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Saarisalo A. 1927. The Boundary between Issachar and Naphtali: An Archaeological and Literary Study of Israel’s Settlement in Canaan. Helsinki.

Saarisalo A. 1929. Topographical Researches in Galilee. JPOS 9:27-40.

Saarisalo A. 1931. Topographical Researches in the Shephelah. JPOS 11:98–104.

Sabloff J.A. and Lamberg-Karlovsky C.C. eds. 1975. Ancient Civilization and Trade. Albuquerque.

Sadeh M. 2000. Animal Bones from Qiryat ‘Ata, Area L. Tel Aviv 27:57–60.

Sadeh S. 1996. Small Finds. In R. Gophna. Excavations at Tel Dalit: An Early Bronze Age Walled Town in Central Israel. Tel Aviv. Pp. 143–152.

Sadeh S. and Gophna R. 1991. Observations on the Chalcolithic Ceramic Sequence in the Middle Jordan Valley. Mitekufat Haeven, Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 24:135–148.

Sader H. 1992. An Epigraphic Note on a Phoenician Inscription from Tell Kazel. Berytus 38:94–97.

Safrai Z. 1985–1986. Unab e-Kabir––Village Pasture in the Roman–Byzantine Period. In R. Zeevy ed. Israel–People and Land 2–3:119–128 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 12*).

Safrai Z. 1996. The Economic Implication of Olive Oil Production in the Mishnah and Talmud Periods. 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. 119–124.

Safrai Z. 1997. The Village of Judaea. In S. Dar and Z. Safrai eds. The Village in Ancient Israel. Tel Aviv. Pp. 11–73 (Hebrew).

Safrai Z. 1998. The Missing Century: Palestine in the Fifth Century: Growth and Decline. Brussels.

Sagiv N. and Kloner A. 1996. Maresha: Underground Olive Oil Production in the Hellenistic Period. 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. 255–292.

Sagiv N. and Zissu B. 1998. Khorvat Tabaq at Tel Goded—A Jewish Site Which Was Destroyed after the Bar-Kokhba Revolt. In Y. Eshel ed. Judea and Samaria Research Studies: Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Meeting 1997. Kedumin and Ariel. Pp. 115–139 (Hebrew; English summary, pp. XIV–XV).

Sagiv N., Zissu B. and Amit D. 1997. The Northern Water System of Beth Guvrin–Eleutheropolis. In Y. Eshel ed. Judea and Samaria Research Studies: Proceedings of the 6th annual meeting—1996. Kedumin and Ariel. Pp. 245–258 (Hebrew; English summary, p. XXIII).

Sagiv N., Zissu B. and Avni G. 1998. Tombs of the Second Temple at Tel Goded, Judean Foothills. ‘Atiqot 35:7*–21* (Hebrew; English summary, pp. 169–171).

Sagona A.G. 1982. Levantine Storage Jars of the 13th to 4th Century B.C. Opuscula Athenensia 14:74–110.

Sahlins M. 1972. Stone Age Economics. Chicago.

Saideh R. 1966. Fouilles du Khaldé. BMB 19:51–90.

Saidah R. 1977. Une tombe de l’âge du Fer à Tambourit (région de Sidon). Berytus 25:135–146.

Saidel B.A. 2002. The Excavations at Rekhes Nafha 396 in the Negev Highlands, Israel. BASOR 325:37–63.

Saller S.J. 1953–1954. A Catalogue of the Ancient Synagogues of the Holy Land. LA 4:219–246.

Saller S.J. 1964. The Excavations at Dominus Flevit (Mount Olivet, Jerusalem) II: The Jebusite Burial Place (Publications of the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum 13). Jerusalem.

Salles J.-F. 1980. Le niveau 4. 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. 131–156.

Salles J.-F. 1985. Cuvettes et “mortier” du Levant au Ier millénaire av. J.–C. In J.-L. Huot, M. Yon and Y. Calvet eds. De l’Indus aux Balkans: recueil à la mémoire de Jean Deshayes. Paris. Pp. 199–212.

