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Fabian P. and Goren Y. 2002. The Stone Artifacts. In Y. Goren and P. Fabian. Kissufim Road: A Chalcolithic Mortuary Site (IAA Reports 16). Jerusalem. Pp. 44–48.

Falconer S.E. 1987. Village Pottery Production and Exchange: A Jordan Valley Perspective. In A. Hadidi ed. Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan III. Amman—London—New York. Pp. 251–259.

Falsone G. 1970. La statue fenicio-cipriota dello Stagnone. Sicilia Archeologia 3(10):54–61.

Fantalkin A. 2000. A Salvage Excavation at an Early Bronze Age Settlement on Ha-Shophtim Street, Qiryat ’Ata. Tel Aviv 27:28–56.

Fantalkin A. 2001. Mezad Hashavyahu: Its Material Culture and Historical Background (Tel Aviv 28). Tel Aviv.

Fantalkin A. 2001. Low Chronology and Greek Protogeometric and Geometric Pottery in the Southern Levant. Levant 33:117–125.

Fantalkin A. 2005. The Archaeological Remains from Mesad Hashavyahu: An Attempt at a Historical Reconstruction. In M. Fischer ed. Yavneh, Yavneh-Yam and Their Neighborhood: Studies in the Archaeology and History of the Judean Coastal Plain. Tel Aviv. Pp. 83–106 (Hebrew; English summary, p. XII).

Fantalkin A. 2006. Identity in the Making: Greeks in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Iron Age. In A. Villing and U. Schlotzhauer eds. Naukratis: Greek Diversity in Egypt (British Museum Research Publication 162). London. Pp. 199–208.

Fantalkin A. 2008. The Appearance of Rock-Cut Bench Tombs in Iron Age Judah as a Reflection of State Formation. In A. Fantalkin and A. Yasur-Landau eds. 2008. Bene Israel: Studies in the Archaeology of Israel and the Levant during the Bronze and Iron Ages in Honour of Israel Finkelstein (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 31). Leiden—Boston. Pp. 17–44.

Fantalkin A. and Tal O. 2004. The Persian and Hellenistic Pottery of Level I. In D. Ussishkin. The Renewed Archaeological Excavations at Lachish (1973–1994) IV (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 22). Tel Aviv. Pp. 2174–2194.

Fantalkin A. and Yasur-Landau A. eds. 2008. Bene Israel: Studies in the Archaeology of Israel and the Levant during the Bronze and Iron Ages in Honour of Israel Finkelstein (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 31). Leiden—Boston.

Fargo V.M. 1979. Early Bronze Age Pottery at Tell el-Hesi. BASOR 236:23–40.

Faust A. 1995. Settlement on the Western Slopes of Samaria at the End of the Iron Age. In Z.H. Erlich and Y. Eshel eds. Judea and Samaria Research Studies: Proceedings of the 4th Annual Meeting—1994. Kedumim and Ariel. Pp. 23–29 (Hebrew; English summary, p. IX).

Faust A. 1997. The Impact of Jerusalem’s Expansion in the Late Iron Age on the Forms of Rural Settlement in Its Vicinity. Cathedra 84:53–62 (Hebrew; English abstract, p. 189).

Faust A. 2000. Ethnic Complexity in Northern Israel during Iron Age II. PEQ 132:2–27.

Faust A. 2000. The Rural Community in Ancient Israel during Iron Age II. BASOR 317:17–39.

Faust A. 2001. Doorway Orientation, Settlement Planning and Cosmology in Ancient Israel during Iron Age II. OJA 20:129–155.

Faust A. 2003. Judah in the Sixth Century B.C.E.: A Rural Perspective. PEQ 135:37–53.

Faust A. 2004. ‘Mortuary Practices, Society and Ideology’: The Lack of Iron Age I Burials in the Highlands in Context. IEJ 54:174–190.

Faust A. 2004. Pottery Talks: What Ceramics Tell Us About the Social World of Ancient Israel. BAR 30/2:52–55, 62.

