ramat Gan. Pp. 50–58 (Hebrew).

Dan Y. and Yaalon D.H. 1990. The Formation of Soils in the Sharon in Relation to Landscape Characteristics. In D. Grossman, A. Degani and A. Shmueli eds. HaSharon, between Yarkon and Karmel. Tel Aviv. Pp. 83–97 (Hebrew).

Danin A. 1985. Paleoclimates in Israel: Evidence from Weathering Patterns of Stones in and near Archaeological Sites. BASOR 259:33–43.

Danin A. 1988. Vegetation in the Southern Shefelah. In D. Urman and E. Stern eds. Man and Environment in the Southern Shefelah: Studies in Regional Geography and History. Ramat Gan. Pp. 59–64 (Hebrew).

Danin A. 1994. Man and the Natural Environment. In T.E. Levy ed. The Archaeology of Society in the Holy Land. New York. Pp. 24–39.

Danin A. 1994. Man and the Natural Environment. In T.E. Levy ed. The Archaeology of Society in the Holy Land. London—Washington, D.C. Pp. 24–39.

Dar S. 1980. Khirbet Jema‘in—A Village from the Period of the Monarchy. Qadmoniot 13 (51–52):97–100 (Hebrew).

Dar S. 1986. Landscape and Pattern: An Archaeological Survey of Samaria 800 B.C.E.–636 C.E. (BAR Int. S. 308). Oxford.

Dar S. 1989–1990. Axes from the Early Bronze Age Site at a Site near Nahal Alexander. BAIAS 9:46–52.

Dar S. 1993. Settlements and Cult Sites on Mount Hermon, Israel: Ituraean culture in the Hellenistic and Roman periods (BAR Int. S. 589). Oxford.

Dar S. 1999. Sumaqa: A Roman and Byzantine Jewish Village on Mount Carmel, Israel (BAR Int. S. 815). Oxford.

Dar. S. 2004. Raqit: Marinus’ Estate on the Carmel, Israel (BAR Int. S. 1300). Oxford.

Dauphin C. 1991. The Excavation of a Byzantine Site at Khirbet Jannaba et-Tahta. ‘Atiqot 20:111–117.

Dauphin C. 1998. La Palestine Byzantine: Peuplement et Populations I: Texte (BAR Int. S. 726). Oxford.

Dauphin C. 1998. La Palestine Byzantine: Peuplement et Populations II: Texte et Illustrations (BAR Int. S. 726). Oxford.

Dauphin C. 1998. La Palestine Byzantine: Peuplement et Populations III: Catalogue (BAR Int. S. 726). Oxford.

Dauphin C. and Edelstein G. 1984. L’église byzantine de Nahariya (Israël): étude archéologique (Byzantine Monuments 5). Thessaloniki.

Dauphin C. and Gibson S. 1992–1993. Ancient Settlements in Their Landscapes: The Results of Ten Years of Survey on the Golan Heights (1978–1988). BAIAS 12:7–31.

Dauphin C.M. and Schonfield J.J. 1983. Settlements of the Roman and Byzantine Periods on the Golan Heights: Preliminary Report on Three Seasons of Survey (1979–1981). IEJ 33:189–206.

Davesne A. 1989. Les Ptolémées. In A. Davesne and G. Le Rider eds. Gulnar 2: Le trésor de Meydancikkale (Cilicie Trachée, 1980). Paris. Pp. 259–322.

Daviau P.M.M. 1997. Moab’s Northern Border: Khirbat al-Mudayna on the Wadi ath-Thamad. BA 60:222–228.

Daviau P.M.M. and Steiner M. 2000. A Moabite Sanctuary at Khirbat al-Mudayna. BASOR 320:1–21.

Davies L., Kostamo K. and Jyring R. 1989. Persian Period Cemetery (Strata XI–VI). In Z. Herzog, G. Rapp Jr. and O. Negbi eds. Excavations at Tel Michal, Israel (Publications of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 8). Minneapolis—Tel Aviv. Pp. 153–164.

Davies P.R. 1988. How Not to Do Archaeology: The Story of Qumran. BA 51:203–207.

Davies W.V. and Schofield L. eds. Egypt, the Aegean and the Levant: Interconnections in the Second Millennium BC. London.

Davis D., Maddin R., Muhly J.D. and Stech T. 1985. A Steel Pick from Mt. Adir in Palestine. JNES 44:41–51.