Salles J.-F. 1991. Du blé, de l’huile et du vin… In H. Sancisi–Weerdenburg and A. Kuhrt eds. Asia Minor and Egypt: Old Cultures in a New Empire: Proceedings of the Groningen 1998 Achaemenid History Workshop (Achaemenid History VI). Leiden. Pp. 207–236.

Sass B. 2000. The Small Finds. 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. 349–423.

Sass B. 2002. An Iron Age I Jewelry Hoard from Cave II/3 in Wadi el-Makkuk. ‘Atiqot 41(2):21–33.

Sasson A. 1998. The Pastoral Component in the Economy of Hill Country Sites during the Intermediate Bronze and Iron Ages: Archaeo-Ethnographic Case Studies. Tel Aviv 25:3–51.

Savignac M-R. 1903. Chronique: un tombeau romain à Beit-Nettif. RB 12:431–434.

Sayce A.H. 1904. Note on the Assyrian Tablet. PEFQSt:236–237.

SC I: A. Houghton and C. Lorber. Seleucid Coins. A Comprehensive Catalogue I: Seleucus I through Antiochus III. New York, Lancaster, Penn.—London 2002.

SC II: A. Houghton, C. Lorber and O. Hoover. Seleucid Coins. A Comprehensive Catalogue II: Seleucus IV through Antiochus XIII. New York, Lancaster, Penn.—London 2008.

Scanlon G.T. and Pinder-Wilson R. 2001. Fustat Glass of the Early Islamic Period: Finds Excavated by the American Research Center in Egypt 1964–1980. London.

SCBI: D.M. Metcalf. English Coins, 1066–1279 (Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles 12). London 1969.

Schaefer J. 1989. Archaeological Remains from the Medieval Islamic Occupation of the Northwest Negev Desert. BASOR 274:33–60.

Schaeffer F.-A. 1929. Les fouilles de Minet el-Beida et de Ras Shamra (campagne du printemps 1929). Syria 10:285–297.

Schaeffer F.-A. 1949. Ugaritica II (Mission de Ras Shamra V). Paris.

Schatzman I. 1991. Ballistra Stones from Tel Dor and the Artillery of the Greco-Roman World. Qadmoniot 24 (95–96):94–104 (Hebrew).

Schaub R.T. 1987. Ceramic Vessels as Evidence for Trade Communication during the Early Bronze Age in Jordan. In A. Hadidi ed. Studies in History and Archaeology of Jordan 3. Amman. Pp. 247–50.

Schaub R.T. and Rast W.E. 1989. Bâb edh-Dhrâc: Excavations in the Cemetery Directed by Paul W. Lapp (1965–67) (Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan 1). Winona Lake.

Scheftelowitz N. 1990. The Pottery. In A. Kempinski and W.-D. Niemeier eds. Excavations at Kabri 4: Preliminary Report of the 1989 Season. Tel Aviv. Pp. X–XI.

Scheftelowitz N. 1993. The Flint Assemblages of Bet Ha-emeq. In S. Givon. The Excavation at Bet Ha-Emeq 1973. Tel Aviv. Pp. 64–67 (Hebrew).

Scheftelowitz N. 2002. Beads. In A. Kempinski. Tel Kabri: The 1986–1993 Excavation Seasons (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 20). Tel Aviv. Pp. 356–362.

Scheftelowitz N. 2002. Pottery. II. Early Bronze Age. In A. Kempinski. Tel Kabri: The 1986–1993 Excavation Seasons (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 20). Tel Aviv. Pp. 96–108.

Schick C. 1891. Herr Schick’s Reports. PEFQSt:276–281.

Schick T. 1988. Cordage, Basketry and Fabrics. In O. Bar-Yosef and D. Alon. Nahal Hemar Cave (‘Atiqot [ES] 18). Jerusalem. Pp. 31–43.

Schick T. 1998. The Cave of the Warrior: A Fourth Millennium Burial in the Judean Desert (IAA Reports 5). Jerusalem.

Schick T. 2002. The Early Basketry and Textiles from Caves in the Northern Judean Desert. ‘Atiqot 41(2):223–239.

Schiffer M.B., Sullivan A.P. and Klinger T.C. 1978. The design of archaeological surveys. WA 10:1–28.

