Prof. Nadav Na'Aman

ארכיאולוגיה אמריטוס
Prof. Nadav Na'Aman
Office: Carter, 307

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Professor of Jewish History

Department of Jewish History

Member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities

 

 

Curiculum Vitae

1939   Born in Jerusalem

1957-1960     I.D.F. Military service

1967   B.A. in Archaeology and Jewish History (cum laude)

1971   M.A. in Jewish History (summa cum laude)

1975   Ph.D. granted by Tel Aviv University. Doctoral dissertation The Political Disposition and Historical Development of Eretz-Israel according to the Amarna Letters (Profs. Y. Aharoni and A.F. Rainey - supervisors).

1975-1979     Lecturer in Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Tel Aviv University.

1979-1984     Senior Lecturer.

1984-1989     Associate Professor in Jewish History.

1989-present  Full Professor of Jewish History,TelAvivUniversity.

1991-1995   Chairperson of the Department of Jewish History

2005-2009   Incumbent, the Kaplan Chair for the History of Egypt and Israel in Ancient Time, Tel Aviv University.

October 2007 Retirement from university.

June 2012  Member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

 

Grants and Prizes

October 2003 – September 2007 – Research grant, the Israel Science Foundation (ISF)

2004 – Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi prize for the history of Eretz-Israel, for the book ‘the Past that Shapes the Present.

2006 – The Landau prize of Miph‛al ha-Payis in the field of biblical and Jewish history in the biblical period.

October 2018 – September 2022 – Research grant, the Israel Science Foundation (ISF).

 

 

MA. students

E. Ben Zvi, A. Zertal, Y. Dagan, R. Kletter, A. Fantalkin, Y. Thareani Sussely, D. Sroka, E. Kogan-Zehavi, H. Torge, Ido Koch.

Ph.D. students

A. Zertal, A. Ofer, R. Kletter, O. Lipschits, A. Ashman, C. Edenburg, N. Franklin, A. Sumakai-Fink, Y. Thareani, S. Hasegawa, B. Stavi, Ido Koch.

Research Fields and Interests

 

Jewish History

Ancient Near East

Bible

Archaeology

 

Current Projects

• Historiography in the Ancient Near East and in the Bible

• History of Israel in the Monarchial Period

• Archaeology and Biblical History

 

Publications

Books

1. Borders and Districts in Biblical Historiography. Seven Studies in Biblical

Geographical Texts, Jerusalem l986. 275 pp.

2. The Past that Shapes the Present. The Creation of Biblical Historiography in the

Late First Temple Period and After the Downfall (Yeriot 3), Jerusalem 2002

(Hebrew). 128 pp.

3. Inscribed in Clay. Provenance Study of the Amarna Tablets and other Ancient

Near Eastern Texts (Monograph Series of the Sonia and Marco Nadler

Institute of Archaeology 23), Tel Aviv: Tel Avis University 2004 (co-authors:

Yuval Goren and Israel Finkelstein). 384 pp.

4. Ancient Israel and Its Neighbors: Interaction and Counteraction. Collected Essays,

vol. 1, Winona Lake 2005.

5. Canaan in the Second Millennium B.C.E. Collected Essays, vol. 2, Winona Lake

2005.

6. Ancient Israel’s History and Historiography: The First Temple Period. Collected

Essays, vol. 3, Winona Lake 2006.

 

Books (edited)

1. From Nomadism to Monarchy. Archaeological and Historical Aspects of Early

Israel, Jerusalem 1990, 462 pp. (Hebrew) (co-editor I. Finkelstein).

2. From Nomadism to Monarchy. Archaeological and Historical Aspects of Early Israel,

Jerusalem 1994, 399 pp. (co-editor I. Finkelstein).

3. P. Beck, Imagery and Representation. Studies in the Art and Iconography of Acient

Palestine: Collected Articles, Tel Aviv 2002 (co-editors U, Zevulun and I.

Ziffer).

4. Ancient Gods. Polytheism in Eretz Israel and Neighbouring Countries from the Second

Millennium BCE to the Islamic Period, Jerusalem 2008 (co-editors M. Kister, J.

Geiger and S. Shaked) (Hebrew).

5. Royal Assyrian Inscriptions: History, Historiography and Ideology (A Conference in

Honour of Hayim Tadmor on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 20

November 2003), Jerusalem 2009 (co-editor I. Eph‘al) (Hebrew).

6. The Fire Signals of Lachish. Studies in the Archaeology and History of Israel in the

Late Bronze Age, Iron Age, and Persian Period in Honor of David Ussishkin,

Winona Lake 2011 (co-editor I. Finkelstein).

7. Eretz Israel 30 - Amnon Ben-Tor Volume, Jerusalem 2011 (co-editors J. Aviram, S.

Gitin, A. Mazar, E. Stern and S. Zuckerman) (Hebrew).

 

Articles

1. The Idrimi Inscription Reconsidered, in Y. Aharoni (ed.), Excavations and Studies.

Essays in Honour of S. Yeivin, Tel Aviv 1973, 211-220 (Hebrew) (co-author:

A. Kempinski).

2. Sennacherib’s ‘Letter to God’ on his Campaign to Judah, Bulletin of the American

Schools of Oriental Research 214 (1974), 25-39.

3. Syria at the Transition from the Old Babylonian Period to the Middle Babylonian

Period, Ugarit-Forschungen 6 (1974), 129-143.

4. A New Look at the Chronology of Alalakh Level VII, Anatolian Studies 26 (1976),

129-143.

5. Two Notes on the Monolith Inscription of Shalmaneser III from Kurkh, Tel Aviv 3

(1976), 89-106.

6. Campaigns of the Assyrian Kings to Judah in the Light of a New Assyrian Document,

Shnaton: An Annual for Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies 2 (1977), 164-180 (Hebrew).

7. Yeno‘am, Tel Aviv 4 (1977), 168-177.

8. Ašītu (sg.) and ašātu (pl.) - Strap and Reins, Journal of Cuneiform Studies 29 (1977),

237-239.

9. Looking for KTK, Die Welt des Orients 9 (1978), 220-239.

10. The Brook of Egypt and Assyrian Policy on the Egyptian Border, Shnaton: An

Annual for Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies 3 (1978), 138-158

(Hebrew).

11. The Chronology of Alalakh Level VII once again, Anatolian Studies 29 (1979),

103-113.

12. The Origin and the Historical Background of Several Amarna Letters, Ugarit

Forschungen 11 (1979), 673-684.

13. Sennacherib's Campaign to Judah and the Date of the LMLK Stamps, Vetus

Testamentum 29 (1979), 61-86.

14. The Brook of Egypt and Assyrian Policy on the Egyptian Border, Tel Aviv 6 (1979),

68-90.

15. The Ishtar Temple at Alalakh, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 39 (1980),

209-214.

16. The Shihor of Egypt and Shur that is Before Egypt, Tel Aviv 7 (1980), 95-109.

17. The Inheritance of the Sons of Simeon, Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins

96 (1980), 136-152.

18. The Historical Introduction of the Aleppo Treaty Reconsidered, Journal of Cuneiform

Studies 32 (1980), 34-42.

19. A Royal Scribe and His Scribal Products in the Alalakh IV Court, Oriens Antiquus 19

(1980), 107-116.

20. The Recycling of a Silver Statue, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 40 (1981),

47-48.

21. East-West Diplomatic Relations in the Days of Zimrilim, Revue d'Assyriologie 75

(1981), 171-172.

22. "Hebron was built seven years before Zoan in Egypt" (Numbers XIII 22), Vetus

Testamentum 31 (1981), 488-492.

