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Raban A. 1976. The Phoenician Jars from the Wrecked Ship off Philadelphia Villlage. Sefunim 5:48–58.
Raban A 1980. The Commercial Jar in the Ancient Near East: Its Evidence for Interconnections amongst the Biblical Lands. Ph.D. diss. The Hebrew University. Jerusalem (Hebrew).
Raban A. 1982. Nahalal Map(28) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.
Raban A. 1991. The Philistines in the Western Jezreel Valley. BASOR 284:17–27.
Raban A. 1999. Map of Mishmar Ha-‘Emeq (32) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.
Raban A. 2001. Jars and Standard Volume. In O. Rimon. Measuring and Weighing in Ancient Times (Reuben and Edith Hecht Museum, University of Haifa Catalogue 17). Pp. 11*–14*.
Raban A., Hohlfelder R.L., Holum K.G., Stieglitz R.R. and Vann R.L. 1990. Caesarea and Its Harbours: A Preliminary Report on the 1988 Season. IEJ 40:241–256.
Rahmani L.I. 1964. A Partial Survey of the Adulam Area. Yediot 28:209–231 (Hebrew).
Rahmani L.Y. 1960. Roman Tombs in Shmuel ha-Navi Street, Jerusalem. IEJ 10:140–148.
Rahmani L.Y. 1961. A Tomb from the Fourth Century A.C. in Heletz. BIES 25:150–156 (Hebrew).
Rahmani L.Y. 1961. Jewish Rock-Cut Tombs in Jerusalem. ‘Atiqot (ES) 3:93–120.
Rahmani L.Y. 1964. Mirror-Plaques from a Fifth-Century A.D. Tomb. IEJ 14:50–60.
Rahmani L.Y. 1964. A Partial Survey of the Adullam Area. Yediot 28:209–231 (Hebrew).
Rahmani L.Y. 1967. Jason’s Tomb. IEJ 17:61–100.
Rahmani L. I. 1969. Notes on Some Acquisitions. ‘Atiqot (HS) 5:81–83* (Hebrew; English summary, pp. 10*–11*).
Rahmani L.Y. 1972. A Bilingual Ossuary-Inscription from Khirbet Zif. IEJ 22:113–116.
Rahmani L.Y. 1980. Palestinian Incense Burners of the Sixth to Eighth Centuries C.E. IEJ 30:116–122.
Rahmani L.Y. 1994. A Catalogue of Jewish Ossuaries in the Collections of the State of Israel. Jerusalem.
Rahmani L.Y. 1999. A Catalogue of Roman and Byzantine Lead Coffins from Israel. Jerusalem.
Rahtjen B.D. 1961. A Note Concerning the Form of the Gezer Tablet. PEQ:70–72.
Rainey A.F. 1962. Administration in Ugarit and the Samaria Ostraca. IEJ 12:62–63.
Rainey A.F. 1963. Business Agents at Ugarit IEJ 13:313–321.
Rainey A.F. 1967. The Samaria Ostraca in the Light of Fresh Evidence. PEQ 99:32–41.
Rainey A.F. 1970. Semantic Parallels to the Samaria Ostraca. PEQ 102:45–51.
Rainey A.F. 1975. The Identification of Philistine Gath—A Problem in Source Analysis for Historical Geography. Eretz Israel 12:63*–76*.
Rainey A.F. 1980. The Administrative Division of the Shephelah. Tel Aviv 7:194–202.
Rainey A.F. 1982. Wine from the Royal Vineyards. BASOR 245:57–62.
Rainey A.F. 1983. The Biblical Shephelah of Judah. BASOR 251:1–22.
Rainey A.F. 1989. The Sharon Coastal Plain: Historical Geography. 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. 10–25.
Rainey A.F. 1993. Sharhân/Sharuhen—The Problem of Identification. Eretz Israel 24:178*–187*.
Rainey A.F. 1994. Hezekiah’s Reform and the Altars at Beer-sheba and Arad. 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. 333–354.
Rainey A.F. 1996. Who is a Canaanite? A Review of the Textual Evidence. BASOR 304:1–15.
Rainey A.F. ed. 1987. Egypt, Israel, Sinai: Archaeological and Historical Relationships in the Biblical Period. Tel Aviv.
Rainey A.F. and Notley R.S. 2006. The Sacred Bridge: Carta’s Atlas of the Biblical World. Jerusalem.