Schiffman L.H. 1994. Reclaiming the Dead Sea Scrolls. Philadelphia.

Schloen J. D. 2001. The House of the Father as Fact and Symbol: Patrimonialism in Ugarit and the Ancient Near East (Studies in the Archaeology and History of the Levant 2). Winona Lake.

Schlumberger D. 1933. Les formes anciennes du chapiteau corinthien en Syrie, en Palestine at en Arabie. Syria 14:283–317.

Schlumberger G. 1878–1882. Numismatique de l’Orient Latin. Paris (Reprint Graz 1954).

Schmandt-Besserat D. 1980. Ocher in Prehistory: 300,000 Years of the Use of Iron Ores as Pigments. In T. Wertime and J.D. Muhly eds. The Coming of the Age of Iron. New Haven. Pp. 127–150.

Schmandt-Besserat D. 1983. Tokens and Counting. BA 46:117–120.

Schmidt-Dick F. 2003. Typenatlas der römischen Reichsprägung von Augustus bis Aemilianus. Erster Band: Weibliche Darstellungen. Vienna.

Schmitt-Korte K and Price M. 1994. Nabatean Coinage—Part III: The Nabatean Monetary System. Numismatic Chronicle 154:67–131.

Schmitt-Korte K. 1990. Nabatean Coinage—Part II: New Coin Types and Variants. Numismatic Chronicle 150:105–131.

Schmitt-Korte K. and Cowell M. 1989. Nabatean Coinage—Part I: The Silver Content Measured by X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis. Numismatic Chronicle 149:33–58.

Schneider H. 1950. The Memorial of Moses on Mount Nebo III: The Pottery (Studium Biblicum Franciscanum Collectio Maior 1). Jerusalem.

Schulman A. and Gophna R. 1981. An Archaic Egyptian Serekh from Tel Ma’ahaz. IEJ 31:165–167.

Schumacher G. 1902. Dscherasch. ZDPV 25:109–177.

Schumacher G. 1908. Tell el-Mutesellim I: Fundbericht. Leipzig.

Schwartz J. 1990. Once More on the ‘Boundary of Gezer’ Inscriptions and the History of Gezer and Lydda at the End of the Second Temple Period. IEJ 40:47–57.

Scullard H.H. 1974. The Elephant in the Greek and Roman World. Ithaca.

Sebbane M. 2003. The Kfar Monash Hoard: A Re-Evaluation. Eretz Israel 27:169–184 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 289*).

Sebbane M. and Avner U. 1993. Biq‘at Nimra: A Tomb from the Beginning of the Early Bronze Age I. ‘Atiqot 22:33–40.

Sebbane M., Ilan O., Avner U. and Ilan D.1993. The Dating of the Early Bronze Age Settlements in the Negev and Sinai. Tel Aviv 20:41–54.

Seefried M. 1979. Glass Core Pendants found in the Mediterranean Area. JGS 21:17–26.

Segal A. 1988. Town Planning and Architecture in Provincia Arabia: The cities along the Via Traiana Nova in the 1st-3rd centuries C.E. (BAR Int. S. 419). Oxford.

Segal A. 1991. Architecture and the Theatre in Eretz Israel during the Roman and Byzantine Periods (Reuben and Edith Hecht Museum Catalogue 7). Haifa.

Segal A. 1995. Monumental Architecture in Roman Palestine and Provincia Arabia. Haifa (Hebrew).

Segal A. 1999. The History and Architecture of the Theaters in Roman Palestine. Jerusalem (Hebrew).

Segal A., Mlynarczyk J., Burdayewicz M., Schuler M. and Eisenberg M. 2004. Hippos-Sussita: Fifth Season of Excavations (September–October 2004) and Summary of All Five Seasons (2000–2004). Haifa.

Segal A., Mlynarczyk J., Burdayewicz M., Schuler M. and Eisenberg M. 2005. Hippos-Sussita: Sixth Season of Excavations (July 2005). Haifa.

Segal D. and Carmi I. 1996. Rehovot Radiocarbon Date List V. ‘Atiqot 29:79–106.

Segal D. and Carmi I. 2004. Rehovot Radiocarbon Date List VI. ‘Atiqot 48:123–148.