23. Economic Aspects of the Egyptian Occupation of Canaan, Israel Exploration Journal

31 (1981), 172-185.

24. Royal Estates in the Jezreel Valley in the Late Bronze Age and Under the Israelite

Monarchy, Eretz Israel 15 (1981), 140-144 (Hebrew).

25. A New Outlook at the List of Levitic Cities, Zion 47 (1982), 237-252 (Hebrew).

26. Palestine in the Canaanite Period: The Middle and the Late Bronze Ages, in I. Eph‘al

(ed.), The History of Eretz Israel I, Jerusalem 1982, 129-275 (Hebrew).

27. The Shihor of Egypt and Shur which is in Front of Egypt, in B. Uffenheimer (ed.),

Bible Studies. Y.M. Grinz in Memoriam (Te‘uda II), Tel Aviv 1982, 205-221

(Hebrew).

28. The Inheritances of the Cis-Jordanian Tribes of Israel and the `Land that yet

Remaineth', Eretz Israel 16 (1982), 152-158 (Hebrew).

29. The Town of Ibirta and the Relations of the Apiru and the Shosu, Göttinger Miszellen

57 (1982), 27-33.

30. The District-System of Israel in the Time of the United Monarchy, Zion 48 (1983),

1-20 (Hebrew).

31. The Inheritance and Settlement of the Sons of Simeon in the South of Eretz Israel,

in A. Rofé and Y. Zakovitch (eds.), Isac Leo Seeligmann Volume I, Jerusalem

1983, 111-136 (Hebrew).

32. Aphek in the 13th Century B.C.: From a City-State to an Egyptian Administrative

Center, Cathedra 27 (1983), 27-32 (Hebrew).

33. The Town of Malaḥu, Göttinger Miszellen 63 (1983), 47-51.

34. Topographical and Historical Considerations of Amenhotep II’s Campaigns to

Canaan, Eretz Israel 17 (1984), 257-262 (Hebrew).

35. Ephraim, Ephrath and the Settlement in the Judean Hill Country, Zion 49 (1984),

325-331 (Hebrew).

36. Statements of Time-Spans by Babylonian and Assyrian Kings and Mesopotamian

Chronology, Iraq 46 (1984), 115-123.

37. Arad in the Topographical List of Shishak, Tel Aviv 12 (1985), 91-92.

38. Bethel and Beth-aven: The Location of the Early Israelite Sanctuaries, Zion 50

(1985), 15-25 (Hebrew).

39. The Historical Background of the Battle between Amaziah and Jehoash, Shnaton: An

Annual for Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies 9 (1985), 211-217

(Hebrew).

40. Historical and Chronological Notes on the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah in the

Eighth Century BC, Vetus Testamentum 36 (1986), 71-91.

41. Habiru and Hebrews: The Transfer of a Social Term to the Literary Sphere, Journal

of Near Eastern Studies 45 (1986), 271-286.

42. Hezekiah's Fortified Cities and the LMLK Stamps, Bulletin of the American Schools

of Oriental Research 261 (1986), 5-21.

43. The Tower of Shechem and the House of El-Berith, Zion 51 (1986), 259-280

(Hebrew).

44. The Canaanite City-States in the Late Bronze and the Inheritances of the Israelite

Tribes, Tarbiz 55 (1986), 463-488 (Hebrew).

45. An Account Tablet of Sheep from Ancient Hebron, Tel Aviv 13-14 (1986-1987),

3-12 (co-author: Moshe Anbar).

46. The Negev in the Last Century of the Kingdom of Judah, Cathedra 42 (1987),

4-15 (Hebrew).

47. Beth-aven, Bethel and Early Israelite Sanctuaries, Zeitschrift des Deutschen

Palästina-Vereins 103 (1987), 13-21.

48. The Sinai Peninsula as Understood within the Egyptian and Biblical Concept of the

Borders, in G. Gvirtzman et al. (eds.), Sinai II, Tel Aviv 1987, 709-713

(Hebrew).

49. Pastoral Nomads in the Southwestern Periphery of the Kingdom of Judah in the 9th

8th Centuries B.C.E., Zion 52 (1987), 261-278 (Hebrew).

50. The Southern Shefelah during the Late Bronze Age according to Cuneiform

Documents, in E. Stern and D. Urman (eds.), Man and Environment in the

Southern Shefelah. Studies in Regional Geography and History, Givataim 1988,

93-98 (Hebrew).

51. The List of David’s Officers (šālîšîm), Vetus Testamentum 38 (1988), 71-79.

52. Biryawaza of Damascus and the Date of the Kāmid el-Lōz >Apiru Letters, Ugarit

Forschungen 20 (1988), 179-194.

53. Historical-Geographical Aspects of the Amarna Tablets, Proceedings of the Ninth

World Congress of Jewish Studies. Panel Sessions: Bible Studies and Ancient

Near East, Jerusalem 1988, 17-26.

54. Canaanites and Perizzites, Biblische Notizen 45 (1988), 42-47.

55. The Date of 2 Chronicles 11:5-10 - A Reply to Y. Garfinkel, Bulletin of the American

Schools of Oriental Research 271 (1988), 74-77.

56. Pharaonic Lands in the Jezreel Valley in the Late Bronze Age, M. Heltzer and E.

Lipiński (eds.), Society and Economy in the Eastern Mediterranean (c. 1500-1000

B.C.) (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 23), Leuven 1988, 177-185.

57. Sargon II’s Deportations to Israel and Philistia (716-708 B.C.), Journal of Cuneiform

Studies 40 (1988), 36-46 (co-author: Ran Zadok).

58. The Biblical Borders of the Land - Ideal and Reality, in M. Cogan (ed.), Ben-Gurion

and the Bible - The People and Its Land, Beer-Sheva 1989, 29-44 (Hebrew).

59. Population Changes in Palestine following Assyrian Deportations, Cathedra 54

(1989), 43-62 (Hebrew).

60. The Town Lists of Judah and Benjamin and the Kingdom of Judah under Josiah,

Zion 54 (1989), 17-71 (Hebrew).

61. Pirathon and Ophrah, Biblische Notizen 50 (1989), 11-16.

62. The Historical Background of the Conquest of Samaria (720 BC), Biblica 71 (1990),

206-225.

63. Literary and Topographical Notes on the Battle of Kishon (Judges iv-v), Vetus

Testamentum 40 (1990), 423-436.

64. The Kingdom of Ishbaal, Biblische Notizen 54 (1990), 33-37.

65. On Gods and Scribal Traditions in the Amarna letters, Ugarit-Forschungen 22

(1990), 247-255.

66. Praises to the Pharaoh in Response to his Plans for a Campaign to Canaan, in T.

Abusch, J. Huehnergard and P. Steinkeller (eds.), Lingering Over Words. Studies

in Ancient Near Eastern Literature in Honor of William L. Moran, Atlanta 1990,

397-405.

67. The 'Conquest of Canaan' in Joshua and in History, in N. Na’aman and I. Finkelstein

(eds.), From Nomadism to Monarchy, Jerusalem 1990, 284-347 (Hebrew).

68. The Old Assyrian Colonies in Cappadocia and Assyrian Trade in the Early Second

Millennium BCE, in B.Z. Kedar et al. (eds.), Commerce in Palestine Throughout

the Ages, Jerusalem 1990, 21-41 (Hebrew).

69. Did a City Named Tabor Exist in First Temple Times? Cathedra 60 (1991), 182

185 (Hebrew).

70. The Kingdom of Judah under Josiah, Tel Aviv 18 (1991), 3-71.

71. The Boundaries of the Kingdom of Jerusalem in the Second Millennium BCE, Zion

56 (1991), 361-380 (Hebrew).

