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Na’aman N. 1974. Sennacherib’s “Letter to God” on His Campaign to Judah. BASOR 214:25–39.

Na’aman N. 1979. The Brook of Egypt and Assyrian Policy on the Border of Egypt. Tel Aviv 6:68–90.

Na’aman N. 1981. Economic Aspects of the Egyptian Occupation of Canaan. IEJ 31:172–185.

Na’aman N. 1985. Arad in the Topographical List of Shishak. Tel Aviv 12:91–92.

Na’aman N. 1986. Borders and Districts in Biblical Historiography: Seven Studies in Biblical Geographical Lists (Jerusalem Biblical Studies 4). Jerusalem.

Na’aman N. 1986. Hezekiah’s Fortified Cities and the LMLK Stamps. BASOR 261:5–21.

Na’aman N. 1986. The Canaanite City-States in the Late Bronze Age and the Inheritances of the Israelite Tribes. Tarbiz 55:463–488 (Hebrew; English summary, p. I).

Na’aman N. 1987. Pastoral Nomads in the Southwestern Periphery of the Kingdom of Judah in 9th–8th Centuries B.C.E. Zion 52:261–278 (Hebrew; English summary, p. XI).

Na’aman N. 1987. The Negev in the Last Century of the Kingdom of Judah. Cathedra 42:4–15 (Hebrew).

Na’aman N. 1988. The Southern Shefelah during the Late Bronze Age according to the Cuneiform Documents. In D. Urman and E. Stern eds. Man and Environment in the Southern Shefelah: Studies in Regional Geography and History. Ramat Gan. Pp. 93–98 (Hebrew).

Na’aman N. 1988. The Date of 2 Chronicles 11:5–10—A Reply to Y. Garfinkel. BASOR 271:74–77.

Na’aman N. 1991. The Kingdom of Judah under Josiah. Tel Aviv 18:3–71.

Na’aman N. 1992. Canaanite Jerusalem and Its Central Hill Country Neighbours in the Second Millennium B.C.E. UF 24:275–291.

Na’aman N. 1992. Israel, Edom and Egypt in the 10th Century B.C.E. Tel Aviv 19:71–93.

Na’aman N. 1993. Population Changes in Palestine Following Assyrian Deportations. Tel Aviv 20:104–124.

Na’aman N. 1994. Ahaz’s and Hezekiah’s Policy toward Assyria in the Days of Sargon II and Sennacherib’s Early Years. Zion 59:5–30. Jerusalem (Hebrew; English summary, p. V).

Na’aman N. 1994. Hezekiah and the King of Assyria. Tel Aviv 21:235–254.

Na’aman N. 1994. The ‘Conquest of Canaan’ in the Book of Joshua and in History. In I. Finkelstein and N. Na’aman eds. From Nomadism to Monarchy: Archaeological and Historical Aspects of Early Israel. Jerusalem—Washington, D.C. Pp. 218–281.

Na’aman N. 1996. The Contribution of the Amarna Letters to the Debate on Jerusalem’s Political Position in the Tenth Century B.C.E. BASOR 304:17–27.

Na’aman N. 1999. No Anthropomorphic Graven Image: Notes on the Assumed Anthropomorphic Cult Statues in the Temples of YHWH in the Pre-Exilic Period. UF 31:391–415.

Na’aman N. 2001. An Assyrian Residence at Ramat Rahel? Tel Aviv 28:260–280.

Na’aman N. 2003. Ekron under Assyrian and Egyptian Empires. BASOR 332:81–91.

Na’aman N. 2005. The Archaeological and Epigraphic Finds from Mesad Hashavyahu in Their Historical Context. In M. Fischer ed. Yavneh, Yavneh-Yam and Their Neighborhood: Studies in the Archaeology and History of the Judean Coastal Plain. Tel Aviv. Pp. 71–82 (Hebrew; English summary, pp. XI–XII). Nadel D. ed. 1992. Bones and Spirits: Prehistoric Burial Customs in Israel. Haifa.

