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Waagé F.O. ed. 1948. Antioch on-the-Orontes IV, 1: Ceramics and Islamic Coins. Princeton, London—The Hague.

Wagstaff M. and Augustson S. 1982. Traditional land use. In C. Renfrew and M. Wagstaff eds. An Island Polity: The archaeology of exploitation in Melos. Cambridge. Pp. 106–133.

Waldbaum J.C. 1980. The First Archaeological Appearance of Iron and the Transition to the Iron Age. In T.A Wertime and J.D. Muhly eds. The Coming of the Age of Iron. New Haven—London. Pp. 69–98.

Waldbaum J.C. 1997. Greeks in the East or Greeks and the East? Problems in the Definition and Recognition of Presence. BASOR 305:1–17.

Waldbaum J.C. 1999. The Coming of Iron in the Eastern Mediterranean: Thirty Years of Archaeological and Technological Research. In V.C. Pigott ed. The Archaeometallurgy of the Asian Old World (University Museum Monograph 89; University Museum Symposium Series 7; MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology 16). Philadelphia. Pp. 27–57.

Waldbaum J.C. and Magness J. 1997. The Chronology of Early Greek Pottery: New Evidence from Seventh Century B.C. Destruction Levels in Israel. AJA 101:23–40.

Waliszewski T. 1994. La mosaïque de Deir el-‛Asfur retrouvée: Le motif des “rinceaux habites” en Judée et dans la Shéphéla. RB 101:562–577.

Walker D.R. 1976. The Metrology of Roman Silver Coinage 1: From Augustus to Domitian (BAR Supplement Series 5). Oxford.

Walker D.R. 1977. The Metrology of Roman Silver Coinage 2: From Nerva to Commodus (BAR Supplement Series 22). Oxford.

Walker J. 1956. A Catalogue of the Arab-Byzantine and Post-Reform Umaiyad Coins (Catalogue of the Muhammadan Coins in the British Museum II). London.

Walmsley A.G. and Smith R.H. 1992. The Islamic Period. In A.W. McNicoll, P.C. Edwards, J. Hanbury-Tenison, J.B. Hennessy, T.F. Potts, R.H. Smith, A. Walmsley and P. Watson. Pella in Jordan 2: The Second Interim Report of the Joint University of Sydney and College of Wooster Excavations at Pella 1982–1985 (Mediterranean Archaeology Supplement.2). Sydney. Pp. 183–198.

Walter P. 1988. Shaft-Chambered Tombs of the Fourth Millennium B.C. in the Mediterranean. Berytus 36:143–167.

Wampler J.C. 1947. Excavations at Tell en-Nasbeh II: The Pottery. Berkeley—New Haven.

Wapnish P. 1981. Camel Caravans and Camel Pastoralists at Tell Jemmeh. JANES 13:101–121.

Wapnish P. 1995. Towards Establishing a Conceptual Basis for Animal Categories in Archaeology. In D.B. Small ed. Methods in the Mediterranean: Historical and Archaeological Views on Texts and Archaeology. Leiden. Pp. 233–273.

Wapnish P. 1991. Beauty & Utility in Bone: New Light on Bone Crafting. BAR 17/4:54–57, 72.

Ward-Perkins J.B. 1948. Severan Art and Architecture at Lepcis Magna. JRS 38:59–80.

Ward W.A. 1987. Scarab Typology and Archaeological Context. AJA 91:507–532.

Ward W.A. 1991. Early Contacts between Egypt, Canaan, and Sinai: Remarks on the Paper by Amnon Ben-Tor. BASOR 281:11–26.

Watkins T. 1981. Levantine Bronzes from the Collection of the Rev. William Greenwell, now in the British Museum. Levant 13:119–155.

Watkins T.F. 1975. The Date of the Kfar Monash Hoard Again. PEQ 107:53–63.

Watson P.J. 1980. The Theory and Practice of Ethnoarchaeology with Special Reference to the Near East. Paléorient 6:55–64.

Watson P.J.1999. Ethnographic Analogy and Ethnoarchaeology. In T. Kapitan ed. Archaeology, History and Culture in Palestine and the Near East. Essays in Memory of Albert E. Glock (ASOR Books 3). Atlanta. Pp. 47–65.

Watzinger C. ed. 1908. Tell el–Mutesellim II: Die Funde. Leipzig.

Webb P.H. 1927. Use RIC 5/1.