72. Forced Participation in Alliances in the Course of the Assyrian Campaigns to the

West, in M. Cogan and I. Eph‛al (eds.), Ah, Assyria ... Studies in Assyrian

History and Ancient Near Eastern Historiography Presented to Hayim Tadmor,

(Scripta Hierosolymitana 33), Jerusalem 1991, 80-98.

73. Sources and Redaction in the Chronicler's Genealogies of Asher and Ephraim,

Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 49 (1991), 99-111.

74. Chronology and History in the Late Assyrian Empire (631-619 BC), Zeitschrift für

Assyriologie 81 (1991), 243-267.

75. Amarna alāni pu-ru-zi (EA 137) and Biblical ‛ry hprzy/hprzwt ("Rural Settlements"),

Zeitschrift für Althebraistik 4 (1991), 72-75.

76. Canaanite Jerusalem and its Central Hill Country Neighbours in the Second

Millennium B.C.E., Ugarit-Forschungen 24 (1992), 275-291.

77. Israel, Edom and Egypt in the 10th Century BCE, Tel Aviv 19 (1992), 71-93.

78. The Pre-Deuteronomistic Story of King Saul and Its Historical Background, Catholic

Biblical Quarterly 54 (1992), 638-658.

79. Nebuchadnezzar's Campaign in Year 603 BCE, Biblische Notizen 62 (1992),

41-44.

80. King David and the Foundation of the Israelite Monarchy, in I. Malkin and Z. Tzahor

(eds.), Leaders and Leadership in Jewish and World History, Jerusalem 1992,

43-68 (Hebrew).

81. Shechem and Jerusalem in the Exilic and Restoration Period, Zion 58 (1993), 7-32

(Hebrew).

82. Azariah of Judah and Jeroboam II of Israel, Vetus Testamentum 43 (1993),

227-234.

83. Population Changes in Palestine following Assyrian Deportations, Tel Aviv 20

(1993), 104-124.

84. Eretz Israel - The History, in Encyclopaedia Hebraica, vol. 6. Eretz- Israel,

Jerusalem 1993, 407-431 (Hebrew).

85. Ahaz’s and Hezekiah’s Policy toward Assyria in the Days of Sargon II and

Sennacherib’s Early Years, Zion 59 (1994), 5-30 (Hebrew).

86. Hezekiah and the Kings of Assyria, Tel Aviv 21 (1994), 235-254.

87. 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 1994, 218-281.

88. The Hurrians and the End of the Middle Bronze Age in Palestine, Levant 26 (1994),

275-291.

89. The Campaign of Mesha against Horonaim, Biblische Notizen 73 (1994), 27-30.

90. Assyrian Chronicle Fragment 4 and the Location of Idu, Revue d'Assyriologie 88

(1994), 33-35.

91. Esarhaddon's Treaty with Baal and Assyrian Provinces along the Phoenician Coast,

Rivista degli Studi Fenici 22 (1994), 3-8.

92. The Canaanites and Their Land, Ugarit-Forschungen 26 (1994), 397-418.

93. The Historical Portion of Sargon II's Nimrud Inscription, State Archives of Assyria

Bulletin 8/1 (1994), 17-20.

94. Criticism of Voluntary Servitude to Foreign Powers: A Historiographical Study in

the Book of Kings, Proceedings of the Eleventh World Congress of Jewish

Studies. Division A. The Bible and Its World, Jerusalem 1994, 63-70

(Hebrew).

95. Historiography, the Fashioning of the Collective Memory, and the Establishment of

Historical Consciousness in Israel in the Late Monarchial Period, Zion 60 (1995),

449-472 (Hebrew).

96. "The House-of-no-Shade shall take away Its Tax from You" (Micah i 11), Vetus

Testamentum 45 (1995), 516-527.

97. Rezin of Damascus and the Land of Gilead, Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-

Vereins 111 (1995), 105-117.

98. Beth-David in the Aramaic Stela from Tel Dan, Biblische Notizen 79 (1995),

17-24.

99. The Deuteronomist and Voluntary Servitude to Foreign Powers, Journal for the

Study of the Old Testament 65 (1995), 37-53.

100. The Debated Historicity of Hezekiah's Reform in the Light of Historical and

Archaeological Research, Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 107

(1995), 179-195.

101. Tiglath-Pileser III’s Campaigns against Tyre and Israel (734-732 B.C.E.), Tel Aviv

22 (1995), 268-278.

102. Province System and Settlement Pattern in Southern Syria and Palestine in the Neo

Assyrian Period, in M. Liverani (ed.), Neo-Assyrian Geography (Quaderni di

Geografia Storica 5.), Rome 1995, 103-115.

103. The Historical Background of the Philistine Attack on Ahaz in 2 Chronicles 28:18,

in A. Kasher and A. Oppenheimer (eds.), Dor Le-Dor. Studies in Honor of Joshua

Efron, Tel Aviv 1995, 11-26 (Hebrew).

104. Amarna šakānu ("to Govern") and the West Semitic sôkÙn ("Governor"), Nouvelles

Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires (N.A.B.U.) 1995/2, No. 42.

105. Hazael of ‘Amqi and Hadadezer of Beth-rehob, Ugarit-Forschungen 27 (1995),

381-394.

106. Tushratta’s Murder in Shuppiluliuma's Letter to Akhenaten (EA 43), Abr-Nahrain

33 (1995), 116-118.

107. Sources and Composition in the History of David, in V. Fritz and P.R. Davies (eds.),

The Origins of the Ancient Israelite States (JSOTSup. 228), Sheffield 1996,

170-186.

108. The Coming Forth of the "Life" of the Pharaoh (EA 227:9-11), N.A.B.U. 1996/3,

No. 82.

109. The Dedicated Treasures Buildings within the House of YHWH where Women

Weave Coverings for Asherah (2 Kings 23,7), Biblische Notizen 83 (1996),

17-18.

110. The Contribution of the Amarna Letters to the Debate on Jerusalem's Political

Position in the Tenth Century B.C.E., Bulletin of the American Schools of

Oriental Research 304 (1996), 17-27.

111. Ammishtamru's Letter to Akhenaten (EA 45) and Hittite Chronology, Aula

Orientalis 14 (1996), 251-257.

112. Looking for the Pharaoh's Judgment, Revue d'Assyriologie 90 (1996), 145-159.

113. Transcribing the Theophoric Element in North Israelite Names, Nouvelles

Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires (N.A.B.U.) 1997/1, No. 19.

114. EA 293, N.A.B.U. 1997/4, No. 121.

115. King Mesha and the Foundation of the Moabite Monarchy, Israel Exploration

Journal 37 (1997), 83-92.

116. Historical and Literary Notes on the Excavations of Tel Jezreel, Tel Aviv 24 (1997),

122-128.

117. Siruatti the Me’unite in a Second Inscription of Tiglath-pileser III, N.A.B.U. 1997/4,

No. 150.

118. Prophetic Stories as Sources for the Histories of Jehoshaphat and the Omrides,

Biblica 78 (1997), 153-173.

119. Sources and Composition in the History of Solomon, in L.K. Handy (ed.), The Age

of Solomon. Scholarship at the Turn of the Millennium, Leiden 1997, 57-80.

120. The Network of Canaanite Late Bronze Kingdoms and the City of Ashdod, Ugarit-

Forschungen 29 (1997), 599-626.

121. Amarna Notes, Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires (N.A.B.U.) 1997/1,

No. 21.

122a. Cow Town or Royal Capital? Evidence for Iron Age Jerusalem, Biblical

Archaeology Review 23/4 (1997), 43-47, 67.