Nadelman Y. 1989. Hebrew Inscriptions, Seal Impressions, and Markings of the Iron Age II. In E. Mazar and B. Mazar. Excavations in the South of the Temple Mount: The Ophel of Biblical Jerusalem (Qedem 29). Jerusalem. Pp. 128–141.

Nadelman Y. 1989. Iron Age II Clay Figurine Fragments from the Excavations. In E. Mazar and B. Mazar. Excavations in the South of the Temple Mount: The Ophel of Biblical Jerusalem (Qedem 29). Jerusalem. Pp. 123–127.

Nagar Y. and Eshed V. 2001. Where are the Children? Age-Dependent Burial Practices in Peqi‛in. IEJ 51:27–35.

Nahshoni P. 1999. A Byzantine Site in the Migdal Neighborhood, Ashqelon. ‘Atiqot 38:99*–111* (Hebrew; English summary, p. 229).

Nahshoni P., Goren Y., Marder O. and Goring–Morris N. 2002. A Chalcolithic Site at Ramot Nof, Be’er Sheva‘. ‘Atiqot 43:1*–24* (Hebrew; English summary, pp. 253–254).

Najjar M., Abu Dayya A., Suleiman E., Weisgerber G. and Hauptmann A. 1990. Tell Wadi Feinan: The First Pottery Neolithic Tell in the South of Jordan. ADAJ 34:27–56. Nathan H. 1961. The Skeletal Material from Nahal Hever. ‘Atiqot (ES) 3:165–175.

Naveh J. 1960. A Hebrew Letter from the Seventh Century B.C. IEJ 10:129–139.

Naveh J. 1962. The Excavations at Mesad Hashavyahu: Preliminary Report. IEJ 12:89–113.

Naveh J. 1963. Hebrew Inscriptions in a Tomb Cave from the Period of the First Temple. Yediot 27:235–256 (Hebrew).

Naveh J. 1963. Old Hebrew Inscriptions in a Burial Cave. IEJ 13:74–92.

Naveh J. 1966. The Scripts of Two Ostraca from Elath. BASOR 183:27–30.

Naveh J. 1970. The Scripts in Palestine and Transjordan in the Iron Age. In J.A. Sanders ed. Near Eastern Archaeology in the Twentieth Century: Essays in Honor of Nelson Glueck. Garden City, N.Y Pp. 277–283.

Naveh J. 1971.The Aramaic Ostraca. In Y. Aharoni ed. Beer-Sheba I: Excavations at Tel Beer-Sheba 1969–1971 Seasons (Publications of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 2). Tel Aviv. Pp. 79–82.

Naveh J. 1975. An Aramic Inscription from El-Mal—A Survival of ‘Seleucid Aramaic’ Script. IEJ 25:117–123.

Naveh J. 1976. Syriac Miscellanea. ‘Atiqot (ES) 11:102–104.

Naveh J. 1979. The Aramaic Ostraca from Tel Beer-sheba (Seasons 1971–1976). Tel Aviv 6:182–198.

Naveh J. 1985. Published and Unpublished Aramaic Ostraca. ‘Atiqot (ES) 17:114–121.

Naveh J. 1985. Writing and Scripts in Seventh-Century B.C.E. Philistia: The New Evidence from Tell Jemmeh. IEJ 35:8–21.

Naveh J. 1987. Unpublished Phoenician Inscriptions from Palestine. IEJ 37:25–30.

Naveh J. 1992. Aramaic Ostraca and Jar Inscriptions from Tell Jemmeh. ‘Atiqot 21: 49–53.

Naveh J. 1997. Excavation of the Couthouse Site at ‘Akko: Phoenician Seal Impressions. ‘Atiqot 31:115–119.

Naveh J. 2000. Hebrew and Aramaic Inscriptions. In D. Ariel ed. Excavations at the City of David 1978–1985 Directed by Yigal Shiloh VI: Inscriptions (Qedem 41). Jerusalem. Pp. 1–14.