Webb P.H. 1933. Use RIC 5/2.

Weinberg G.D. 1961. Hellenistic Glass Vessels from the Athenian Agora. Hesperia 30:380–392.

Weinberg G.D. 1970. Hellenistic Glass from Tel Anafa in Upper Galilee. JGS 12:17–27.

Weinberg G.D. 1973. Notes on Glass from Upper Galilee. JGS 15:35–51.

Weinberg G.D. 1975. A Medieval Mystery: Byzantine Glass Production. JGS 17:127–141.

Weinberg G.D. 1988. The Glass Factory and Manufacturing Processes. In G.D. Weinberg ed. Excavations at Jalame: Site of a Glass Factory in Late Roman Palestine. Columbia, Mo. Pp. 24–37.

Weinberg G.D. and Barag D. 1974. Glass Vessels. In P.W. Lapp and N.L. Lapp eds. Discoveries in the Wâdī ed-Dâliyeh (AASOR 41). Cambridge, Mass. Pp. 103–105.

Weinberg G.D. and Goldstein S.M. 1988. The Glass Vessels. In G.D. Weinberg ed. Excavations at Jalame: Site of a Glass Factory in Late Roman Palestine. Columbia, Mo. Pp. 38–102.

Weinberg G.D. ed. 1988. Excavations at Jalame: Site of a Glass Factory in Late Roman Palestine. Columbia, Mo.

Weinberg S.S. 1971. Tel Anafa: The Hellenistic Town. IEJ 21:86–109.

Weinstein J.M. 1974. A Statuette of the Princess Sobeknefru at Tell Gezer. BASOR 213:49–57.

Weinstein J.M. 1975. Egyptian Relations with Palestine in the Middle Kingdom. BASOR 217:1–16.

Weinstein J.M. 1981. The Egyptian Empire in Palestine: A Reassessment. BASOR 241:1–28.

Weinstein J.M. 1984. The Significance of Tell Areini for Egyptian-Palestinian Relations at the Beginning of the Bronze Age. BASOR 256:61–69.

Weinstein J.M. 1991. Egypt and the Middle Bronze IIC/Late Bronze IA Transition in Palestine. Levant 23:105–115.

Weinstein J.M. 1992. The Chronology of Palestine in the Early Second Millennium B.C.E. BASOR 288:27–46.

Weinstein J.M. 1996. A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: How the High Chronology Became the Middle Chronology. BASOR 304:55–63.

Weinstein J.M. 1998. Egyptian Relations with the Eastern Mediterranean World at the End of the Second Millennium BCE. In S. Gitin, A. Mazar and E. Stern eds. Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE. Jerusalem. Pp. 188–196.

Weinstein-Evron M., Lang B., Ilani S., Steinitz G. and Kaufman D. 1995. K/Ar Dating as a Means of Sourcing Levantine Epipalaeolithic Basalt Implements. Archaeometry 37:37–40.

Weinstein-Evron M. Lang B. and Ilani S. 1999. Natufian Trade/Exchange in Basalt Implements: Evidence from Northern Israel. Archaeometry 41:267–273.

Weinstein-Evron M., Kaufman D. and Bird-David N. 2001. Rolling Stones: Basalt Implements as Evidence for Trade/Exchange in the Levantine Epipaleolithic. Mitekufat Haeven, Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 31:25–42.

Weippert M. 1971. The Settlement of the Israelite Tribes in Palestine (Studies in Biblical Theology Second Series 21). Naperville, Ill.

Weiser W. 1983. Katalog Alexandrinischer Kaisermünzen der Sammlung des Instituts für Altertumskunde der Universitäts Köln 5: Indices zu den Bänden 1 bis 4 (Papyrologica Coloniensia 5). Opladen.

Weiss D., Zissu B. and Solimany G. 2004. Map of Nes Harim (104) (Archaeological Survey of Israel). Jerusalem.

Weiss Z. 2005. The Sepphoris Synagogue: Deciphering an Ancient Message through Its Archaeological and Socio-Historical Contexts. Jerusalem.

Welles C.B. 1938. The Inscriptions. In C.H. Kraeling ed. Gerasa: City of the Decapolis. New Haven. Pp. 355–494.

Wengrow D. 1996. Egyptian Taskmakers and Heavy Burdens: Highland Exploitation and the Collared-Rim Pithos of the Bronze/Iron Age Levant. OJA 15:307–326.