Davis S.J.M. 1988. The Mammal Bones. Tel Yarmuth 1980–1983. In P. de Miroschedji ed. Yarmouth I : Rapport sur les trois premières campagnes de fouilles à Tel Yarmouth (Israël) (1980–1982) (Éditions Recherche sur les Civilisations Mémoire 76). Paris. Pp. 143–149.

Dayagi-Mendels M. 2002. The Akhziv Cemeteries: The Ben-Dor Excavations, 1941–1944 (IAA Reports 15). Jerusalem.

Dayan Y. 1969. Tell Turmus in the Huleh Valley. IEJ 19:65–78.

Dayton J. 1968–1969. The City of Teima and the Land of Edom. BIAL 8–9:253–256.

de Contenson H. 1968. Rapport préliminaire sur les fouilles à Tell al-Khazzami en 1967. AAAS 18:55–62.

de Contenson H. 1982. Les phases préhistoriques de Ras Shamra et de l’Amuq. Paléorient 8/1:95–98.

de Geus C.H.J. 1975. The Importance of Archaeological Research into the Palestinian Agricultural Terraces, with an Excursus on the Hebrew Word gbī. PEQ 107:65–74.

De Groot A. and Ariel D.T. eds. 1992. Excavations at the City of David 1978–1985 Directed by Yigal Shiloh III: Stratigraphical, Environmental and Other Reports (Qedem 33). Jerusalem.

De Groot A. and Ariel D.T. 2000. Ceramic Report. In D.T. Ariel ed. Excavations at the City of David 1978–1985 Directed by Yigal Shiloh V: Extramural Areas (Qedem 40). Jerusalem. Pp. 91–154.

Delavault B. and Lemaire A. 1979. Les inscriptions phéniciennes de Palestine. RSF 7:1–39.

Delougaz P. and Haines R.C. 1960. A Byzantine Church at Khirbat al-Karak (OIP 85). Chicago.

Derfler S. 1980. Area C: The Eastern Hillock. In Z. Herzog ed. Excavations at Tel Michal 1978–1978. Tel Aviv 7:136–138.

de Saulcy F. 1873. La numismatique des rois nabathéens de Petra. Annales Numismatique 4:1–35.

de Saulcy F. 1874. Numismatique de la Terre Sainte. Paris.

de Tiesenhausen W.G. 1873. Moneti Vostochnago Khalifata. St. Petersburg.

de Vogüé M. 1868. Monnaies des rois de Nabatène. Revue Numismatique 13:153–168.

de Zambaur E. 1927. Manuel de genealogie et chronologie pour ľhistoire de ľIslam. Hanover.

Delmonte A. 1967. The Silver Benelux. Amsterdam.

Dessel J.P. 1999. Tell ‘Ein Zippori and the Lower Galilee in the Late Bronze and Iron Ages: A Village Perspective. In E. Meyers ed. Galilee through the Centuries: Confluence of Cultures. Winona Lake. Pp. 1–32.

Detweiler A.H. 1938. The North Gate. In C.H. Kraeling ed. Gerasa: City of the Decapolis. New Haven. Pp. 117–123.

Detweiler A.H. 1938. The South Gate. In C.H. Kraeling ed. Gerasa: City of the Decapolis. New Haven. Pp. 149–152.

Detweiler A.H. 1938. The Triumphal Arch. In C.H. Kraeling ed. Gerasa: City of the Decapolis. New Haven. Pp. 73–83.

Deutsch R. and Heltzer M. 1995. New Epigraphic Evidence from the Biblical Period. Tel Aviv-Jaffa.

Dever W.G. 1967. Excavations at Gezer. BA 30:47–62.

Dever W.G. 1968. Excavations at Gezer, 1964–1967. In J. Aviram ed. Jerusalem Through the Ages: The Twenty-Fifth Archaeological Convention, October 1967. Jerusalem. Pp. 26–32.

Dever W.G. 1969. Khalit-el-Fûl. RB 76:572–576.

Dever W.G. 1969. The Water Systems at Hazor and Gezer. BA 32:71–78.

Dever W.G. 1969–1970. Iron Age Epigraphic Material from the Area of Khirbet el-Kom. Hebrew Union College Annual 40-41:139–204.

Dever W.G. 1970. Gezer—A City Coming to Life. Qadmoniot 3 (10):57–62 (Hebrew).