Faust A. 2005. Israelite Society in the Period of the Monarchy. Jerusalem (Hebrew).

Faust A. and Weiss E. 2005. Judah, Philistia, and the Mediterranean World: Reconstructing the Economic System of the Seventh Century B.C.E. BASOR 338:71–92.

Feig N. 1990. Burial Caves at Nazareth. ‘Atiqot (HS) 10:67–79 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 17*).

Feig N. 1996. New Discoveries in the Rephaim Valley, Jerusalem. PEQ 128:3–7.

Feig N. 1999. A Roman Burial Cave at I‘billin. ‘Atiqot 38: 49*–53* (Hebrew; English summary, pp. 224–225).

Feig N. 2003. Excavations at Beit Safafa: Iron Age II and Byzantine Agricultural Installations South of Jerusalem. ‘Atiqot 44:191–238.

Feinbrun N. 2004. New Data on Some Cultivated Plants and Weeds of the Early Bronze Age in Palestine. In E. Braun. Early Beth Shan (Strata XIX–XIII): G.M. FitzGerald’s Deep Cut on the Tell (University Museum Monograph 121). Philadelphia. Pp. 66–67.

Fiema Z.T., Kanellopoloulos C., Waliszewski T. and Schick R. 2001. The Petra Church (American Center of Oriental Research Publications 3). Amman.

Figueras P. ed. 2004. Horvat Karkur ‘Illit: A Byzantine Cemetery Church in the Northern Negev (Final Report of the Excavations 1989–1995) (Beer-Sheva 16, Beer-Sheva Archaeological Monographs I). Be’er Sheva‘.

Finkelstein I. 1981. Byzantine Prayer Niches in Southern Sinai. IEJ 31:81–91.

Finkelstein I. 1981. Israelite and Hellenistic Farms in the Foothills and in the Yarkon Basin. Eretz Israel 15:331–348 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 86*).

Finkelstein I. 1981. The Date of Gezer’s Outer Wall. Tel Aviv 8:136–145.

Finkelstein I. 1984. The Israelite Population in the Iron Age I. Cathedra 32:3–22 (Hebrew).

Finkelstein I. 1985. The Iron Age “Fortresses” of the Negev—Sedentarization of Desert Nomads. Eretz Israel 18:366–379 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 78*).

Finkelstein I. 1986. ‘Izbet Sartah: An Early Iron Age Site near Rosh Ha‘ayin, Israel (BAR Int. S. 299). Oxford.

Finkelstein I. 1988. Arabian Trade and Socio-Political Conditions in the Negev in the Twelfth–Eleventh Centuries B.C.E. JNES 47:241–252.

Finkelstein I. 1988. The Archaeology of the Israelite Settlement. Jerusalem.

Finkelstein I. 1989. Further Observations on the Socio-Demograpic Structure of the Intermediate Bronze Age. Levant 21:129–140.

Finkelstein I. 1990. A Few Notes on Demographic Data from Recent Generations and Ethnoarchaeology. PEQ 122:47–52.

Finkelstein I. 1990. Excavations at Khirbet ed-Dawwara: An Iron Age Site Northeast of Jerusalem. Tel Aviv 17:163–208.

Finkelstein I. 1990. On Archaeological Methods and Historical Considerations: Iron Age II Gezer and Samaria. BASOR 277/278:109–119.

Finkelstein I. 1990. The Emergence of Early Israel: Anthropology, Environment and Archaeology. JAOS 110:677–686.

Finkelstein I. 1992. Edom in the Iron I. Levant 24:159–166.

Finkelstein I. 1992. Horvat Qitmīt and the Southern Trade in the Late Iron II. ZDPV 108:156–170. dot above o in Horvat

Finkelstein I. 1992. Stratigraphy, Pottery and Parallels: A Reply to Bienkowski. Levant 24:171–172.