Naveh J. 2005. Mesad Hashavyahu―Forty Years after the Excavations. In M. Fischer ed. Yavneh, Yavneh-Yam and Their Neighborhood: Studies in the Archaeology and History of the Judean Coastal Plain. Tel Aviv. Pp. 107–110 (Hebrew; English summary, pp. XII–XIII).

Ne’eman Y. 1990. Map of Ma‘anit (54) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Ne’eman Y., Sender S. and Oren E. 2000. Map of Mikhmoret (52), Map of Hadera (53) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Neef R. 1990. Introduction, Development and Environmental Implications of Olive Culture: The Evidence from Jordan. In S. Bottema, G. Entjes-Nieborg and W. Van Zeist eds. Man’s Role in the Shaping of the Eastern Mediterranean Landscape. Proceedings of the Inqua/Bai Symposium on the Impact of Ancient Man on the Landscape of the Eastern Mediterranean Region and the Near East, Groningen/Netherlands 6–9 March 1989. Rotterdam—Brookfield, Vt¬. Pp. 295–306.

Negbi O. 1966. A Deposit of Terracottas and Statuettes from Tel Sippor (‘Atiqot [ES] 6). Jerusalem. Pp. 1–9.

Negbi O. 1976. Canaanite Gods in Metal: An Archaeological Study of Ancient Syro-Palestinian Figurines (Publications of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 5). Tel Aviv.

Negbi O. 1982. Evidence for Early Phoenician Communities on the Eastern Mediterranean Islands. Levant 14:179–182.

Negbi O. 1989. Bronze Age Pottery (Strata XVII–XV). 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. 43–63.

Negbi O. 1989. The Metal Figurines. In Y. Yadin, Y. Aharoni, R. Amiran, A. Ben-Tor, M. Dothan, T. Dothan, I. Dunayevsky, S. Geva and E. Stern. Hazor III–IV: An Account of the Third and Fourth Seasons of Excavation, 1957–1958 (Text). Jerusalem. Pp. 348–362.

Negev A. 1967. New Dated Nabatean Graffiti from Sinai. IEJ 17:250–255.

Negev A. 1971. The Nabatean Necropolis of Mampsis (Kurnub). IEJ 21:110–129.

Negev A. 1977. A Nabatean Sanctuary at Jebel Moneijah, Southern Sinai. IEJ 27:219–231.

Negev A. 1977. The Inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai (Qedem 6). Jerusalem.

Negev A. 1981. Excavations at Elusa, 1980. Qadmoniot 14 (55–56):122–128 (Hebrew).

Negev A. 1985. Excavations at Carmel (Kh. Susiya) in 1984: Preliminary Report. IEJ 35:231–252.

Negev A. 1986. The Late Hellenistic and Early Roman Pottery of Nabatean Oboda: Final Report (Qedem 22). Jerusalem.

Negev A. 1988. The Architecture of Mampsis, Final Report I: The Middle and Late Nabatean Periods (Qedem 26). Jerusalem.

Negev A. 1988. The Architecture of Mampsis, Final Report II: The Late Roman and Byzantine Periods (Qedem 26). Jerusalem.

Negev A. 1991. Personal Names in the Nabatean Realm (Qedem 32). Jerusalem.

Neidinger W. 1982. A Typology of Oil Lamps from the Mercantile Quarter of Antipatris. Tel Aviv 9:157–169.

Neidinger W. 1999. Area D. 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. 60–66.

Nenna M.D. 1993. La verrerie d’époque hellenistique à Delos. JGS 35:11–21.

Netzer E. 1981. Greater Herodium (Qedem 13). Jerusalem.

Netzer E. 1991. Masada III: The Yigael Yadin Excavations 1963–1965 Final Reports. The Buildings: Stratigraphy and Architecture. Jerusalem.