Dever W.G. 1970. The “Middle Bronze I” Period in Syria and Palestine. In J.A. Sanders ed. Near Eastern Archaeology in the Twentieth Century: Essays in Honor of Nelson Glueck. Garden City, N.Y. Pp. 132–163.

Dever W.G. 1971. Inscriptions from Khirbet el-Kom. Qadmoniot 4 (15):90–92 (Hebrew).

Dever W.G. 1972. A Middle Bronze I Site on the West Bank of the Jordan. Archaeology 25:231–233.

Dever W.G. 1973. The Gezer Fortifications and the ‘High Place’: An Illustration of Stratigraphic Methods and Problems. PEQ 105:61–70.

Dever W.G. 1973. Tower 5017 at Gezer: A Rejoinder. IEJ 23:23–26.

Dever W.G. 1975. A Middle Bronze I Cemetery at Khirbet el-Kirmil. Eretz Israel 12:18*–33*.

Dever W.G. 1976. The Beginning of the Middle Bronze Age in Syria-Palestine. In F.M. Cross, W.E. Lemke, and P.D. Miller, Jr. Magnalia Dei: The Mighty Acts of God: Essays on the Bible and Archaeology in Memory of G. Ernest Wright. Garden City, N.Y. Pp. 3–38.

Dever W.G. 1980. New Vistas on the EB IV (“MB I”) Horizon in Syria-Palestine. BASOR 237:35–64.

Dever W.G. 1981. Cave G26 at Jebel Qa‘aqīr: A Domestic Assemblage of Middle Bronze I. Eretz Israel 15:22*–32*.

Dever W.G. 1982. The Late Bronze, Iron Age, and Hellenistic Defences of Gezer. Journal of Jewish Studies 33:19–34.

Dever W.G. 1984. Gezer Revisited: New Excavations of the Solomonic and Assyrian Period Defenses. BA 47:206–218.

Dever W.G. 1985. From the End of Early Bronze Age to the Beginning of the Middle Bronze. In J. Amitai ed. Biblical Archaeology Today: Proceedings of the International Congress on Biblical Archaeology, Jerusalem, April 1984. Jerusalem. Pp. 113–135.

Dever W.G. 1985. Solomonic and Assyrian Period ‘Palaces’ at Gezer. IEJ 35:217–230.

Dever W.G. 1986. Gezer IV: The 1969–71 Seasons in Field VI, the “Acropolis” (Annual of the Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology IV). Jerusalem.

Dever W.G. 1986. Late Bronze Age and Solomonic Defenses at Gezer: New Evidence. BASOR 262:9–34.

Dever W.G. 1986. ‘Abel-beth-ma‘acah: “Northern Gateway of Ancient Israel”. In L.T. Geraty and L.G. Herr eds. The Archaeology of Jordan and Other Studies Presented to Siegfried H. Horn. Berrien Springs, Mich. Pp. 207–222.

Dever W.G. 1987. The Middle Bronze Age: The Zenith of the Urban Canaanite Era. BA 50:149–177.

Dever W.G. 1989. The Collapse of the Urban Early Bronze Age in Palestine––Toward a Systemic Analysis. In P. de Miroschedji ed. L’urbanisation de la Palestine à l’âge du Bronze ancient: bilan et perspectives des recherches actuelles; Actes du Colloque d’Emmaüs (20–24 octobre 1986) (BAR Int. S. 527). Oxford. Pp. 225–246.

Dever W.G. 1992. A Case-Study in Biblical Archaeology: The Earthquake of ca. 760 BCE. Eretz Israel 23:27*–35*.

Dever W.G. 1992. The Chronology of Syria–Palestine in the Second Millennium B.C. In M. Bietak ed. Ägypten und Levante III: Zeitschrift für ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete. Acts of the Second International Colloquium on Absolute Chronology (The Bronze Age in the Eastern Mediterranean). Vienna. Pp. 39–51.

Dever W.G. 1993. Further Evidence on the Date of the Outer Wall at Gezer. BASOR 289:33–54.

Dever W.G. 1993. What Remains of the House that Albright Built? BA 56:25–35.

Dever W.G. 1993. Cultural Continuity, Ethnicity in the Archaeological Record, and the Question of Israelite Origins. Eretz Israel 24:22*–33*.

Dever W.G. 1995. Social Structure in Palestine in the Iron II Period on the Eve of Destruction. In T.E. Levy ed. The Archaeology of Society in the Holy Land. London. Pp. 416–430.