Rappaport U. 1970. Gaza and Ascalon in the Persian and Hellenistic Periods in Relation to their Coins. IEJ 20:75–80.
Rast W.E. 1978. Taanach I: Studies in the Iron Age Pottery (ASOR Excavation Reports). Cambridge, Mass.
Rast W.E. and Schaub R.T. 2003. Bâb edh-Dhrâc: Excavations at the Town Site (1975–1981) 1: Text (Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan 2). Winona Lake.
Rathbone D. 1983. The Grain Trade and Grain Shortages in the Hellenistic East. In P. Garnsey and C.R. Whitaker eds. Trade and Famine in Classical Antiquity (Cambridge Philological Society Supplement 8). Cambridge. Pp. 45–55.
Ravani B. 1961. Rock-Cut Tombs at Huqoq: The Excavations. ‘Atiqot (ES) 3:121–125.
Ray P.J. Jr. 2001. Tell Hesban and Vicinity in the Iron Age (Hesban 6). Berrien Springs, Mich.
Raynor J. 1981. Numismatic Report of Nabratein 1980. In E.M. Meyers, J.F. Strange and C.L. Meyers. Preliminary Report on the 1980 Excavations at En-Nabratein, Israel. BASOR 244:15–21.
Raynor J.1990. Numismatics. In E.M. Meyers, C.L. Meyers, and J.F. Strange. Excavations at the Ancient Synagogue of Gush Halav (ASOR Excavation Report 5). Winona Lake. Pp. 230–245.
Raynor J. and Meshorer Y. 1988. The Coins of Ancient Meiron (Meiron Excavation Project Series 4). Winona Lake.
Razi Z. and Braun E. 1992. The Lost Crusader Castle of Tiberias. In B.Z. Kedar ed. The Horns of Hattīn (Proceedings of the Second Conference of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East, Jerusalem and Haifa, July 2–6, 1987). Jerusalem. Pp. 216–227.
Reese D.S. 1979–1980. Industrial Exploitation of Murex Shells: Purple-dye and Lime Production at Sidi Khrebish, Benghazi (Berenice). Libyan Studies 11:79–93.
Reese D.S. 1987. Palaikastro Shells and Bronze Age Purple-dye Production in the Mediterranean Basin. Annual of the British School at Athens 82:201–206.
Reese D.S. 1989. On Cassid Lips and Helmet Shells. BASOR 275:33–39.
Reese D.S. 1990. Triton Shells from East Mediterranean Sanctuaries and Graves. Journal of Prehistoric Religion 3–4:7–14.
Reese D.S. 1991. The Trade of Indo-Pacific Shells into the Mediterranean Basin and Europe. OJA 10:159–196.
Reese D.S. 2003. Marine and Freshwater Shells from Qiryat Ata. In A. Golani. Salvage Excavations at the Early Bronze Age Site of Qiryat Ata (IAA Reports 18). Jerusalem. Pp. 253–261.
Reese D.S., Mienis H.K., and Woodward F.R. 1986. On the Trade of Shells and Fish from the Nile River. BASOR 264:79–84.
Reece R. 1988. Interpreting Roman Hoards. WA 20:261–269.
Regev E. 1996. Ritual Baths of Jewish Groups and Sects in the Second Temple Period. Cathedra 79:3–21 (Hebrew; English abstract, p. 203).
Regev L., Zukerman A., Hitchcock L., Maeir A.M., Weiner S. and Boaretto E. 2010. Iron Age Hydraulic Plaster from Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel. Journal of Archaeological Science 37:3000–3009.
Reich R. 1975. The Persian Building at Ayyelet ha-Shahar: The Assyrian Palace of Hazor? IEJ 25:233–237.
Reich R. 1980. A Note on the Aramaic Inscription from Kh. Habra. ‘Atiqot (ES) 14:96–98.
Reich R. 1981. Archaeological Evidence of the Jewish Population at Hasmonean Gezer. IEJ 31:48–52.
Reich R. 1982. A Decorated Roman Tomb near Ben-Shemen. ‘Atiqot (HS) 8:16–21 (Hebrew; English summary, pp. 2*–3*).
Reich R. 1982. Jewish Ritual Baths at Tel Gezer. Qadmoniot 15 (58–59):74–76 (Hebrew).
Reich R. 1984. A Miqweh at ‘Isawiya near Jerusalem. IEJ 34:220–223.
Reich R. 1984. The Identification of the ‘Sealed kāru of Egypt’. IEJ 34:32–38.