Wente E.F. and Van Siclen C.C. III 1976. A Chronology of the New Kingdom. In J.J. Johnson and E.F. Wente eds. Studies in Honor of George R. Hughes (SAOC 39). Chicago. Pp. 217–261.

Wertime T. and Muhly J.D. eds. 1980. The Coming of the Age of Iron. New Haven.

West L.C. and Johnson A.C. 1944. Currency in Roman and Byzantine Egypt (Princeton University Studies in Papyrology 5). Princeton.

Wexler L. and Gilboa G. 1996. Oil Lamps of the Roman Period from Apollonia-Arsuf. Tel Aviv 23:115–131.

Wheeler T.S. and Maddin R. 1980. Metallurgy and Ancient Man. In T. Wertime and J.D. Muhly eds. The Coming of the Age of Iron. New Haven. Pp. 99–126.

Whitbread I.K. 1995. Greek Transport Amphorae: A Petrological and Archaeological Study (Fitch Laboratory Occasional Paper 4). Athens.

Whitcher Kansa S. 2004. Animal Explotaiton at Early Bronze Age Ashqelon, Afridar: What the Bones Tell Us—Initial Analysis of the Animal Bones from Areas E, F and G. ‘Atiqot 45:279–297.

Whitcomb D. 1989. Coptic Glazed Ceramics from the Excavations at Aqaba, Jordan. JARCE 26:167–182.

White K.D. 1984. Greek and Roman Technology. Ithaca.

Whittaker C.R. 1974. The Western Phoenicians: Colonisation and Assimilation. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society 200:58–79.

Whittaker J.C. 2000. Alonia and Dhoukanes. The Ethnoarchaeology of Threshing in Cyprus. NEA 63:62–69.

Wightman G.J. 1993. The Walls of Jerusalem: From the Canaanites to the Mamluks (Mediterranean Archaeology Supplement 4). Sydney.

Wilkinson A. 1989. Jewelry Beads. In R.T. Schaub and W.E. Rast. 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. Pp. 302–310.

Wilkinson A. 1989. Objects from the Early Bronze II and III Tombs. In R.T. Schaub and W.E. Rast. 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. Pp. 444–470.

Wilkinson J. 1974. Ancient Jerusalem: Its Water Supply and Population. PEQ 106:33–51.

Wilkinson J. 1981. Egeria’s Travels to The Holy Land. Jerusalem—Warminster.

Wilkinson J. 1984. Orientation, Jewish and Christian. PEQ 116:16–30.

Will E.L. 1982. Greco-Italic Amphoras. Hesperia 51:338–356.

Williams-Thorpe O. and Thorpe R.S. 1990. Millstone Provenancing used in Tracing the Route of a Fourth-Century BC Greek Merchant Ship. Archaeometry 32:115–137.

Williams-Thorpe O. and Thorpe R.S. 1993. Geochemistry and Trade of Eastern Mediterranean Millstones from the Neolithic to Roman Periods. Journal of Archaeological Science 20:263–320.

Wilson J.F. and Tzaferis V. 1998. Banias Dig Reveals King’s Palace. BAR 24/1:54–61, 85.

Wimmer S.J., and Maeir A.M. 2007. The Prince of Safit?: A Late Bronze Age Hieratic Inscription from Tell es-Sâfi/Gath. ZDPV 123:37–48.

Winter I.J. 1976. Phoenician and North Syrian Ivory Carving in Historical Context: Questions of Style and Distribution. Iraq 38:1–22.

Winter T. 1996. The Glass Vessels. In G. Avni and Z. Greenhut. The Akedalma Tombs: Three Burial Caves in the Kidron Valley, Jerusalem (IAA Reports 1). Jerusalem. Pp. 95–103.

Winter T. 2000. The Glass Vessels. In J. Seligman and R. Abu Raya. Dwelling Caves on the Mount of Olives (Et-Tur). ‘Atiqot 40:132–133.

Wolff S.R. 1986. Maritime Trade at Punic Carthage. Ph.D. diss. University of Chicago. Chicago.

Wolff S.R. 1996. A Second Temple Period Tomb on the Shu‘afat Ridge, North Jerusalem. ‘Atiqot 29: 23–28.

Wolff S.R. 1996. Oleoculture and Olive Oil Presses in Phoenician North Africa. 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. 129-136.