Segal I. and Roman I. 1999. Chemical and Metallurgical Studies of Copper Ingots from Horbat ‘En Ziq and Horbat Be’er Resisim. In R. Cohen. Ancient Settlement of the Central Negev I: The Chalcolithic Period, the Early Bronze Age and the Middle Bronze Age I (IAA Reports 6). Jerusalem. Pp. 22*–43*.

Segal I., Halicz L. and Kamenski A. 2004. The Metallurgical Remains from Ashkelon, Afridar—Areas E, G and H. ‘Atiqot 45:311–330.

Seger J.D. 1972. Newly Discovered Burial Caves at Gezer. Qadmoniot 5 (17):15–18 (Hebrew).

Seger J.D. 1972. Tomb Offerings from Gezer (Rockefeller Museum Catalogue 94). Jerusalem.

Seger J.D. 1974. The Middle Bronze Age II C Date of the East Gate at Shechem. Levant 6:117–130.

Seger J.D. 1975. The MB II Fortifications at Shechem and Gezer: A Hyksos Retrospective. Eretz Israel 12:34*–45*.

Seger J.D. 1976. Reflections on the Gold Hoard from Gezer. BASOR 221:133–140.

Seger J.D. 1976. The Search for Maccabean Gezer. BA 39:142–144.

Seger J.D. 1983. Investigations at Tell Halif, Israel, 1976–1980. BASOR 252:1–23.

Seger J.D. 1987. Tell Gezer: Phase II Excavations 1972–1974. In L.G. Perdue, L.E. Toombs and G.L. Johnson eds. Archaeology and Biblical Interpretation: Essays in Memory of D. Glenn Rose. Atlanta. Pp. 113–128.

Seger J.D. 1988. Gezer V: The Field I Caves (Annual of the Hebrew Union College/Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology V). Jerusalem.

Seger J.D. 1988. The Location of Biblical Ziklag according to Tel Halif Excavations. In D. Urman and E. Stern eds. Man and Environment in the Southern Shefelah: Studies in Regional Geography and History. Ramat Gan. Pp. 139–150 (Hebrew).

Seger J.D. 1989. Some Provisional Correlations in EB III Stratigraphy in Southern Palestine. 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. 117–135. *

Seger J.D. 1993. Gezer: A Twice Told Tell, 1902–1909 and 1964–1974. 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. 559–574.

Seger J.D. and Borowski O. 1977. The First Two Seasons at Tell Halif. BA 40:156–166.

Seger J.D. ed. 1996. Retrieving the Past: Essays on Archaeological Research and Methodology in Honor of Gus W. Van Beek. Winona Lake.

Seger J.D., Baum B., Borowski O., Cole D.P., Forshey H., Futato E., Jacobs P.F., Laustrup M., O’Connor Seger P. and Zeder M. 1990. The Bronze Age Settlements at Tell Halif: Phase II Excavations, 1983–1987. In W.E. Rast ed. Preliminary Reports of ASOR-Sponsored Excavations 1983–87 (BASOR Supplement 26). Baltimore. Pp. 1–32. Séjourné P.M. 1892. Chronique biblique. RB 1:257–274.

Séjourné P.M. 1895. Chronique de Jérusalem: de Jérusalem à Bersabée. RB 4:253–269.

Seligman J. 1994. A Late Iron Age Farmhouse at Ras Abu Ma‘aruf, Pisgat Ze’ev A. ‘Atiqot 25:63–75.

Seligman J. 1994. Excavations in the Crusader Fortress at Beth–Shean. Qadmoniot 27 (107–108):138–141 (Hebrew).

Seligman J., Zias J. and Stark H. 1996. Late Hellenistic and Byzantine Burial Caves at Giv‘at Sharet, Bet Shemesh. ‘Atiqot 29:43–62.

Sellers O.R. and Baramki D.C. 1953. A Roman-Byzantine Burial Cave in Northern Palestine (BASOR Supplement 15–16). New Haven.

Sellers O.R., Funk R.W., McKenzie J.L., Lapp P. and Lapp N. 1968. The 1957 Excavation at Beth-Zur Conducted by McCormick Theological Seminary and the American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem (AASOR 38). Cambridge, Mass.