Reich R. 1985. The “Boundary of Gezer”––On the Jewish Settlement at Gezer in Hasmonean Times. Eretz Israel 18:167–179 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 71*).
Reich R. 1985. A Samaritan Amulet from Nahariya. RB 92:383–388.
Reich R. 1986. A Samaritan Amulet from Kh. ‘Eitayim near Nahariya. In M.Yedaya ed. The Western Galilee Antiquities. Tel Aviv. Pp. 393–396 (Hebrew).
Reich R. 1986. On Some Byzantine Remains: A. A Chancel Screen from Horvat Sufa; B. A Figurative Mosaic from Caesarea; C. A Chapel at Khirbet Umm Zaquma. ‘Atiqot (ES) 17:205–213.
Reich R. 1987. Four Notes on Jerusalem. IEJ 37:158–167.
Reich R. 1987. “...From Gad Yawan to Shiloah”—On the History of the Gihon Spring in the Second Temple Period. Eretz Israel 19:330–333 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 83*).
Reich R. 1988. The Hot Bath-House (balneum), the Miqweh and the Jewish Community in the Second Temple Period. Journal of Jewish Studies 39:102–107.
Reich R. 1989. A Samaritan Ring from Apollonia. In I. Roll and E. Ayalon. Apollonia and Southern Sharon: Model of a Coastal City and Its Hinterland. Tel Aviv. Pp. 269–271 (Hebrew).
Reich R. 1989. Two Possible Miqwā’ōt on the Temple Mount. IEJ 39:63–65.
Reich R. 1989. A Third Season of Excavations at Mesad Hashavyahu. Eretz Israel 20:228–232 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 203*).
Reich R. 1990. The ‘Boundary of Gezer’ Inscriptions Again. IEJ 40:44–46.
Reich R. 1990. Two [Early] Sites in Biq‘at ‘Uvda. ‘Atiqot (HS) 10:13–19 (Hebrew; English summary, pp. 2*–3*).
Reich R. 1991. A Note on the Roman Mosaic at Magdala on the Sea of Galilee. LA 41:455–458.
Reich R. 1991. A Tomb from the Roman Period near Khirbet Farwa. In Z. Ehrlich ed. Shomron and Benjamin: Studies in Historical Geography. Jerusalem. Pp. 214–226 (Hebrew).
Reich R. 1992. Building Materials and Architectural Elements in Ancient Israel. In A. Kempinski and R. Reich eds. The Architecture of Ancient Israel from the Prehistoric to the Persian Periods. Jerusalem. Pp. 1–16.
Reich R. 1992. Ossuary Inscriptions from the ‘Caiaphas’ Tomb. ‘Atiqot 21:72–77.
Reich R. 1992. Palaces and Residences 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. 202–222.
Reich R. 1992. The Beth-zur Citadel II—A Persian Residency? Tel Aviv 19:113–123.
Reich R. 1993. The Bet Yerah ‘Synagogue’ Reconsidered. ‘Atiqot 22:137–144.
Reich R. 1993. The Israel Antiquities Authority. 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. 27–30.
Reich R. 1994. Ossuary Inscriptions of the Caiaphas Family from Jerusalem. In H. Geva ed. Ancient Jerusalem Revealed. Jerusalem. Pp. 223–225.
Reich R. 1994. The Ancient Burial Ground in the Mamilla Neighbourhood, Jerusalem. In H. Geva ed. Ancient Jerusalem Revealed. Jerusalem. Pp. 111–118.
Reich R. 1994. The Plan of the Samaritan Synagogue at Sha‘alvim. IEJ 44:228–233.
Reich R. 1994. Two Greek Burial Inscriptions from Lod (Lydda). ‘Atiqot 25:47*–49* (Hebrew; English summary, p. 190).
Reich R. 1994. Two Samaritan Rings from Gelilot (el-Jalil), near Herzliyya. ‘Atiqot 25:135–138.
Reich R. 1995. A Note on the Function of Room 30 (the ‘Scriptorium’) at Khirbet Qumran. Journal of Jewish Studies 46:157–160.
Reich R. 1995. The Synagogue and the Miqweh in Eretz-Israel in the Second-Temple, Mishnaic, and Talmudic Periods. In D. Urman and P.V.M. Flesher eds. Ancient Synagogues: Historical Analysis and Archaeological Discovery I (Studia Post-Biblica 47). Leiden—New York—Cologne. Pp. 289–297. Reich R. 1996. A Hellenistic Statue of Daedalus and Icarus Discovered in Philadelphia/Amman. Qadmoniot 29 (111):39–43 (Hebrew).