Finkelstein I. 1993. Excavations Results in Areas E, G, J, K, L and M. In I. Finkelstein, S. Bunimovitz and Z. Lederman eds. Shiloh: The Archaeology of a Biblical Site (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 10). Tel Aviv. Pp. 65–78.

Finkelstein I. 1993. The History and Archaeology of Shiloh from the Middle Bronze Age II to Iron Age II. In I. Finkelstein, S. Bunimovitz and Z. Lederman eds. Shiloh: The Archaeology of a Biblical Site (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 10). Tel Aviv. Pp. 371–393.

Finkelstein I. 1994. Penelope’s Shroud Unravelled: Iron II Date of Gezer’s Outer Wall Established. Tel Aviv 21:276–282.

Finkelstein I. 1994. The Archaeology of the Days of Manasseh. In M.D. Coogan, J.C. Exum and L.E. Stager eds. Scripture and Other Artifacts: Essays on the Bible and Archaeology in Honor of Philip J. King. Louisville. Pp. 169–187.

Finkelstein I. 1995. Living on the Fringe: The Archaeology and History of the Negev, Sinai and Neighbouring Regions in the Bronze and Iron Ages (Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology 6). Sheffield.

Finkelstein I. 1995. The Date of the Settlement of the Philistines in Canaan. Tel Aviv 22: 213–239.

Finkelstein I. 1995. The Great Transformation: The ‘Conquest’ of the Highlands Frontiers and the Rise of the Territorial States. In T.E. Levy ed. The Archaeology of Society in the Holy Land. London. Pp. 349–365.

Finkelstein I. 1995. Two Notes on Early Bronze Age Urbanization and Urbanism. Tel Aviv 22:47–69.

Finkelstein I. 1996. Ethnicity and Origin of the Iron I Settlers in the Highlands of Canaan: Can the Real Israel Stand Up? BA 59:198–212.

Finkelstein I. 1996. The Archaeology of the United Monarchy: An Alternative View. Levant 28:177–187.

Finkelstein I. 1996. The Philistine Countryside. IEJ 46:225–242.

Finkelstein I. 1996. Toward a New Periodization and Nomenclature of the Archaeology of the Southern Levant. In J.S. Cooper and G.M. Schwartz eds. The Study of the Ancient Near East in the Twenty-First Century: The William Foxwell Albright Centennial Conference. Winona Lake. Pp. 103–123.

Finkelstein I. 1998. Bible Archaeology or Archaeology of Palestine in the Iron Age? A Rejoinder. Levant 30:167–174.

Finkelstein I. 1998. Philistine Chronology: High, Middle or Low? In S. Gitin, A. Mazar and E. Stern eds. Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE. Jerusalem. Pp. 140–147.

Finkelstein I. 1998. The Rise of Early Israel: Archaeology and Long-Term History. In S. Ahituv and E.D. Oren eds. The Origin of Early Israel—Current Debate: Biblical, Historical and Archaeological Perspectives (Beer-Sheva 12). Be’er Sheva‘. Pp. 7–39.

Finkelstein I. 1998. Notes on the Stratigraphy and Chronology of Iron Age Ta‘anach. Tel Aviv 25:208–218.

Finkelstein I. 1999. Hazor and the North in the Iron Age: A Low Chronology Perspective. BASOR 314:55–70.

Finkelstein I. 1999. State Formation in Israel and Judah: A Contrast in Context, a Contrast in Trajectory. NEA 62:35–52.

Finkelstein I. 2000. Omride Architecture. ZDPV 116:114–138.

Finkelstein I. 2000. Hazor XII–XI with an Addendum on Ben-Tor’s Dating of Hazor X–VII. Tel Aviv 27:231–247.

Finkelstein, I. 2001. The Rise of Jerusalem and Judah: The Missing Link. Levant 33:105–115.

Finkelstein I. 2002. Gezer Revisited and Revised. Tel Aviv 29:262–296.