Sellin E. 1904. Tell Ta‘annek (Denkschriften der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien Philosophisch-Historische Klasse 50). Vienna.

Service E.R. 1975. Origins of the State and Civilization: The Process of Cultural Evolution. New York.

Seyrig H. 1940. Antiquités syriennes. Syria 21:277–337.

Seyrig H. 1941. Antiquités syriennes. Syria 22:218–270.

Seyrig H. 1962. Antiquités syriennes. Syria 39:193–211.

Seyrig H. 1962. Divinités de Ptolémaïs. Antiquités Syriennes 80. Syria 39:193–207.

Seyrig H. 1962. Le monnayage de Ptolémaïs en Phénicie. Revue Numismatique (6e serie) 4:25–50.

Seyrig H. 1972. Antiquités syriennes. Syria 49:97–125.

Seyrig H. 1972. Tyché de Césarée de Palestine. Antiquités Syriennes 100. Syria 49:114–115.

Shackley M. 1982. Gas Chromatographic Identification of a Resinous Deposit from a 6th Century Storage Jar and Its Possible Identification. Journal of Archaeological Science 9:305–306.

Shai I., Ben-Shlomo D., and Maeir A.M. 2008. The Philistine Material Culture in Process: The Late Philistine Decorated Ware (“Ashdod Ware”) as a Case Study of Cultural Transformation. In H. Kühne, R.M. Czichon and F.J. Kreppner eds. Social and Cultural Transformation: The Archaeology of Transitional Periods and Dark Ages. Excavation Reports Vol. II. The Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, 29 March–3 April 2004, Freie Universität Berlin. Wiesbaden. Pp. 235–244.

Shai I. and Maeir A.M. 2003. The Pre-LMLK Jars: A New Class of Iron Age IIA Storage Jars. Tel Aviv 30:108–123.

Shalev S. 1988. Redating the ‘Philistine Sword’ at the British Museum: A Case Study in Typology and Technology. OJA 7:303–311.

Shalev S. 1994. The Change in Metal Production from the Chalcolithic Period to the Early Bronze Age in Israel and Jordan. Antiquity 68:630–637.

Shalev S. and Braun E. 1997. The Metal Objects from Yiftah’el II. In E. Braun. Yiftah’el:

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Shalev S. and Northover P. 1988–1989. A Cast Bronze Door Hinge from Tel Lachish: An Archaeometallurgical Study. Tel Aviv 15–16:197–205.

Shamir O. 1994. Loomweights from Masada. In J. Aviram, G. Foerster and E. Netzer eds. Masada IV: The Yigael Yadin Excavations 1963–1965 Final Reports. Jerusalem. Pp. 265–282.

Shamir O. 1996. A Spindle Whorl. In E. Braun Salvage Excavations at the Early Bronze Age Site of Me‘ona: Final Report. ‘Atiqot 28:22.

Shamir O. 1996. Loomweights and Whorls. In D.T. Ariel and A. de Groot eds. Excavations at the City of David 1978–85 Directed by Y. Shiloh IV: Various Reports (Qedem 35). Jerusalem. Pp. 135–170.

Shamir O. 1997. Loomweights of the Persian Period from Khirbet Nimra. ‘Atiqot. 32:1*–8*.

Shamir O. 2004. Loom Weights of the Persian Period from Horbat Rogem, Horbat Mesura, and Horbat Ha-Ro‘a. In R. Cohen and R. Cohen-Amin. Ancient Settlement of the Negev Highlands II: The Iron Age and the Persian Period (IAA Reports 20). Jerusalem. Pp. 18*–28*.

Shanks H. 1979. Judaism in Stone: The Archaeology of Ancient Synagogues. New York and Washington, D.C.

Shanks H. 1979. Judaism in Stone: The Archaeology of Ancient Synagogues. Jerusalem.

Sharabani M. 1980. Monnaies de Qumran au musée Rockefeller de Jerusalem. RB 87:274–284.