Reich R. 1996. A Note on the Relative Chronology of Buildings A and B at Tell Jemmeh. Eretz Israel 25:264–267 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 98*).
Reich R. 1996. A Roman-Byzantine Nymphaeum at ‘En Shoqeq, West of Bet She’an. ‘Atiqot 28:9*–12* (Hebrew; English summary, p.196).
Reich R. 1997. Miqwa’ot (Ritual Baths) at Qumran. Qadmoniot 30 (114):125–128 (Hebrew).
Reich R. 1998. The Miqweh (Ritual Bath). In G. Edelstein, I. Milevski and S. Aurant. Villages, Terraces, and Stone Mounds: Excavations at Manahat, Jerusalem, 1987–1989 (IAA Reports 3). Jerusalem. Pp. 122–124.
Reich R. 2000. Measuring Tools in the Service of Architects and Masons in Antiquity. In O.
Rimon and R. Shchori eds. Measuring and Weighing in Ancient Times, Exhibition Catalogue (Reuben and Edith Hecht Museum Catalogue 17). Haifa. Pp. 61*–67*.
Reich R. 2001. Women and Men at Masada: Some Anthropological Observations Based on the Small Finds (Coins, Spindles). ZDPV 117:149–163.
Reich R. 2001. The Rockefeller Museum in Jerusalem and the “Monkey War”. Mitekufat Haeven, Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 31:219–226.
Reich R. 2001. Recent Achievements of Archaeology from the Hellenistic to the Byzantine Periods. Cathedra 100:183–198 (Hebrew; English abstract, p. 402).
Reich R. 2003. Baking and Cooking at Masada. ZDPV 119:140–158.
Reich R. 2003. Fragments of Clay Stoves. In H. Geva. Jewish Quarter Excavations in the Old City of Jerusalem Conducted by Nahman Avigad, 1969–1982 II: The Finds from Areas A, W and X-2, Final Report. Jerusalem. Pp. 292–295.
Reich R. 2003. A Response to E. Baruch and Y. Peleg Concerning the Reconstruction of the Herodian Royal Stoa. In E. Baruch, U. Leibner and A. Faust eds. New Studies on Jerusalem: Proceedings of the Ninth Conference. Ramat Gan. Pp. 45–52 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 31*).
Reich R. 2003. Local Seal Impressions of the Hellenistic Period. In H. Geva. Jewish Quarter Excavations in the Old City of Jerusalem Conducted by Nahman Avigad, 1969–1982, II: The Finds from Areas A, W and X-2, Final Report. Jerusalem. Pp. 256–262.
Reich R. 2003. On the Assyrian Presence at Ramat Rahel. Tel Aviv 30:124–129.
Reich R. 2003. Stone Vessels, Weights and Architectural Fragments. In H. Geva. Jewish Quarter Excavations in the Old City of Jerusalem Conducted by Nahman Avigad, 1969–1982 II: The Finds from Areas A, W and X-2, Final Report. Jerusalem. Pp. 263–291.
Reich R. 2003. The Stratigraphic Relationship between Palaces 1369 and 1052 (Stratum III) at Megiddo. BASOR 331:39–44.
Reich R. 2003. Various Inscribed Pottery Sherds. In H. Geva. Jewish Quarter Excavations in the Old City of Jerusalem Conducted by Nahman Avigad, 1969–1982 II: The Finds from Areas A, W and X-2, Final Report. Jerusalem. Pp. 450–452.
Reich R. 2004. Inscriptions and Incisions on Ossuaries. Pp. 52*–53* in O. Shurkin. Burial Grounds and an Industrial Area in Wadi el-Halaf (near Khirbat Ras Abu Ma‘aruf) in Pisgat Ze’ev, Jerusalem. ‘Atiqot 48:27*–58* (Hebrew; English summary, pp. 152–154).
Reich R. 2006. Stone Scale Weights of the Late Second Temple Period from the Jewish Quarter. 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. 329–388.
Reich R. and Abu Raya R. 2002. “Call me Ishmael”—An Inscribed Ossuary from Jerusalem. In E.D. Oren and S. Ahituv eds. Aharon Kempinski Memorial Volume: Studies in Archaeology and Related Disciplines (Beer-Sheva 15). Be’er Sheva‘. Pp. 341–343.