Finkelstein I. 2002. Chronology Rejoinders. PEQ 134:118–129.

Finkelstein I. 2002. The Campaign of Shoshenq I to Palestine: A Guide to the 10th Century BCE Polity. ZDPV 118:109–135.

Finkelstein I. 2004. Tel Rehov and Iron Age Chronology. Levant 36:181–188.

Finkelstein I. and Beit Arieh I. 1999. Area E. In I. Beit-Arieh ed. Tel ‘Ira: A Stronghold in the Biblical Negev (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 15). Jerusalem. Pp. 67–88.

Finkelstein I. and Gophna R. 1993. Settlement, Demographic, and Economic Patterns in the Highlands of Palestine in the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Periods and the Beginning of Urbanism. BASOR 289:1–22.

Finkelstein I. and Lederman Z. 1993. Areas H–F: Middle Bronze III Fortifications and Storerooms. In I.

Finkelstein, S. Bunimovitz and Z. Lederman eds. Shiloh: The Archaeology of a Biblical Site (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 10). Tel Aviv. Pp. 49–64.

Finkelstein I. and Lederman Z. 1997. Highlands of Many Cultures: The Southern Samaria Survey: The Sites (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 14). Tel Aviv.

Finkelstein I. and Magen I. eds. 1993. Archaeological Survey of the Hill Country of Benjamin. Jerusalem.

Finkelstein I. and Na’aman N. eds. 1994. From Nomadism to Monarchy: Archaeological and Historical Aspects of Early Israel. Jerusalem—Washington, D.C.

Finkelstein I. and Perevolotsky A. 1990. Processes of Sedentarization and Nomadization in the History of Sinai and the Negev. BASOR 279:67–88.

Finkelstein I. and Piasetzky E. 2003. Recent Radiocarbon Results and King Solomon. Antiquity 77:771–779.

Finkelstein I. and Silberman N.A. 2002. The Bible Unearthed: Archaeology’s New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts. New York.

Finkelstein I. and Silberman N.A. 2006. David and Solomon: In Search of the Bible’s Sacred Kings and the Roots of the Western Tradition. New York.

Finkelstein I. and Singer-Avitz L. 2001. Ashdod Revisited. Tel Aviv 28:231–259.

Finkelstein I., Bunimovitz S. and Lederman Z. 1993. Shiloh: The Archaeology of a Biblical Site (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 10). Tel Aviv.

Finkelstein, I., Fantalkin A. and Piasetzky E. 2008. Three Snapshots of the Iron IIA: The Northern Valleys, the Southern Steppe, and Jerusalem. In L.L. Grabbe ed. Israel in Transition: From Late Bronze II to Iron IIa (c. 1250–850 B.C.E.). New York—London. Pp. 32–44.

Finkelstein I., Ussishkin D. and Halpern B. eds. 2000. Megiddo III: The 1992–1996 Seasons (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 18). Tel Aviv.

Finkelstein I., Ussishkin D. and Halpern B. eds. 2000. Megiddo IV: The 1998–2002 Seasons (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 24). Tel Aviv.

Finkelstein I., Zimhoni O. and Kafri A. 2000. The Iron Age Pottery Assemblages from Areas F, K and H and Their Stratigraphic and Chronological Implications. 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. 244–324.

Finkelstein L. 1944. A Talmudic Note on the Word for Cutting Flax in the Gezer Calendar. BASOR 94:28–29.

Finkielsztejn G. 1998. More Evidence on John Hyrcanus I’s Conquests: Lead Weights and Rhodian Amphora Stamps. BAIAS 16:33–63.

Finkielsztejn G. 1998. Timbres amphoriques du Levant d’époque hellénistique. Transeuphratène 15:83–121.

Finkielsztejn G. 1999. A Standard of Volumes for Liquids from Hellenistic Marisa. ‘Atiqot 38:51–64.

Finkielsztejn G. 2000. Amphoras and Stamped Handles from ‘Akko. ‘Atiqot 39:135–153.