Sharon I., Yellin J. and Perlman I. 1987. Marked Cooking Pots. In A. Ben-Tor and Y. Portugali. Tel Qiri—A Village in the Jezreel Valley: Report of the Archaeological Excavations 1975–1977 (Qedem 24). Jerusalem. Pp. 224–235.

Sharon M. 1986. The Cities of the Holy Land under Islamic Rule. Cathedra 40:83–120 (Hebrew).

Sharon M. 1990. Arabic Rock Inscriptions from the Negev. In Ancient Rock Inscriptions: Supplement to Map of Har Nafha (196) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem. Pp. 9*–35*.

Sharon M. 1993. Five Arabic Inscriptions from Rehovoth and Sinai. IEJ 43:50–59.

Sharvit J., Galili E., Rosen B. and van den Brink E.C.M. 2002. Predynastic Maritime Trafic along the Carmel Coast of Israel: A Submerged Find from North Atlit Bay. In E.C.M. van den Brink and E. Yannai eds. In Quest of Ancient Settlements and Landscapes: Archaeological Studies in Honour of Ram Gophna. Tel Aviv. Pp. 159–166.

Shavit A. 2000. Settlement Patterns in the Ayalon Valley in the Bronze and Iron Ages. Tel Aviv 27:189–230.

Shaw J.W. 1972. Greek and Roman Harbourworks. In G.F. Bass ed. A History of Seafaring Based on Underwater Archaeology. New York. Pp. 90–100.

Shea W.H. 1977. The Date and Significance of the Samaria Ostraca. IEJ 27:16–27.

Shea M.O. 1983. The Small Cuboid Incense-Burners of the ancient Near East. Levant 15:76–109.

Shea W.H. and Maxwell-Hyslop K.R. 1979. A Gold Earring from the Great Shaft at Tell ed-Duweir (Lachish). Levant 11:171–173.

Sheedy K.A. and Papageorgiadou-Banis Ch. eds. 1995. Numismatic Archaeology/ Archaeological Numismatics, Proceedings of an International Conference held to honour Dr. Mando Oeconomides in Athens 1995 (Oxbow Monograph 75). Athens.

Sheedy K.A., Carson R. and Walmsley A. 2001. The Coins. In K. da Costa ed. Pella in Jordan 1979–1990. Sydney.

Sheffer A. 1998. Bar Kokhba Period Textiles from Abi’or Cave. In H. Eshel and D. Amit. Refuge Caves of the Bar Kokhba Revolt. Tel Aviv. Pp. 169–181 (Hebrew).

Sheffer A. and Granger-Taylor H. 1994. Textiles. In J. Aviram, G. Foerster and E. Netzer eds. Masada IV: The Yigael Yadin Excavations 1963–1965 Final Reports. Jerusalem. Pp. 149–255.

Shenav E. 1990. Shuni/Miamas. Qadmoniot 23 (89–90):58–62 (Hebrew).

Shepard A.O. 1954. Ceramics for the Archaeologist (Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 609). Washington, D.C.

Sheratt S. 1998. “Sea Peoples” and the Economic Structure of the Late Second Millennium in the Eastern Mediterranean. In S. Gitin, A. Mazar and E. Stern eds. Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE. Jerusalem. Pp. 292–313.

Shereshevski J. 1991. Byzantine Urban Settlements in the Negev Desert (Beer-Sheva 5). Be’er Sheva‘.

Shiloh Y. 1970. The Four-Room House—Its Situation and Function in the Israelite City. IEJ 20:180–190.

Shiloh Y. 1979. The Proto-Aeolic Capital and Israelite Ashlar Masonry (Qedem 11). Jerusalem.

Shiloh Y. 1980. The Population of Iron Age Palestine in the Light of a Sample Analysis of Urban Plans, Areas, and Population Density. BASOR 239:25–35.

Shiloh Y. 1984. Excavations at the City of David I (1978–1982): Interim Report of the First Five Seasons (Qedem 19). Jerusalem.

Shiloh Y. 1985. A Hoard of Hebrew Bullae from the City of David. Eretz Israel 18:73–87 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 68*).

Shiloh Y. 1986. A Group of Hebrew Bullae from the City of David. IEJ 36:16–38.