122b. David’s Jerusalem: Fiction or Reality. It is There: Ancient Texts Prove It, Biblical

Archaeology Review 24/4 (1998), 42-44.

123. Tiglath-pileser III’s Annexations according to the Iran Stele (IIB), Nouvelles

Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires (N.A.B.U.) 1998/1, No. 14.

124. The Closing Paragraphs of Letter KBO I 10, Altorientalische Forschungen 25

(1998), 61-67.

125a. From the Settlement to the Destruction of the First Temple, in A. Shinan (ed.),

Israel: Land – People – State. A Nation and its Homeland, Jerusalem 1998,

21-37 (Hebrew).

125b. From Settlement of the Land to the Destruction of the First Temple, in A. Shinan

(ed.), Israel: Land – People – State. A Nation and its Homeland, Jerusalem 2005,

21-37.

126. Collations of Some Amarna Tablets in the Berlin Museum, N.A.B.U. 1998/2, No. 50.

127. Royal Inscriptions and the Histories of Joash and Ahaz, Kings of Judah, Vetus

Testamentum 48 (1998), 333-349.

128. Shishak’s Campaign to Palestine as Reflected by the Epigraphic, Biblical and

Archaeological Evidence, Zion 63 (1998), 247-276 (Hebrew).

129. Sargon II and the Rebellion of the Cypriote Kings against Shil‹a of Tyre, Orientalia

67 (1998), 239-247.

130. Jehu Son of Omri - Legitimizing a Loyal Vassal by His Lord, Israel Exploration

Journal 48 (1998), 236-238.

131. Ittai the Gittite, Biblische Notizen 94 (1998), 22-25.

132. The Assumed Hurrian Gloss in Letter EA 170:11, N.A.B.U. 1998/1, No. 25.

133. EA 173, N.A.B.U. 1998/3, No. 96.

134. EA 207, N.A.B.U. 1998/3, No. 97.

135. The King of Tyre in the Late Years of Amenophis III, N.A.B.U. 1998/4, No. 119.

136. Two notes on the History of Ashkelon and Ekron in the Late Eighth-Seventh

Century B.C.E., Tel Aviv 25 (1998), 219-227.

137. The Letter of Hattushili III King of Hatti to Kadashman-Enlil II King of Babylon, in

Y. Avishur and R. Deutsch (eds.), Michael. Historical, Epigraphical and Biblical

Studies in Honor of Prof. Michael Heltzer, Tel Aviv 1999, 107*-118*

(Hebrew).

138. Four Notes on the Size of the Land of Canaan, Bulletin of the American Schools of

Oriental Research 313 (1999), 31-37.

139. The Contribution of Royal Inscriptions for a Re-evaluation of the Book of Kings as

a Historical Source, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 82 (1999),

3-17.

140. On the Antiquity of the Regnal Years in the Book of Kings, Theologische

Zeitschrift 55 (1999), 44-46.

141. Milkilu’s Messenger and the Sons of Lab’ayu (EA 250:28-34), N.A.B.U. 1999/2,

No. 27.

142. Kadashman-Enlil’s Request of Exotic Animals (EA 4:23-35), N.A.B.U. 1999/2, No.

32.

143. Šapataku’ of Meluḫḫa in a second inscription of Sargon II, N.A.B.U. 1999/3, No.

65.

144. Qarqar = Tell ‘Asharneh? N.A.B.U. 1999/4, No. 89.

145. The Historical Background of the Aramaic Inscription from Tel Dan, Eretz Israel

26 (1999), 112-118 (Hebrew).

146. No Anthropomorphic Graven Image. Notes on the Assumed Anthropomorphic Cult

Statues in the Temples of YHWH in the Pre-Exilic Period, Ugarit-Forschungen

31 (1999), 391-415.

147. Lebo-Hamath, êūbat-Hamath and the Northern Boundary of the Land of Canaan,

Ugarit-Forschungen 31 (1999), 417-441.

148. The Fire Signals of Lachish Revisited, Palestine Exploration Quarterly 131 (1999),

65-67.

149. Three notes on the Aramaic inscription from Tel Dan, Israel Exploration Journal

50 (2000), 92-104.

150. The Egyptian-Canaanite Correspondence, in R. Cohen and R. Westbrook (eds.),

Amarna Diplomacy: The Beginnings of International Relations, Baltimore and

London 2000, 125-138, 252-253.

151. The Number of Deportees from Samaria in the Nimrud Prisms of Sargon II,

N.A.B.U. 2000/1, No. 1.

152. The Contribution of the Trojan Grey Ware from Lachish and Tel Miqne-Ekron for

the Chronology of the Philistine Monochrome Pottery, Bulletin of the American

Schools of Oriental Research 317 (2000), 1-7.

153. The Law of the Altar in Deuteronomy and the Cultic Site near Shechem, in S.L.

McKenzie and T. Römer (eds.), Rethinking the Foundations. Historiography in

the Ancient World and in the Bible. Essays in Honour of John Van Seters (BZAW

294), Berlin and New York 2000, 141-161.

154. New light on Hezekiah’s Second Prophetic Story (2 Kings 19,9b-35), Biblica 81

(2000), 393-402.

155. Royal Vassals or Governors? On the status of Sheshbazzar and Zerubbabel in the

Persian Empire, Henoch 22 (2000), 35-44.

156. Assyrian Deportations to the Province of Samerina in the Light of Two Cuneiform

Tablets from Tel Hadid, Tel Aviv 27 (2000), 159-188 (co-author: Ran Zadok).

157. Ḫabiru-Like Bands (urbi) in the Assyrian Empire and Bands in Biblical

Historiography, Journal of the American Oriental Society 120 (2000),

621-624.

158. Rubutu/Aruboth, Ugarit-Forschungen 32 (2000), 373-383.

159. Royal Inscription versus Prophetic Story: Mesha’s Rebellion in Historical

Elucidation, Zion 66 (2001), 5-40 (Hebrew).

160. Conquest of Yadnana according to the Inscriptions of Sargon II, in T. Abusch et al.

(eds.), Proceedings of the XLVe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, vol. 1:

Historiography in the Cuneiform World, Bethesda 2001, 365-372.

161. Historical Analysis of the Book of Kings in the Light of Royal Inscriptions of the

Ninth Century BCE, Cathedra 100 (2001), 89-108 (Hebrew).

162. Damascus, Hatarikka and Ṣimirra in Tiglath-pileser III’s Summary Inscriptions,

N.A.B.U. 2001/2, No. 24.

163. The City of Anaharath in an Amarna Letter, N.A.B.U. 2001/2, No. 31.

164. EA 200, N.A.B.U. 2001/4, No. 91.

165. The Bible as a Source for the History of Israel in the First Temple Period, In. L.I.

Levine and A. Mazar (eds.), The Controversy over the Historicity of the Bible,

Jerusalem 2001, 124-134 (Hebrew).

166. An Assyrian Residence at Ramat Raḥel? Tel Aviv 28 (2001), 260-280.

167. Solomon’s District List (1 Kings 4:7-19) and the Assyrian Province System in

Palestine, Ugarit-Forschungen 33 (2001), 419-436.

168. Aribua and the Patina-Hamath Border, Orientalia 71 (2002), 291-295.

169. The Seat of Three Disputed Canaanite Rulers According to Petrographic

Investigation of the Amarna Tablets, Tel Aviv 29 (2002), 221-237 (co-authors:

Yuval Goren and Israel Finkelstein).

170. In Search of Reality behind the Account of David’s Wars with Israel’s Neighbours,

Israel Exploration Journal 52 (2002), 200-224.