Finley M.I. 1973. The Ancient Economy. Berkeley and Los Angeles.

Finn 1883. Emmaus Identified. PEFQSt 16:53–64. no first name given, only Mrs.

Fischer M.L. 1990. Das korinthische Kapitell in Alten Israel in der hellenistichen und römischen Periode. Mainz am Rhein.

Fischer M.L. 1998. Marble Studies: Roman Palestine and the Marble Trade (Xenia 40). Konstanz.

Fischer M. and Tal O. 1996. Two Ceramic Assemblages from Hellenistic Apollonia. Tel Aviv 23:213–234.

Fischer M. and Tal O. 1999. The Hellenistic Period. In I. Roll and O. Tal. Apollonia-Arsuf: Final Report of the Excavations I: The Persian and Hellenistic Periods (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 16). Tel Aviv. Pp. 223–261.

Fischer M. ed. 2005. Yavneh, Yavneh-Yam and Their Neighborhood: Studies in the Archaeology and History of the Judean Coastal Plain. Tel Aviv (Hebrew: English abstracts, pp. IX–XXIV).

Fischer M., Isaac B. and Roll I. 1996. Roman Roads in Judaea II: The Jaffa-Jerusalem roads (BAR Int. S. 628). Oxford.

Fischer M., Ovadiah A. and Roll I. 1984. The Roman Temple at Kedesh, Upper Galilee: A Preliminary Study. Tel Aviv 11:146–172.

Fischer P.M. 1993. Tell Abu al-Kharaz: The Swedish Jordan Expedition 1991, Second Season Preliminary Excavation Report. ADAJ 37:279–305.

Fischer P.M. 1994. Tell Abu al-Kharaz: The Swedish Jordan Expedition 1992, Third Season Preliminary Excavation Report. ADAJ 38:127–145.

Fischer P. 1997. Tall Abū al-Kharaz: The Swedish Jordan Expedition 1995–1996, Sixth and Seventh Season, Preliminary Excavation Report. ADAJ 41:129–144.

Fischer P.M. 1996. Tall Abū al-Kharaz: The Swedish Jordan Expedition 1994, Fifth Season, Preliminary Excavation Report. ADAJ 40:101-135.

Fischer P.M. 1998. Tall Abū al-Kharaz: The Swedish Jordan Expedition 1997, Eighth Season, Preliminary Excavation Report. ADAJ 42:213–223.

Fischer P.M. 1999. Chocolate-on-White Ware: Typology, Chronology, and Provenance: The Evidence from Tell Abu al-Kharaz, Jordan Valley. BASOR 313:1–29.

Fischer P.M. 2000. The Early Bronze Age at Tell Abu al-Kharaz, Jordan Valley: A Study of Pottery Typology and Provenance, Radiocarbon Dates, and the Synchronization of Palestine and Egypt during Dynasty 0–2. In G. Philip and D. Baird eds. Ceramics and Change in the Early Bronze Age of the Southern Levant (Levantine Archaeology 2). Sheffield. Pp. 201–232.

Fischer P.M. 2002. Egyptian-Tranjordanian Interaction during Predynastic and Protodynastic Times: The Evidence from Tell Abu al-Kharaz, Jordan Valley. In E.C.M. van den Brink and T.E. Levy eds. Egypt and the Levant: Interrelations from the 4th through the Early 3rd Millennium BCE. London—New York. Pp. 323–333.

Fischer P.M. and Herrmann G. 1995. A Carved Bone Object from Tell Abu al-Kharaz in Jordan: A Palestinian Workshop for Bone and Ivory? Levant 27:145–163.

Fischer P.M. and Toivonen-Skage E. 1995. Metallic Burnished Early Bronze Age Ware from Tell Abū al-Kharaz. In K. ‘Amr, F. Zayadine and M. Zaghloul eds. Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan 5. Amman. Pp. 587–596.