Netzer E. 1992. Domestic Architecture in the Iron Age. In A. Kempinski and R. Reich eds. The Architecture of Ancient Israel from the Prehistoric to the Persian Periods. Jerusalem. Pp. 193–201.

Netzer E. 1993. The Hasmonean Palaces in Eretz-Israel. In A. Biran and J. Aviram eds. Biblical Archaeology Today 1990: Proceedings of the Second International Congress on Biblical Archaeology. Jerusalem, June–July 1990. Jerusalem. Pp. 126–136.

Netzer E. 1999. A Synagogue from the Hasmonean Period Recently Exposed in the Western Plain of Jericho. IEJ 49:203–221.

Netzer E. 1999. Herodian Bath-houses. In J. DeLaine and D.E. Johnston eds. Roman Baths and Bathing: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Roman Baths Held at Bath, England, 30 March–4 April 1992 I: Bathing and Society (JRA Supplement Series 37). Portsmouth, R.I. Pp. 45–55.

Netzer E. 1999. Mourning Enclosure of Tomb H (Goliath Tomb). In R. Hachlili and A.E. Killebrew. Jericho: The Jewish Cemetery of the Second Temple Period (IAA Reports 7). Jerusalem. Pp. 45–50.

Netzer E. 2001. Hasmonean and Herodian Palaces at Jericho: Final Reports of the 1973–1987 Excavations I: Stratigraphy and Architecture. Jerusalem.

Netzer E. 2001. The Palaces of the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great. Jerusalem.

Netzer E. and Meyers E.M. 1977. Preliminary Report on the Joint Jericho Excavation Project. BASOR 228:15–27.

Neuville R. 1930. Notes de préhistoire palestinienne. JPOS 10:64–75, 193–221.

Newell E.T. 1936. The Seleucid Coinage of Tyre—A Supplement (Numismatic Notes and Monographs 73). New York.

Newell E.T. 1939. Late Seleucid Mints in Ake-Ptolemais and Damascus (Numismatic Notes and Monographs 84). New York.

Nicol N.D. 1986. Balog’s Coinage of the Ayyubids: Additions and Corrections. Numismatic Chronicle 146:149–154.

Nicol N.D. 2006. A Corpus of Fātimid Coins. Trieste.

Nicol N.D., el-Nabarawy R. and Bacharach J.L. 1982. Catalog of the Islamic Coins, Glass Weights, Dies and Medals in the Egyptian National Library, Cairo. Malibu.

Nicholson P.T. and Shaw I. eds. 2000. Ancient Egyptian Materials and Technology. Cambridge.

Nicolaou I. 1990. Paphos II: The Coins from the House of Dionysos. Nicosia.

Niemeyer H.G. ed. 1982. Phönizier im Westen: Die Beiträge des Internationalen Symposiums über «Die phönizische Expansion im westlichen Mittelmeerraum» in Köln vom 24. bis 27. April 1979 (Madrider Beiträge 8). Mainz am Rhein.

Nissenbaum A, Serban A., Amiran R. and Ilan O. 1984. Dead Sea Asphalt from the Excavations in Tel Arad and Small Tel Malhata. Paléorient 10/1:157–161.

Noble J.V. 1965. The Techniques of Painted Attic Pottery. New York.

Nodet É. 1980. Le niveau 3 (périod perse). In J. Briend and J.-B. Humbert eds. Tell Keisan (1971–76): une cité phénicienne en Galilée (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis, Series Archaeologica 1). Fribourg. Pp. 117–129.

Noeske H.-C. 2000. Münzfunde aus Ägypten 1: Die Münzfunde des ägyptischen Pilgerzentrums Abu Mina und die Vergleichsfunde aus den Dioecesen Aegyptus und Oriens vom 4.-8. Jh. n. Chr. : Prolegomenza zu einer Geschichte des spätrömischen Münzumlaufs in Ägypten und Syrien (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 12). Berlin.