Wolff S.R. 1997. ‘Ironian’ Casseroles from Nizzana and Iskandil Burnu, Turkey. IEJ 47:93–96.

Wolff S.R. 1998. An Iron Age I Site at ‘En Hagit (Northern Ramat Menashe). In S. Gitin, A. Mazar and E. Stern eds. Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE. Jerusalem. Pp. 449–454.

Wolff S.R. 2000. Iron Age Pottery. In Y. Hirschfeld. Ramat Hanadiv Excavations: Final Report of the 1984–1998 Seasons. Jerusalem. Pp. 529–536.

Wolff S.R. 2002. Gophna, for Gophna. 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. 269–277.

Wolff S.R. 2002. Mortuary Practices in the Persian Period. NEA 65:131–137.

Wolff S.R. 2002. The Excavation of Cave IV/12. ‘Atiqot 41/2:73–83.

Wolff S.R. 2004. Punic Amphoras in the Eastern Mediterranean. In J. Eiring and J. Lund eds. Transport Amphorae and Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean: Acts of the International Colloquium at the Danish Institute at Athens, September 26-29, 2002 (Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens Vol. 5). Aarhus. Pp. 451–458.

Wolff S.R. 2007. Stone Pedestaled Bowls from the Late Bronze and Iron Ages in the Levant. In S.W. Crawford ed. “Up to the Gates of Ekron”: Essays on the Archaeology and History of the Eastern Mediterranean in Honor of Seymour Gitin. Jerusalem. Pp. 305–312.

Wolff S.R. ed. 2001. Studies in the Archaeology of Israel and Neighboring Lands in Memory of Douglas L. Esse (SAOC 59/ASOR Books 5). Chicago—Atlanta.

Wood B.G. 1984. To Dip or Sprinkle? The Qumran Cisterns in Perspective. BASOR 256:45–60.

Wood B.G. 1987. Egyptian Amphorae of the New Kingdom and Ramesside Periods. BA 50:75–83.

Wood B.G. 1990. The Sociology of Pottery in Ancient Palestine: The Ceramic Industry and the Diffusion of Ceramic Style in the Bronze and Iron Ages (JSOT Supplement Series 103; JSOT/ASOR Monograph Series 4). Sheffield.

Woods D. 2004. Some Dubious Stylites on Early Byzantine Glassware. JGS 46:39–49.

Woods D. 2004. The Crosses on the Glass Pilgrim Vessels from Jerusalem. JGS Ariel D.T. 1999. Stamped Amphora Handles From Giv‘at Yasaf (Tell er-Ras). ‘Atiqot 37:25*–30*.

Wright G.E. 1937. The Pottery of Palestine from the Earliest Times to the End of the Early Bronze Age. New Haven.

Wright G.E. 1937. The Troglodytes of Gezer. PEFQSt 69:67–78.

Wright G.E. 1950. The Discoveries at Megiddo 1935–39. BA 13:28–46.

Wright G.E. 1951. An Important Correlation between the Palestine and Syrian Chalcolithic. BASOR 122:52–55.

Wright G.E. 1955. Judean Lachish. BA 18:9–17.

Wright G.E. 1958. A Solomonic City Gate at Gezer. BA 21:103–104.

Wright G.E. 1958. The Problem of the Transition between the Chalcolithic and Bronze Ages. Eretz Israel 5:37*–45*.

Wright G.E. 1959. Israelite Samaria and Iron Age Chronology. BASOR 155:13-29.

Wright G.E. 1965. Shechem: The Biography of a Biblical City. New York.

Wright G.E. 1970. The Phenomenon of American Archaeology in the Near East. In J.A. Sanders ed. Near Eastern Archaeology in the Twentieth Century: Essays in Honor of Nelson Glueck. Garden City, N.Y. Pp. 3–40.

Wright G.E. ed. 1961. The Bible and the Ancient Near East: Essays in honor of William Foxwell Albright. Garden City, N.Y*

Wright K. 1991. The Origins and Development of Ground Stone Assemblages in Late Pleistocene Southwest Asia. Paléorient 17/1:19–45.

Wroth W. 1899. Use BMC Gal.

Wroth W. 1908. Catalogue of the Imperial Byzantine Coins in the British Museum. London.

Wroth W. 1911. Use BMCV.

Wruck W. 1931. Die Syrische Provinzialprägung von Augustus bis Traian. Stuttgart.

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