Dever W.G. 1995. Social Structure in the Early Bronze Age IV Period in Palestine. In T.E. Levy ed. The Archaeology of Society in the Holy Land. London. Pp. 282–296.

Dever W.G. 1998. Gezer: A Crossroad in Ancient Israel. Tel Aviv (Hebrew).

Dever W.G. 1998. Israelite Origins and the “Nomadic Ideal”: Can Archaeology Separate Fact from Fiction? In S. Gitin, A. Mazar and E. Stern eds. Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE. Jerusalem. Pp. 220–237.

Dever W.G. 1999. Archaeology and the Ancient Israelite Cult: How the Kh. el-Qôm and Kuntillet ‘Ajrûd, ‘Asherah’ Texts have Changed the Picture. Eretz Israel 26:9*–15*.

Dever W.G. 2000. Save Us from Postmodern Malarkey. BAR 26/2:28–35, 68–69.

Dever W.G. 2001. Iron Age Kernoi and the Israelite Cult. 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. 119–133.

Dever W.G. 2003. Visiting the Real Gezer: A Reply to Israel Finkelstein. Tel Aviv 30:259–282.

Dever W.G. and Richard S. 1977. A Reevaluation of Tell Beit Mirsim Stratum J. BASOR 226:1–14.

Dever W.G. and Tadmor M. 1976. A Copper Hoard of the Middle Bronze Age I. IEJ 26:163–169.

Dever W.G. and Tadmor M. 1976. A Copper Hoard of the Middle Bronze Age I. IEJ 26:163–169.

Dever W.G., Lance H.D., and Wright G.E. 1970. Gezer I: Preliminary Report of the 1964–66 Seasons (Annual of the Hebrew Union College Biblical and Archaeological School in Jerusalem I). Jerusalem.

Dever W.G., Lance H.D., Bullard R.G., Cole D.P. and Seger J.D. 1974. Gezer II: Report of the 1967–1970 Seasons in Fields I and II (Annual of the Hebrew Union College/Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology II). Jerusalem.

Dever W.G., Lance H.D., Bullard R.G., Cole D.P., Furshpan A.M., Holladay J.S. Jr., Seger J.D. and Wright R.B. 1971. Further Excavations at Gezer, 1967–1971. BA 34:94–132.

Dhorme P. 1909. A Note on the New Cuneiform Tablet from Gezer. PEFQSt 41:106.

DiSegni L., Foerster G. and Tsafrir Y. 1996. A Decorated Altar Dedicated to Dionysos, the “Founder,” from Beth-Shean (Nysa-Scythopolis). Eretz Israel 25:336–350 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 101*).

Di Segni L., Hirschfeld Y., Patrich J. and Talgam R. eds. 2009. Man near a Roman Arch: Studies Presented to Prof. Yoram Tsafrir. Jerusalem.

Diakonoff I.M. 1992. The Naval Power and Trade of Tyre. IEJ 42:168–193.

Dichter B. 1973. The Maps of Acre: An Historical Cartography. Acre.

Díez Fernández F. 1983. Cerámica común romana de la Galilea: aproximaciones y diferencias con la cerámica del resto de Palestina y regiones circundantes. Madrid.

Dinur U. and Lipovitz G. 1988. A Burial Cave from the 6th Century B.C.E. in Hurvat Almit. Niqrot Zurim 14:44–51 (Hebrew).

Diringer W.D. 1942. The Early Hebrew Weights Found at Lachish. PEQ 74:82-103.

Diringer D. 1949. The Royal Jar-Handle Stamps of Ancient Judah. BA 12:70–86.

Di Segni L. 1999. The ‘Onomasticon’ of Eusebius and the Madaba Map. In M. Piccirillo and E. Alliata eds. The Madaba Map Centenary 1897–1997: Travelling through the Byzantine–Umayyad Period: Proceedings of the International Conference held in Amman 7–9 April 1997. Jerusalem. Pp. 115–120.

Di Segni L. 2000. The Inscriptions. In Y. Hirschfeld. Ramat Hanadiv Excavations: Final Report of the 1984–1998 Seasons. Jerusalem. Pp. 371–376.

DOC 1: A.R. Bellinger. Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection 1: Anastasius I to Maurice. 491–602. Washington, D.C. 1966.

DOC 2: P. Grierson. Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection 2: Phocas to Theodosius III. 602–717. Washington, D.C. 1968.