Fisher C.S. 1922. Beth-Shean. The Museum Journal 13:32–45.

Fisher C.S. 1923. Bethshean: Excavations of the University Museum Expedition, 1921–1923. The Museum Journal 14:227–248.

Fisher C.S. 1923. The Palestine Expedition. The Museum Journal 14:5–7.

Fisher C.S. 1924. The Church at Beisan. The Museum Journal 15:171–189.

Fisher C.S. 1924. The Expedition to Palestine: Beisan as Seen from the Air Royal Air Force Photographs. The Museum Journal 15:101–105.

Fisher C.S. 1929. The Excavation of Armageddon (OIC 4). Chicago.

Fisher C.S. 1938. The ‘Forum’. In C.H. Kraeling ed. Gerasa: City of the Decapolis. New Haven. Pp. 153–158.

Fisher C.S. and McCown C.C. 1931. Jerash-Gerasa 1930: A Preliminary Report of the First Two Campaigns of the Joint Expedition of Yale University and the American Schools of Oriental Research. In H.J. Cadbury ed. AASOR 11. New Haven. Pp. 1–62.

FitzGerald G.M 1927. Two Inscriptions from Beisān. PEFQSt 60:150–154.

FitzGerald G.M. 1930. The Four Canaanite Temples of Beth-Shan: The Pottery (Publication of the Palestine Section of the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania II:2). Philadelphia.

FitzGerald G.M. 1931. Beth-Shan Excavations 1921–1923: The Arab and Byzantine Levels (Publication of the Palestine Section of the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania III). Philadelphia.

FitzGerald G.M. 1934. Excavations at Beth–Shan in 1933. PEFQSt 66:123–134.

FitzGerald G.M.1935. The Earliest Pottery of Beth-Shan. The Museum Journal 24:5–32.

FitzGerald G.M. 1939. A Sixth Century Monastery at Beth-Shean (Scythopolis) (Publication of the Palestine Section of the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania IV). Philadelphia.

Foerster G. 1975. A Bronze Statue of Hadrian in Armour. Qadmoniot 8 (30–31):38–40 (Hebrew).

Foerster G. 1981. Notes on Recent Excavations at Capernaum. In L.I. Levine ed. Ancient Synagogues Revealed. Jerusalem. Pp. 57–59.

Foerster G. 1993. The Excavations at Beth Shean (Nysa-Scythopolis). In A. Biran and J. Aviram eds. Biblical Archeology Today 1990. Jerusalem. Pp. 147–152.

Foerster G. 1995. Masada V: The Yigael Yadin Excavations 1963–1965 Final Reports. Art and Architecture. Jerusalem.

Foerster G. and Tsafrir Y. 1986–1987. Nysa-Scythopolis―A New Inscription and the Titles of the City on its Coins. INJ 9:53–58.

Foerster G. and Tsafrir Y. 1987–1988. The Bet Shean Project: B. Center of Ancient Bet Shean—North; C. The Amphitheater and Its Surroundings. ESI 6:25–43.

Foerster G. and Tsafrir Y. 1988–1989. Bet Shean Project—1988: Hebrew University Expedition. ESI 7–8:15–22.

Foerster G. and Tsafrir Y. 1993. The Bet Shean Excavation Project (1989–1991): City Center (North); Excavations of the Hebrew University Expedition. ESI 11:3–32.

Fortner S. 1995. Hellenistic and Roman Fineware from Bethsaida. In R. Arav and R.A. Freund eds. Bethsaida I: A City by the North Shore of the Sea of Galilee. Kirksville, Mo. Pp. 99–126.

Foy D. 1996. Bey 002. Contexte 24: les verres. Bulletin d’archéologie et d’architecture libanaises 1:90–97.

Foy D. 2000. Un atelier de verrier à Beyrouth au début de la conquête islamique. Syria 77:239–290.

Foy D. 2001. Secteur nord de Tebtynis (Fayyoum): le verre byzantin et islamique. Annales islamologiques 35:465–489.