Reich R. and Billig Y. 1999. Excavations near the Temple Mount and Robinson’s Arch, 1994–1996. Qadmoniot 32 (117):33–40 (Hebrew).
Reich R. and Billig Y. 2000. A Group of Theatre Seats Discovered near the South-Western Corner of the Temple Mount. IEJ 50:175–184.
Reich R. and Billig Y. 2000. Excavations near the Temple Mount and Robinson’s Arch, 1994–1996. In H. Geva ed. Ancient Jerusalem Revealed (reprinted and expanded ed.). Jerusalem. Pp. 340–352.
Reich R. and Billig Y. 2003. Another Flavian Inscription near the Temple Mount of Jerusalem. ‘Atiqot 44:243–247.
Reich R. and Brandl B. 1985. Gezer under Assyrian Rule. PEQ 117:41–54.
Reich R. and Geva H. 1976. Five Jewish Burial-Caves on Mount Scopus, Jerusalem. In Y.Yadin ed. Jerusalem Revealed: Archaeology in the Holy City 1968–1974. Jerusalem. Pp. 67–69.
Reich R. and Geva H. 1982. Burial Caves on Mount Scopus. ‘Atiqot (HS) 8:52–56 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 6*).
Reich R. and Geva H. 2006. Perforated Stone Basins. 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. 79–83.
Reich R. and Greenhut Z. 2002. Another ‘Boundary of Gezer’ Inscription Found Recently. IEJ 52:58–63.
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2000. The System of Rock-Cut Tunnels near Gihon in Jerusalem Reconsidered. RB 107:5–17.
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2000. City-Walls and Water Channels from the Middle Bronze II and Late Iron Age in the City of David—New Evidence from the 2000 Season. In A. Faust and E. Baruch eds. New Studies on Jerusalem: Proceedings of the Sixth Conference December 7th 2000. Ramat Gan. Pp. 5–8 (Hebrew; English abstract, p. 5*).
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2000. The Excavations at the Gihon Spring and Warren’s Shaft System in the City of David. In H. Geva ed. Ancient Jerusalem Revealed (reprinted and expanded ed.). Jerusalem. Pp. 327–339.
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2001. New Excavations on the Eastern Slope of the City of David. Qadmoniot 34 (122):78–87 (Hebrew).
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2001. The Western Extramural Quarter of Byzantine Jerusalem. In Y. Eshel ed. Judea and Samaria Research Studies 10. Kedumin and Ariel. Pp. 147–152 (Hebrew; English summary, pp. XX–XXI).
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2002. New Discoveries in the City of David Excavations, Jerusalem. In E. Baruch and A. Faust eds. New Studies on Jerusalem: Proceedings of the Eighth Conference. Ramat Gan. Pp. 15–20 (Hebrew; English abstract, pp. 5*–6*).
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2002. Reconsidering the Karstic Theory as an Explanation to the Cutting of Hezekiah’s Tunnel in Jerusalem. BASOR 325:75–80.
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2003. Notes on the Gezer Water System. PEQ 135:22–29.
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2003. The Urban Development of Jerusalem in the Late Eighth Century B.C.E. In A.G. Vaughn and A.E. Killebrew eds. Jerusalem in Bible and Archaeology: The First Temple Period (Society of Biblical Literature Symposium Series 18). Atlanta. Pp. 209–218.
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2003. The Jerusalem City-Dump in the Late Second Temple Period. ZDPV 119:12–18.
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2004. The History of the Gihon Spring in Jerusalem. Levant 36:211–223.
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2004. The Siloam Pool in the Wake of Recent Discoveries . In E. Baruch and A. Faust eds. New Studies on Jerusalem: Proceedings of the Tenth Conference. Ramat Gan. Pp. 137–140 (Hebrew).
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2005. The Shiloah Pool during the Second Temple Period. Qadmoniot 38 (130):91–96 (Hebrew).
Reich R. and Shukron E. 2006. The Excavation of the ‘Rock-cut Pool’ near the Gihon Spring, Jerusalem. In E. Baruch, Z. Greenhut and A. Faust eds. New Studies on Jerusalem: Proceedings of the Eleventh Conference. Ramat Gan. Pp. 17–21 (Hebrew; English abstract, pp. 32*–33*).
Reich R., Avni G. and Winter T. 1999. The Jerusalem Archaeological Park. Jerusalem.
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