Bibliographies

Want to dig deeper? Our contributors recommend these books for further reading. Click on the book cover image for a link to a source.

 

  • Studying Gender in the Ancient Near East

    Svärd, Saana, and Agnès Garcia-Ventura, eds. Studying Gender in the Ancient Near East. University Park, PA: Eisenbrauns, 2018.

  • Studying the Parables of Jesus

    Jones, Peter Rhea. Studying the Parables of Jesus. Macon, Ga.: Smyth & Helwys, 1999.

  • Svensk exegetisk årsbok 61

    Becking, Bob. “Text-Internal and Text-External Chronology in Jeremiah 31.31-34. Svensk exegetisk årsbok 61 (1996): 33-51

  • Swann's Way

    Proust, Marcel, C. K. Scott-Moncrieff, and Lewis Galantière. Swann's Way. New York: Modern Library, 1928.

  • The Sword of Judith: Judith Studies across the Disciplines

    Brine, Kevin R., Elena Ciletti, and Heinrike Lahnemann, eds. The Sword of Judith: Judith Studies across the Disciplines. Cambridge: OpenBook, 2010.
  • Tanak: A Theological and Critical Introduction to the Jewish Bible

    Sweeney, Marvin A. Tanak: A Theological and Critical Introduction to the Jewish Bible. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2012.
  • Tel Aviv 34/1

    Lipschits, Oded, and David S. Vanderhooft. “The Growing Corpus of Yehud Stamp Impressions: New Finds and New Research.” Tel Aviv 34/1 (2007): 1–121.

  • Tel Aviv 18

    Williamson, H. G. M. “Jezreel in the Biblical Texts.” Tel Aviv 18 (1991): 72-92.

  • Tel Aviv 24

    Na’aman, Nadav. “Historical and Literary Notes on the Excavation of Tel Jezreel” Tel Aviv 24 (1997): 122–28.

  • Tel Miqne-Ekron Final Field Report Series 8

    Meehl, M., T. Dothan, and S. Gitin. Tel Miqne-Ekron Excavations, 1995–1996: Field INE East Slope, Iron Age I (Early Philistine Period). Tel Miqne-Ekron Final Field Report Series 8. Jerusalem: W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeology, 2006.

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