DOC 3: P. Grierson. Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection 3: Leo III to Nicephorus III. 717–1081. Washington, D.C. 1973.

Dollfus G. and Kafafi Z. 1993. Recent Researches at Abu Hamid. ADAJ 37:241–262.

Dorsey D.A. 1980. The Location of Biblical Makkedah. Tel Aviv 7:185–193.

Dorsey D.A. 1991. The Roads and Highways of Ancient Israel. Baltimore—London.

Dothan M. 1952. An Archaeological Survey of the Lower Rubin River. IEJ 2:104–117.

Dothan M. 1955. The Excavations at ‘Afula. ‘Atiqot (HS) 1:18–63 (Hebrew).

Dothan M. 1957. Excavations at Meser, 1956: Preliminary Report on the First Season. IEJ 7:217– 228.

Dothan M. 1959. Excavations at Horvat Beter (Beersheba). ‘Atiqot 2:1–42.

Dothan M. 1959. Excavations at Horvat Beter (Beersheba). ‘Atiqot (ES) 2:1–42.

Dothan M. 1959. Excavations at Meser, 1957: Preliminary Report on the Second Season. IEJ 9:13–29.

Dothan M. 1961. Excavations at Azor, 1960. IEJ 11:171–175.

Dothan M. 1965. The Cult at Naharia and Canaanite High Places. In Western Galilee and the Coast of Galilee: The Nineteenth Archaeological Convention, October 1963. Jerusalem. Pp. 63–75 (Hebrew).

Dothan M. 1965. The Fortress at Kadesh-Barnea. IEJ 15:134–151.

Dothan M. 1971. Ashdod II–III: The Second and Third Seasons of Excavations 1963, 1965; Soundings in 1967 (‘Atiqot [ES] 9–10). Jerusalem.

Dothan M. 1974. A Sign of Tanit from Tel ‘Akko. IEJ 24:44–49.

Dothan M. 1976. Akko: Interim Excavation Report, First Season, 1973/4. BASOR 224:1–48.

Dothan M. 1983. Hammat Tiberias: Early Synagogues and the Hellenistic and Roman Remains. Jerusalem.

Dothan M. 1985. Ten Seasons of Excavations at Ancient Acco. Qadmoniot 18 (6970):214 (Hebrew).

Dothan M. 1989. A Cremation Burial at Azor—A Danite City. Eretz Israel 20:164–174 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 200*).

Dothan M. 2000. Hammat Tiberias II: Late Synagogues. Jerusalem.

Dothan M. and Ben-Shlomo D. 2005. Ashdod VI: The Excavations of Areas H and K (1968–1969) (IAA Reports 24). Jerusalem.

Dothan M. and Freedman D.N. 1967. Ashdod I: The First Season of Excavations 1962 (‘Atiqot [ES] 7). Jerusalem.

Dothan M. and Porath Y. 1982. Ashdod IV: Excavation of Area M, the Fortifications of the Lower City (‘Atiqot [ES] 15). Jerusalem.

Dothan M. and Porath Y. 1993. Ashdod V: Excavations of Area G, the Fourth–Sixth Seasons of Excavations 1968–1970 (‘Atiqot 23). Jerusalem.

Dothan T. 1978. Excavations at the Cemetery of Deir el-Balah (Qedem 10). Jerusalem.

Dothan T. 1982. The Philistines and Their Material Culture. New Haven.

Dothan T. 1987. The Rise and Fall of Ekron of the Philistines: Recent Excavations at an Urban Border Site: The Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages. BA 50:200–205.

Dothan T. 1989. The Arrival of the Sea Peoples: Cultural Diversity in Early Iron Age Canaan. In S. Gitin and W.G. Dever eds. Recent Excavations in Israel: Studies in Iron Age Archaeology (AASOR 49). Winona Lake. Pp. 1–14.

Dothan T. 1998. Initial Philistine Settlement: From Migration to Coexistence. In S. Gitin, A. Mazar and E. Stern eds. Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE. Jerusalem. Pp. 148–161.

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Drori J. 1976. Mameluke Historiography and Its Contributions to the History of Eretz Israel. Cathedra 1:113–140 (Hebrew).

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Dumbrell W.J. 1971. The Tel el-Maskhuta Bowls and the ‘Kingdom’ of Qedar in the Persian Period. BASOR 203:33–44.

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