Nuñez F.J. 2004. Preliminary report on ceramics from the Phoenician necropolis of Tyre-al Bass. 1997 campaign. In M.E. Aubet ed. The Phoenician Cemetery of Tyre-Al Bass: Excavations 1997–1999 (Bulletin d’Archéologie et d’Architecture Libanaises, Hors-Série I). Beirut. Pp. 281–373.

Nützel H. 1898. Katalog der Orientalischen Münzen I: Die Münzen der Östlischen Chalifen, Königliche Museum zu Berlin. Berlin.

O’Connell K.G., Rose D.G. and Toombs L.E. 1978. Tell el-Hesi, 1977. PEQ 110:75–90.

O’Connell K.G. and Rose D.G. 1980. Tell el-Hesi, 1979. PEQ 112:73–91.

Oded B. 1971. Darb el-Hawarneh––An Ancient Route. Eretz Israel 10:191–197 (Hebrew; English summary, pp. xv–xvi).

Oded B. 1978. Mass Deportations in the Neo-Assyrian Empire––Facts and Figures. Eretz Israel 14:62–68 (Hebrew; English summary, pp. 124*–125*).

Ofer A. 1994. ‘All the Hill Country of Judah’: From a Settlement Fringe to a Prosperous Monarchy. In I. Finkelstein. and N. Na’aman eds. From Nomadism to Monarchy: Archaeological and Historical Aspects of Early Israel. Jerusalem—Washington, D.C. Pp. 92–121.

Ofer A. 1998. The Judean Hills in the Biblical Period. Qadmoniot 31 (115):40–52 (Hebrew).

Oguz Alpözen T. 1975. Bodrum Müzesi Ticari Amphoralari. Türk Arkeoloji Dergisi 22:5–32.

O’Hea M. 2000. Make-up, Mirrors, and Men: Some Early Byzantine Glass from Syro-Palestine. In Annales du 14e de l’association internationale pour l’histoire du verre, Italia—Venizia—Milano 1998. Lochem. Pp. 219–222.

Olami Y. 1981. Daliya Map (31) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Olami Y. 1989. The Lithic Assemblage from the Early Bronze Age Layer at Gamla. Mitekufat Haeven, Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 22:115*–128*.

Olami Y. and Gal Z. 2003. Map of Shefar‘am (24) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Olami Y., Ronen A. and Romano A. 2003. Map of Haifa—West (22) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Olami Y., Sender S. and Oren E. 2004. Map of Yagur (27) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Olami Y., Sender S. and Oren E. 2005. Map of Dor (30) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Olami Y., Sender S. and Oren E. 2005. Map of Binyamina (48). Archaeological Survey of Israel, Jerusalem.

Onn A 1999. Tombs of the Persian Period near Tell er-Ras (Lohamé Hageta’ot, Area B). ‘Atiqot 37:45*–65*.

Oppenheim A.L. 1957. A Bird’s-Eye View of Mesopotamian Economic History. In K. Polanyi, C.M. Arensberg and H.W. Pearson eds. Trade and Market in the Early Empires: Economies in History and Theory. Chicago. Pp. 27–37.

Oppenheimer A. 1982. Jewish Sources Concerning the Subterranean Hideaways in the Time of Bar-Kokhba. Cathedra 26:24–29 (Hebrew).

Oren E. 1965. The Caves of the Palestinian Shephelah. Archaeology 18:218–224.

Oren E.D. 1968. The ‘Herodian Doves’ in the Light of Recent Archaeological Discoveries. PEQ 100:56–61.

Oren E.D. 1973. The Northern Cemetery at Beth Shan (University Museum Monograph 33). Leiden.

Oren E.D. 1973. The Overland Route between Egypt and Canaan in the Early Bronze Age. IEJ 23:198–205.

Oren E. 1982. Ziglag—A Biblical City on the Edge of the Negev. BA 45:155–166.