171. Dispatching Canaanite Maidservants to the Pharaoh, Ancient Near Eastern Studies

39 (2002), 76-82.

172. Ostracon No. 7 from Arad - Testimony to a Prohibition of Work on the New Moon

Day? Tarbiz 71 (2002), 565-568 (Hebrew).

173. Petrographic Investigation of the Amarna Tablets, Near Eastern Archaeology 65

(2002), 196-205 (co-authors: Yuval Goren and Israel Finkelstein)

174. The Abandonment of Cult Places in the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah as Acts of

Cult Reform, Ugarit-Forschungen 34 (2002), 585-602.

175. Updating the Messages: Hezekiah’s Second Prophetic Story (2 Kings 19,9b-35) and

the Community of Babylonian Deportees, in L.L. Grabbe (ed.), ‘Like a Bird in the

Cage’. The Invasion of Sennacherib in 701 BCE (JSOTSup 363), Sheffield 2003,

201-220.

176. Ostracon No. 40 from Arad Reconsidered, in C.G. den Hertog, U. Hübner and S.

Münger (eds.), Saxa loquentur. Studien zur Archäologie Palästinas/Israels

Festschrift für Volkmar Fritz zum 65. Geburtstag (AOAT 302), Münster 2003,

199-204.

177. The Contribution of the Lachish Ostraca for the Study of the Distribution of

Messages in the Kingdom of Judah in the Late Monarchial Period, in Y. Ben

Arieh and E. Reiner (eds.), Studies in the History of Eretz Israel Presented to

Yehuda Ben Porat, Jerusalem 2003, 5-12 (Hebrew).

178. The Distribution of Messages in the Kingdom of Judah in Light of the Lachish

Ostraca, Vetus Testamentum 53 (2003), 169-180.

179. The Expansion of the Kingdom of Amurru According to the Petrographic

Investigation of the Amarna Tablets, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental

Research 329 (2003), 1-11 (co-authors: Yuval Goren and Israel Finkelstein).

180. The Location of Alashiya: New Evidence from Petrographic Investigation of

Alashiyan Tablets from el-Amarna and Ugarit, American Journal of Archaeology

107 (2003), 233-255 (co-authors: Y. Goren, S. Bunimovitz and I. Finkelstein).

181. In Search of Reality behind the Account of the Philistine Assault on Ahaz in the

Book of Chronicles, Transeuphratène 26 (2003), 47-63.

182. La Bible à la croisée des sources, Annales: Histoire, Sciences, Sociales 58/6 (2003),

1321-1346.

183. The Assyrian Outpost of Aribua = Modern Sfīre? N.A.B.U. 2003/2, No. 37.

184. Three Notes on the Suhu Inscriptions, N.A.B.U. 2003/4, No. 86.

185. Two Additional Notes on the Suhu Inscriptions, N.A.B.U. 2003/4, No. 92.

186. Ekron under the Assyrian and Egyptian Empires, Bulletin of the American Schools

of Oriental Research 332 (2003), 81-91.

187. A New Outlook at the Boundary System of the Twelve Tribes. Ugarit-Forschungen

35 (2003), 291-332 (co-author: Nurit Lissovsky).

188. Sources and Composition in the Biblical History of Edom, in C. Cohen, A. Hurvitz

and S.M. Paul (eds.), Sefer Moshe: The Moshe Weinfeld Jubilee Volume. Studies in

the Bible and the Ancient Near East, Qumran, and Post-Biblical Judaism, Winona

Lake 2004, 313-320.

189. The Contribution of the SuÆu Inscriptions for the Study of the History of the

Kingdoms of Israel and Judah, Zion 69 (2004), 133-156 (Hebrew).

190. Death Formulae and the Burial Place of the Kings of the House of David, Biblica 85

(2004), 245-254.

191. The Boundary System and Political Status of Gaza under the Assyrian Empire,

Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina Vereins 120 (2004), 55-70.

192. The Ṣuḫāru in Second Millennium BCE Letters from Canaan, Israel Exploration

Journal 54 (2004), 92-99.

193. The Judahite Shephelah in the Late 8th and Early 7th Centuries BCE, Tel Aviv 31

(2004), 60-79 (co-author: Israel Finkelstein).

194. Ra’shu, Re’si-ṣuri, and the Ancient Names of Ras Ibn Hani, Bulletin of the

American Schools of Oriental Research 334 (2004), 33-39.

195. Re’si-§uri and Yauna in a Neo-Assyrian Letter (ND 2737), N.A.B.U. 2004/3, No. 63.

196. The town of Arza in a Neo-Assyrian Letter (ND 2767), N.A.B.U. 2004/3, No. 72.

 

197. From Conscription of Forced Labour to a Symbol of Bondage: Mas in the Biblical

Literature, in Y. Sefati et al. (eds.), "An Experienced Scribe who Neglects

Nothing". Ancient Near Eastern Studies in Honor of Jacob Klein, Bethesda 2005,

746-758.

198. Between Kadesh-barnea and Great Sidon. On the Geographical Boundaries and the

        Limits of Information in the Study of the Tribal Inheritances System, Cathedra

117 (2005), 5-40 (co-author: Nurit Lissovsky) (Hebrew).

199. The Danite Campaign Northward (Judges xvii-xviii) and the Migration of the

Phocaeans to Massalia (Strabo IV 1,4), Vetus Testamentum 55 (2005), 47-60.

200. The Archaeological and Epigraphic Finds from Meṣad Ḫashavyahu, in M. Fischer

(ed.), Yavneh, Yavneh-Yam and Their Neighborhood. Studies in the Archaeology

and History of the Judean Coastal Plain, Tel Aviv 2005, 71-82 (Hebrew).

201. Josiah and the Kingdom of Judah, in L.L. Grabbe (ed.), Good Kings and Bad

Kings, (JSOTSup. 393), Sheffield 2005, 189-247.

202. The Sources Available for the Author of the Book of Kings, in M. Liverani (ed.), Recenti tendenze nella ricostruzione della storia antica d¹Israele, Rome 2005,

105-120.

203. Shechem of the Amarna Period and the Rise of the Northern Kingdom of Israel,

Israel Exploration Journal 55 (2005), 172-193 (co-author: I. Finkelstein).

204. On Two Tablets from Kāmid el-Lōz, Ancient Near Eastern Studies 42 (2005),

312-317.

205. Was Ahab Killed by an Assyrian Arrow in the Battle of Qarqar? Ugarit

Forschungen 37 (2005), 461-474.

206. Resident-Alien or Residing Foreign Delegate? On the ubāru in Some Late Bronze

Age Texts, Ugarit-Forschungen 37 (2005), 475-478.

207. The Temple Library of Jerusalem and the Composition of the Book of Kings,

Supplement to Vetus Testamentum 109 (2006), 129-152.

208. Did Ramesses II Wage Campaign against the Land of Moab? Göttinger Miszellen

209 (2006), 63-69.

209. Sennacherib's Sons' Flight to Urartu, N.A.B.U. 2006/1, No. 5.

210. Eloulaios/Ululaiu in Josephus, Antiquities IX, 284, N.A.B.U. 2006/1, No. 6.

211. Dating the Appearance of Imitations of Assyrian Ware in Southern Palestine, Tel Aviv 33 (2006), 61-82 (co-author: Y. Thareani Sussely).

212. Reconstructing the History of Ancient Israel: Bible, Archaeology, and

Historiography, Zmanim 94 (2006), 8–19 (Hebrew).

213. Ostracon No. 7 from Arad Reconsidered, in S. Gitin, J.E. Wright and J.P. Dessel

(eds.), Confronting the Past: Archaeological and Historical Essays on Ancient Israel in Honor of William G. Dever, Winona Lake 2006, 265-267.