Foy D. and M.-D. Nenna eds. Échanges et commerce du verre dans le monde antique. Actes du colloque de l’association française pour l’archéologie du verre, Aix-en-Provence et Marseille 7–9 juin 2001 (Monographies instrumentum 24). Montagnac.

Franke P.R., Leschhorn W. and Stylow A.U. 1981. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. Deutschland: Sammlung von Aulock. Index. Berlin.

Frankel J. 1996. Oil and Olives in the Land of Israel in the Early Muslim Period (634–1099). In D. Eitam and M. Heltzer eds. Olive Oil in Antiquity: Israel and Neighbouring Countries from the Neolithic to the Early Arab Period (History of the Ancient Near East Studies 7). Padua. Pp. 55–62.

Frankel R. 1987. The North-Western Corner of Crusader Acre. IEJ 37:256–261.

Frankel R. 1988–1989. An Oil Press at Tel Safsafot. Tel Aviv 15–16:77–91.

Frankel R. 1992. Some Oil Presses from Western Galilee. BASOR 286:39–71.

Frankel R. 1994. Ancient Oil Mills and Presses in the Land of Israel. In R. Frankel, S. Avitsur and E. Ayalon eds. History and Technology of Olive Oil in the Holy Land. Arlington, Va. and Tel Aviv. Pp. 19–89.

Frankel R. 1994. Upper Galilee in the Late Bronze–Iron I Transition. In I. Finkelstein and N. Na’aman eds. From Nomadism to Monarchy: Archaeological and Historical Aspects of Early Israel. Jerusalem—Washington, D.C. Pp. 18–34.

Frankel R. 1997. Presses for Oil and Wine in the Southern Levant in the Byzantine Period. Dumbarton Oaks Papers 51:73–84.

Frankel R. 1999. Wine and Oil Production in Antiquity in Israel and Other Mediterranean Countries (JSOT/ASOR Monograph Series 10). Sheffield.

Frankel R. 2003. The Olynthus Mill, Its Origin, and Diffusion: Typology and Distribution. AJA 107:1–21.

Frankel R. and Getzov N. 1997. Map of Akhziv (1), Map of Hanita (2) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Frankel R. and Gophna R. 1980. Chalcolithic Pottery from a Cave in Western Galilee. Tel Aviv 7:65–69.

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Franken H.J. 1992. Excavations at Tell Deir ‘Alla: The Late Bronze Age Sanctuary. Louvain.

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Franken H.J. and Steiner M.L. 1990. Excavations in Jerusalem 1961–1967 II: The Extramural Quarter on the South-East Hill (British Academy Monographs in Archaeology 2). Oxford.

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Fraser P.M. 1972. Ptolemaic Alexandria. Oxford.

Free J.P. 1958. The Fifth Season at Dothan. BASOR 152:10-18.

Free J.P. 1960. The Seventh Season at Dothan. BASOR 160:6–15.

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Freud L. 1999. The Jewellery from the Tombs. In I. Beit-Arieh ed. Tel ‘Ira: A Stronghold in the Biblical Negev (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 15). Tel Aviv. Pp. 395–401.

Frézouls E. 1959. Recherches sur les théâtres de l’Orient syrien I. Syria 36:202–227.

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Fritz V. 1977. Bestimmung und Herkunft des Pfeilerhauses in Israel. ZDPV 93:30–45.

Fritz V. 1987. The Lion Bowl from Kinneret. BA 50:232–240.

Fritz V. 1999. Kinneret: Excavations at Tell el-Oreimeh (Tel Kinrot): Preliminary Report on the 1994–1997 Seasons. Tel Aviv 26:92–115.

Fritz V. and Münger S. 2002. Vorbericht über die zweite Phase der Ausgrabungen in Kinneret (Tell el-‘Orēme) am See Gennesaret, 1994–1999. ZDPV 118: 2–32.

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