Oren E.D. 1984. “Governors’ Residencies” in Canaan under the New Kingdom: A Case Study of Egyptian Administration. Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 14:37–56.

Oren E.D. 1984. Migdol: A New Fortress on the Edge of the Eastern Nile Delta. BASOR 256:7–44.

Oren E.D. 1987. The “Ways of Horus” in North Sinai. In A.F. Rainey ed. Egypt, Israel, Sinai: Archaeological and Historical Relationships in the Biblical Period. Tel Aviv. Pp. 69–119.

Oren E.D. 1989. Early Bronze Age Settlement in Northern Sinai: A Model for Egypto-Canaanite Interconnections. 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. 389–405.

Oren E.D. 1992. Palaces and Patrician Houses in the Middle and Late Bronze Ages. In A. Kempinski and R. Reich eds. The Architecture of Ancient Israel from Prehistory to the Persian Periods. Jerusalem. Pp. 105–120.

Oren E.D. 1997. The “Kingdom of Sharuhen” and the Hyksos Kingdom. In E.D. Oren ed. The Hyksos: New Historical and Archaeological Perspectives (University Museum Monograph 96, University Museum Symposium Series 8). Philadelphia. Pp. 253–283.

Oren E.D. and Gilead I. 1981. Chalcolithic Sites in Northeastern Sinai. Tel Aviv 8:25–44.

Oren E.D. and Rappaport U. 1984. The Necropolis of Maresha–Beth Govrin. IEJ 34:114–153.

Oren E.D. and Yekutieli Y. 1990. North Sinai during the MB I Period―Pastoral Nomadism and Sedentary Settlement. Eretz Israel 21:6–22 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 101*).

Oren E.D. and Yekutieli Y. 1992. Taur Ikhbeineh: Earliest Evidence for Egyptian Interconnections. In E.C.M. van den Brink ed. The Nile Delta in Transition: 4th–3rd Millennium B.C.: Proceedings of the Seminar held in Cairo, 21–24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies. Tel Aviv. Pp. 361–384.

Oren E.D. and Yekutieli Y. 1996. The Middle Bronze Age Defence System at Tel Haror. Eretz Israel 25:15–26 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 87*).

Oren E.D. ed. The Hyksos: New Historical and Archaeological Perspectives (University Museum Monograph 96, University Museum Symposium Series 8). Philadelphia.

Oren E., Fleming N., Kornberg S., Feinstein R. and Nahshoni P. 1986. A Phoenician Emporium on the Border of Egypt. Qadmoniot 19 (75–76):83–91 (Hebrew).

Oren R. and Scheftelowitz N. 1998. The Tel Te’enim and Sha‛ar Ephraim Project. Tel Aviv 25:52–93.

Orfali P.G. 1922. Capharnaüm et ses ruines d’après les fouilles accomplies à Tell-Houm par la Custodie Franciscaine de Terre Sainte (1905–1921). Paris.

Ornan T. 2001. The Bull and Its Two Masters: Moon and Storm Deities in Relation to the Bull in Ancient Near Eastern Art. IEJ 51:1–26.

Orni E. and Efrat E. 1980. Geography of Israel (4th rev. ed.). Jerusalem.

Orton C., Tyers P. and Vince A. 1993. Pottery in Archaeology (Cambridge Manuals in Archaeology). Cambridge.

Ory J. 1946. A Middle Bronze Age Tomb at el-Jisr. QDAP 12:31–42.

Ory J. 1946. A Chalcolithic Necropolis at Benei Beraq. QDAP 12:43–57.

Ory J. 1948. A Bronze Age Cemetery at Dhahrat el Humraiya. QDAP 13:75–89.

Ovadia E. 1992. The Domestication of the Ass and Pack Transport by Animals: A Case of Technological Change. In O. Bar-Yosef and A. Khazanov eds. Pastoralism in the Levant: Archaeological Materials in Anthropological Perspectives (Monographs in World Archaeology 10). Madison. Pp. 19–28.

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