214. The Story of Jehu’s Rebellion: Hazael’s Inscription and the Biblical Narrative,

Israel Exploration Journal 56 (2006), 160-166.

215. The Rise of Jerusalem as the Kingdom of Judah's Premier City in the 8th-7th

Centuries BCE, Zion 71 (2006), 411-456 (Hebrew).

216. The King Leading Cult Reforms in his Kingdom: Josiah and Other Kings in the

Ancient Near East, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte

12 (2006), 131-168.

217. Provenance Study and Re-evaluation of the Cuneiform Documents from the

Egyptian Residency at Tel Aphek, Ägypten und Levante 16 (2006), 161-171

(co-authors: Y. Goren, H. Mommsen and I. Finkelstein).

218. On Temples and Sacred Trees in Tyre and Sidon in the Late Eighth Century BCE,

Rivista degli Studi Fenici 34/1 (2006), 39-47.

219. Royal Inscription versus Prophetic Story, Mesha's Rebellion according to Biblical

and Moabite Historiography, in L.L. Grabbe (ed.), Ahab Agonistes: The Rise and

Fall of the Omri Dynasty (Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies

421), London and New York 2007, 145-183.

220. The District of Hasua(t)ti, N.A.B.U. 2007/1, No. 02.

221. The King Initiating Cult Reforms in his Kingdom: Josiah and Other Ancient Near

Eastern Kingdom, The Israeli Academy of Sciences vol. 9/3, Jerusalem 2007,

53-86 (Hebrew).

222. The contribution of the Suhu Inscriptions to the Historical Research of the

Kingdoms of Israel and Judah, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 66 (2007),

107-122.

223. When and How Did Jerusalem Become a Great City? The Rise of Jerusalem as

Judah's Premier City in the Eighth-Seventh Centuries B.C.E., Bulletin of the

American Schools of Oriental Research 347 (2007), 21-56.

224. The Opening Biblical Verses on the Kings of Judah and Israel: Sources and Editing,

in S.W, Crawford et al. (eds.), "Up to the Gates of Ekron": Essays on the

Archaeology and History of the Eastern Mediterranean in Honor of Seymour

Gitin, Jerusalem 2007, 370-381.

225. The Growth and Development of Judah and Jerusalem in the Eighth Century BCE

and the Assumed 'Melting Pot' Policy Attributed to King Hezekiah. A Reply to

Israel Finkelstein, Zion 72 (2007), 338-346 (Hebrew).

226. The Northern Kingdom in the Late Tenth-Ninth Centuries BCE, in H.G.M.

Williamson (ed.), Understanding the History of Ancient Israel (Proceedings of the

British Academy 143), Oxford and New York 2007, 399-418.

227. Sources and Composition in the Book of Kings: the Introductory and Final Verses of

the Kings of Israel and Judah, in M. Bar-Asher et al. (eds.), Shai le-Sara Japhet

Studies in the Bible, Its Exegesis and Language Presented to Sara Japhet,

Jerusalem 2007, 97-118 (Hebrew).

228. Sargon II's Second palû according to the Khorsabad Annals, Tel Aviv 34 (2007),

165-170.

229. Borders and Districts in Descriptions of the Conquest of the West in Tiglath-pileser

III's Inscriptions and in Biblical Historiography, State Archives of Assyria Bulletin 16 (2007), 40-61.

230. The Amarna Letters: Between Historical and Archaeological Research. On the 120th

Anniversary of the Discovery of the Amarna Archive, Zmanim 101 (2008), 4

12 (Hebrew).

231. Let Other Kingdoms Struggle with the Great Powers - You, Judah, Pay the Tribute

and Hope for the Best. The Foreign Policy of the Kings of Judah in the Ninth-

Eighth Centuries, in R. Cohen and R. Westbrook (eds.), Isaiah's Vision of Peace

In Biblical and Modern International Relations. Swords into Plowshares, New

York 2008, 55-73.

232. The Suhu Governors' Inscriptions in the Context of Mesopotamian Royal

Inscriptions, in M. Cogan and D. Kahn (eds.), Treasures on Camels' Humps.

Historical and Literary Studies from the Ancient Near East Presented to Israel

Eph'al, Jerusalem 2008, 221-236.

233. Queen Mothers and Ancestors Cult in Judah in the First Temple Period, in I.

Kottsieper, R. Schmitt and J. Wöhrle (eds.), Berührungspunkte. Studien zur Sozial

und Religionsgeschichtliche Israels und seiner Umwelt. Festschrift für Rainer Albertz zu seinem 65. Geburtstag (AOAT 350), Münster 2008, 479-490.

234. Borders and Districts in Descriptions of the Conquest of the West in Tiglath-pileser

III's Inscriptions and in Biblical Historiography, Shnaton: An Annual for Biblical

and Ancient Near Eastern Studies 18 (2008), 79-97 (Hebrew).

235. In Search of the Ancient Name of Khirbet Qeiyafa, Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 8:

Article 21 (2008).

236. Naboth's Vineyard and the Foundation of Jezreel, Journal for the Study of the Old

Testament 33 (2008), 197-218.

238. Shaaraim - The Gateway to the Kingdom of Judah, Journal of Hebrew Scriptures

8: Article 24 (2008).

238. Kuntillet ‘Ajrud, Sacred Trees and the Asherah, Tel Aviv 35 (2008), 186-208

(co-author: Nurit Lissovsky).

239. Sojourners and Levites in the Kingdom of Judah in the Seventh Century BCE,

Tarbiz 77 (2008), 167-203 (Hebrew).

240. Sojourners and Levites in the Kingdom of Judah in the Seventh Century BCE,

Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 14 (2008),

237-279.

241. Ashkelon under the Assyrian Empire, in J.D. Schloen (ed.), Exploring the Longue

Durée: Essays in Honor of Lawrence E. Stager, Winona Lake 2009, 351-359.

242. The Trowel vs. the Text: How the Amarna Letters Challenge Archaeology, Biblical

Archaeology Review 35/1 (2009), 52-56, 70-71.

243. Sixty Years of Research in the State of Israel: Its Impact on the Development of the

Historiography of the Biblical Period, Zion 74 (2009), 17-43 (Hebrew).

244. Was Dor the Capital of an Assyrian Province? Tel Aviv 36 (2009), 95-109.

245. Did The City of Dor Serve as the Capital of an Assyrian Province? Eretz Israel -

Ephraim Stern Volume 29, Jerusalem 2009, 310-317 (Hebrew).

246. The Inscriptions from the Egyptian Residence: A Reassessment, in Y. Gadot and E.

Yadin (eds.), Aphek-Antipatris II: the Remains on the Acropolis. The Moshe

Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations (Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of

Archaeology, Monograph Series 27), Tel Aviv University 2009, 460-471 (co-

author Yuval Goren).

247. A Provenance Study of the Gilgamesh Fragment from Megiddo, Archaeometry 51/5

(2009), 763-773 (co-authors: Y. Goren, H. Mommsen and I Finkelstein).

248. Saul, Benjamin and the Emergence of 'Biblical Israel', Zeitschrift für die

Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 121 (2009), 211-224, 335-349.

249. The Governors of Suhu inscriptions in the Light of Assyrian Historiography, in I.

Eph‘al and N. Na'aman (eds.), Royal Assyrian Inscriptions: History,

Historiography and Ideology (A Conference in Honour of Hayim Tadmor on the

Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 20 November 2003), Jerusalem 2009, 97

113 (Hebrew).

250. The Growth and Development of Judah and Jerusalem in the Eighth Century BCE:

A Rejoinder, Revue biblique 116 (2009), 321-335.