Shiloh Y. and Horowitz A. 1975. Ashlar Quarries of the Iron Age in the Hill Country of Israel. BASOR 217:37–48.

Shimelmitz R., Barkai R. and Gopher A. 2000. A Canaanean Blade Workshop at Har Haruvim, Israel. Tel Aviv 27:3–22.

Shindo Y. 1992. Glass. In K. Sakurai and M. Kawatoko eds. Egyptian Islamic City: Al-Fustat Excavation Report 1978–1985. Tokyo. Pp. 304–355, 572–617 (Japanese).

Shindo Y. 1996. Islamic Glass Bracelets Found in the Red Sea Region. Annales du 13e congrès de l’association internationale pour l’histoire du verre, Pays Bas, 28 août–1 septembre 1995. Lochem. Pp. 269–276.

Shipton G.W. 1939. Notes on the Megiddo Pottery of Strata VI–XX (SAOC 17). Chicago.

Shoham Y. 1994. A Group of Hebrew Bullae from Yigal Shiloh’s Excavations in the City of David. In H. Geva ed. Ancient Jerusalem Revealed. Jerusalem. Pp. 55–61.

Shoham Y. 2000. Hebrew Bullae. In D. Ariel ed. Excavations at the City of David 1978–1985 Directed by Yigal Shiloh VI: Inscriptions (Qedem 41). Jerusalem. Pp. 29–57.

Shoham Y. 2000. Incised Handles. In D. Ariel ed. Excavations at the City of David 1978–1985 Directed by Yigal Shiloh VI: Inscriptions (Qedem 41). Jerusalem. Pp. 109–136.

Shourkin O. 1999. Tombs of the Persian and Roman near Tell er-Ras (Lohamé HaGeta’ot, Area C). ‘Atiqot 37:141–163 (Hebrew; English summary, pp. 175*–177*).

Shugar A.N. 2000. Byzantine Opaque Red Glass Tesserae from Beit Shean, Israel. Archaeometry 42:375–384.

Shukron E. and Reich R. 2000. Channel 25, Its Date, and Its Relations to Other Waterworks in the City of David. In A. Faust and E. Baruch eds. New Studies on Jerusalem: Proceedings of the Sixth Conference December 7th 2000. Ramat Gan. Pp. 9–12 (Hebrew; English abstract, p. 5*).

Shukrun E. and Reich R. 1999. The Area to the East of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem during the Second Temple, Roman and Byzantine Periods. In A. Faust and E. Baruch eds. New Studies on Jerusalem: Proceedings of the Fifth Conference December 23rd 1999. Ramat Gan. Pp. 113–116 (Hebrew).

SICA 1: S. Album and T. Goodwin. Sylloge of Islamic Coins in the Ashmolean 1: The Pre-Reform Coinage of the Early Islamic Period. Oxford 2002.

SICA 9: S. Album. Sylloge of Islamic Coins in the Ashmolean Museum 9: Iran after the Mongol Invasion. Oxford 2001.

Siegelmann A.1992. Roman and Byzantine Remains in the Northern Coastal Plain. ‘Atiqot 21:63*–67* (Hebrew; English summary, p. 178).

Siegelmann A. and Ne’eman Y. 1992. A Painted Tomb near Caesarea. ‘Atiqot 21: 57*–62* (Hebrew; English summary, pp. 177–178).

Silberman N.A. 1982. Digging for God and Country: Exploration, Archeology, and the Secret Struggle for the Holy Land, 1799–1917. New York.

Silberman N.A. 1993. Petrie and the Founding Fathers. 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. 545–554.

Silberman N.A. 1993. Visions of the Future: Albright in Jerusalem, 1919–1929. BA 56:8–16.

Silberstein N. 2000. Hellenistic and Roman Pottery. In Y. Hirschfeld. Ramat Hanadiv Excavations: Final Report of the 1984–1998 Seasons. Jerusalem. Pp. 420–469.

Simon R. 1988. The Southern Shefelah during the Ottoman Period. In D. Urman and E. Stern eds. Man and Environment in the Southern Shefelah: Studies in Regional Geography and History. Ramat Gan. Pp. 119–128 (Hebrew).

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