251. The Sanctuary of the Gibeonites Revisited, Journal of Ancient Near Eastern

Religions 9 (2009), 101-124.

252. David's Sojourn in Keilah in Light of the Amarna Letters, Vetus Testamentum 60

(2010), 87-97.

253. Students' Works Examined after 3300 Years, Zmanim 109 (2010), 58-67

(Hebrew) (co-author: Y. Goren).

254. The Israelite-Judahite Struggle for the Patrimony of Ancient Israel, Biblica 91

(2010), 1-23.

255. The Date of the List of Towns that Received the Spoil of Amalek (1 Sam 30:26-31),

Tel Aviv 37 (2010), 190-202.

256. Between Historiographical Formation and Historical Reality: Hezekiah and the

Kings of Assyria, in J. Klein and I. Eph‛al (eds.), In Memory of Hayyim Tadmor

(The Israeli Academy of Sciences), Jerusalem 2010, 31-44.

257. Text and Archaeology in a Period of Great Decline: The Contribution of the Amarna

Letters to the Debate on the Historicity of Nehemiah's Wall, in P. Davies and

D.V. Edelman (eds.), The Historian and the Bible: Essays in Honour of Lester L.

Grabbe (Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies 530), New York and

London 2010, 20-30.

258. Does Archaeology Really Deserve the Status of a 'High Court' in Biblical Historical

Research? in B.E.J.H. Becking and L.L. Grabbe (eds.), Between Evidence and Ideology (Oudtestamentische Studiën 59), Leiden 2011, 165-183.

259. Jerusalem in the Amarna Period, in C. Arnould-Béhar and A. Lemaire (eds.),

Jérusalem antique et médiévale. .Mélanges en l’honneur d’Ernest-Marie

Laperrousaz, Paris 2011, 31-48.

260. Historiography in the Former Prophets, in Z. Talshir (ed.), The Literature of the

Hebrew Bible. Introductions and Studies, vol. 1, Jerusalem 2011, 371-390

(Hebrew).

261. The 'Discovered Book' and the Legitimization of Josiah's Reform, Journal of

Biblical Literature 130 (2011), 47-62.

262. The Shephelah According to the Amarna Letters, in I. Finkelstein and N. Na'aman

(eds.), The Fire Signals of Lachish. Studies in the Archaeology and History of

Israel in the Late Bronze Age, Iron Age, and Persian Period in Honor of David

Ussishkin, Winona Lake 2011, 281-299.

263. Textual and Historical Notes on Eliashib's Archive from Arad, Tel Aviv 38 (2011),

83-93.

264. A Hidden Anti-Samaritan Polemic in the Story of Abimelech and Shechem (Judges

9), Biblische Zeitschrift 55 (2011), 1-20.

265. The Exodus Story: Between Historical Memory and Historiographical Composition,

Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions 11 (2011), 39-69.

266. The Exodus Story between Historical Memory and Historiographical Composition,

Tarbiz 79 (2011), 345-372 (Hebrew).

267. A New Appraisal of the Silver Amulets from Ketef Hinnom, Israel Exploration

Journal 61 (2011), 184-195.

268. The Silver Amulets from Ketef Hinnom Reconsidered, Cathedra 140 (2011), 7-18

(Hebrew).

269. From "Baal-Perazim" to "Beth-Haccerem". Further Thoughts on the Ancient Name

of Ramat Raúel, Beit Mikra 56/1 (2011), 65-86 (co-author: Oded Lipschits)

(Hebrew).

270. Hazor in the Fourteenth-Thirteenth Centuries BCE in the Light of Historical and

Archaeological Research, Eretz Israel 30 - Amnon Ben-Tor Volume, Jerusalem

2011, 333-341 (Hebrew).

271. Khirbet Qeiyafa in Context, Ugarit-Forschungen 42 (2010), 497-526.

272. Khirbet Qeiyafa and the Philistine-Canaanite Struggle in South Canaan in the Early

Iron Age, Cathedra 143 (2012), 65-92 (Hebrew)

273. Biblical and Historical Jerusalem in the Tenth and Fifth-Fourth centuries BCE,

Biblica 93 (2012), 21-42.

274. Five Notes on Jerusalem in the First and Second Temple Periods, Tel Aviv 39

(2012), 93-103.

275. David's Stronghold and Samson's Rock of Etam, in I. Provan and M. Boda (eds.),

Let us Go up to Zion. Essays in Honour of H. G. M. Williamson on the Occasion

Of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday (VTS 153), Leiden and Boston 2012, 431-440.

276. The Kingdom of Geshur in History and Memory, Scandinavian Journal of the Old

Testament 26/1 (2012), 88-101.

277. Roads that Configure the Space in Biblical Narratives, in A. Brenner and F.H. Polak

(eds.), Words, Ideas, Worlds: Biblical Essays in Honour of Yairah Amit, Sheffield

2012, 150-158.

278. Khirbet ed-Dawwara – A Philistine Stronghold on the Benjamin Desert Fringe,

ZDPV 128 (2012), 1-9.

279. A New Look at the Epigraphic Finds from Ḥorvat ‛Uza, Tel Aviv 39 (2012),

212-229.

280. The Inscriptions of Kuntillet ‛Ajrud Through the Lens of Historical Research,

Ugarit-Forschungen 43 (2011), 299-324.

281. The Kuntillet ‛Ajrud Inscriptions in the Light of the Historical Research, Zmanim

121 (2013), 4-15 (Hebrew).

282. A ניר for David in Jerusalem, Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 39/1 (2013),

29-38.

283. The Kingdom of Judah in the 9th Century BCE: Biblical Text Analysis versus

Archaeological Research, Tel Aviv 40 (2013), 247-276.

284. Notes on the Temple 'Restorations' of Jehoash and Josiah, Vetus Testamentum 63

(2013), 640-651.

285. A Hidden Anti-David Polemic in 2 Samuel 6:2, in D.S. Vanderhooft and A.

Winitzer (eds.), Literature as Politics, Politics as Literature. Essays on the

Ancient Near East in Honor of Peter Machinist, Winona Lake 2013, 321-328.

286. A Sapiential Composition from Ḥorvat ‛Uza, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel 2/2

(2013), 221-233.

287. The Interchange between Bible and Archaeology: The Case of David's Palace and

the Millo, Biblical Archaeology Review 40/1 (2014), 57-61, 68-69.

288. The Ephrathite Settlement in Bethlehem and the Dispute over the Location of

Rachel's Tomb, Zion 79 (2014), 5-17 (Hebrew).

289. The Fortified Cities of the êiddim (Joshua 19,35), Biblische Notizen NF 160 (2014),

59-67.

290. Dismissing the Myth of a Flood of Israelite Refugees in the Late Eighth Century

BCE, Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 126 (2014), 1-14.

291. Jerusalem in the First Temple Period: Between Historical-Biblical and

Archaeological Research, Cathedra 151 (2014), 7-34 (Hebrew).

292. The Jacob Story and the Formation of Biblical Israel, Tel Aviv 41 (2014), 95-125.

293. The Settlement of the Ephrathites in Bethlehem and the Location of Rachel's

Tomb, Revue biblique 121/4 (2014), 516-529.

294. The Town of Pegor in the District of Bethlehem (Joshua 15:59A), in J.-M. Durand

and J. Elayi (eds.), Bible et Orient. Mélanges André Lemaire III (Transeuphratène

46), Paris 2014, 156-158.

295. Jebusites and Jabeshites in the Saul and David Story-Cycles, Biblica 95 (2014), 481-497.

296.  Out of Egypt or Out of Canaan? The Exodus Story between Memory and Historical Reality, in T.E. Levy, T. Schneider W.H.C. Propp (eds.), Israel's Exodus in Transdisciplinary Perspective – Text, Archaeology, Culture, and Geoscience, Cham, Switzerland 2015, 527-533.

297. Abraham’s Victory over the Kings of the Four Quadrants in Light of Darius I’s

Bisitun Inscription. Tel Aviv 42 (2015), 72-88.

298. Literacy in the Negev in the Late Monarchical Period, in B.B. Schmidt (ed.),

Contextualizing Israel’s Sacred Writings. Ancient Literacy, Orality, and

Literary Production (Ancient Israel and Its Literature 22), Atlanta 2015, 47-70

299. Judah and Edom in the Book of Kings and in Historical Reality, in R.I. Thelle, T.

Stordalen and M.E.J. Richardson (eds.), New Perspectives on Old Testament

Prophecy and History. Essays in Honour of Hans M. Barstad (VTS 168),

Leiden and Boston 2015, 197-211.

300. Four Notes on the Ancient Near Eastern Marzeaú, in M.C.A. Korpel and L.L.

Grabbe (eds.), Open-mindedness in the Bible and Beyond: A Volume of

Studies in Honour of Bob Becking ((Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament

Studies 616), London 2015, 215-222.

301. The Book of Hosea as a Source for the Last Days of the Kingdom of Israel,

Biblische Zeitschrift 59 (2015), 232-256.

302. The Pre-Priestly Abraham Story as a Unified Exilic Work, Scandinavian Journal of

the Old Testament 29/2 (2015), 157-181

303. Amasa the Asrielite (2 Samuel 17,25), Semitica 57 (2015), 177-183.

304. A Request for Blessing and Prosperity in an Inscription from Samaria, in I.D.

Wilson and D.V. Edelman (eds.), History, Memory, Hebrew Scriptures. A

Festschrift for Ehud Ben Zvi, Winona Lake 2015, 91-101.

305. A New Outlook at Kuntillet ‛Ajrud and its Inscriptions, Maarav 20/1 (2013)

[2015], 39-51.

306. Does Archaeology Deserve the Status of a '"High Court" in Biblical

Historical Research? in I. Etkes, D. Assaf and Y. Kaplan (eds.), Milestones.

Essays in Jewish History Dedicated to Zvi (Kuti) Yekutiel, Jerusalem 2015,

17-31 (Hebrew).

307. Algorithmic Handwriting Analysis of Judah's Military Correspondence Sheds Light

on Composition of Biblical Texts, Proceedings of the National Academy of

Sciences (PNAS) (co-authors: S. Faigenbaum-Golovin, A. Shaus, B. Sober, D.

Levin, B. Sass, E. Turkel, E. Piasetzky and I. Finkelstein) 2016.

308. The lmlk Seal Impressions Reconsidered. Tel Aviv 43 (2016), 111-125.

309. The ʻKenite Hypothesisʼ in the Light of the Excavations at Ḥorvat ‛Uza, in G.

Bartoloni and M.G. Biga (eds.), Not Only History (Proceedings of the

Conference in Honor of Mario Liverani Held in Sapienza-Università di Roma,

Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichità, 20-21 April 2009), Winona Lake 2016,

171-182.

310. Locating the Sites of Assyrian Deportees in Light of the Textual and Archaeological Evidence, in J. MacGinnis, D. Wicke and T Greenfield (eds.), The Provincial Archaeology of the Assyrian Empire (McDonald Institute Monographs), Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research 2016, 275-282.

311. A Violation of Royal Prerogative: The Shebna Prophecy (Isaiah 22.15-19) in

Context, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 40/4 (2016), 451-465.

312. Notes on Some Hebrew Inscriptions from the Beersheba Valley, Eretz Israel 32

(2016), 142-148 (Hebrew).

313. Obadiah and History, in B. Becking (ed.). Obadiah (Readings: A New Biblical

Commentary), Sheffield 2016, 14-31.

314. Dor and Iron Age IIA Chronology, BASOR 376 (2016), 1-5.

315. Queen Athaliah as a Literary-Historical Figure, Semitica 58 (2016), 181-205.

316. The Boundaries of the Promised Land in the Patriarchal Narratives, Biblische

Notizen NF 170 (2016), 3-12.

317. King Mesha’s Occupation of Jahaz, Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 42/1

(2016), 101-107.

318. Memories of Canaan in the Old Testament, Ugarit-Forschungen 47 (2016), 129

146.

319. Arpad and Aram: Reflection of a Dimorphic Society in the Sefîre Treaty, Revue

d'Assyriologie 110 (2016), 79-88.

320. The Royal Dynasties of Judah and Israel, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und

Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 22 (2016), 59-74.

321. Khirbet Qeiyafa as a Canaanite City between Philistia and the Judean Highlands,

Zion 82 (2017), 5-36 (Hebrew).

322. The Judahite Temple at Tel Moṣa near Jerusalem – The House of Obed-Edom? Tel

Aviv 44 (2017), 3-13.

323. Was an Early Edition of the Book of Kings Composed during Hezekiah's Reign?

Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 31/1 (2017), 80-91.

324. Samuelʼs Birth Legend and the Sanctuary of Shiloh, Journal of Northwest Semitic

Languages 43/1 (2017), 51-61.

325. In Search of the Temples of YHWH of Samaria and YHWH of Teman, Journal of

Ancient Near Eastern Religions 17 (2017), 76-95.

326. Was Khirbet Qeiyafa a Judahite City? The Case against It. Journal of Hebrew

Scriptures. Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 17 (2017), Article 7 (1-40).

327. Rediscovering a Lost North Israelite Conquest Story, in O. Lipschits, Y. Gadot and

M.J. Adams (eds.), Rethinking Israel: Studies in the History and Archaeology of

Ancient Israel in Honor of Israel Finkelstein, Winona Lake 2017, 287-302.

328. Memories of Monarchical Israel in the Narratives of Davidʼs Wars with Israelʼs

Neighbours, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel 6 (2017), 308-328.

329. Qurdi-Aššur-lamur as Governor in Phoenicia and South Syria, N.A.B.U. 2018/1 No.

26, 42-45.

330. The Battle of Gibeah Reconsidered (Judges 20:29-48), Vetus Testamentum 68

(2018), 102-110.

331. Game of Thrones: Solomonʼs ʻSuccession Narrativeʼ and Esarhaddonʼs Accession

to the Throne, Tel Aviv 45 (2018), 89-113.

332. Locating the Sanctuaries of YHWH of Samaria and YHWH of Teman, Eretz

Israel 33 (2018, 176-185 (Hebrew).

333. Echoes of the Israelite Conquest and Settlement of the Mishor in the Book of

Numbers, Semitica 60 (2018), 183-219.

334. Source and Composition in the Story of Shebaʼs Revolt (2 Samuel 20), Revue

biblique 125 (2018), 340-352.

335. An altar for YHWH in the Land of Aram (2 Kings 5:17), Journal of Ancient Near

Eastern Religions 18 (2018), 133–144.

 

In Press

 

1. The Original Pre-Priestly Account of the Post-Diluvian Age, Zeitschrift für die

Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft

2. Hiram of Tyre in the Book of Kings and in the Tyrian Records, Journal of Near

Eastern Studies 78 (2019).

3. Restoring Line 31 in the Mesha Stele: The "House of David" or Biblical Balak? Tel

Aviv (co-authors I Finkelstein and T. Römer).

4. Samaria and Judah in an Early Eighth-Century Assyrian Wine-List, Tel Aviv

 

 


 

 

 

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