NEAEHL

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NEAEHLNew Encyclopaedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land (four volume set)
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Possible candidates for the "harbor of Egypt" are Tell Abu Salima (Reich 1984) and Ruqeish (Oren 1993: 103; NEAEHL 4, 1392).
Studies: Sayce (1905): 272; Galling (1935): 81-86; Becking (1981-82): 86-88; (1992): 117-18; Zadok (1985): 567-70; Na'aman and Zadok (2000): 176; van der Toorn (2000): 99; Stern (2001): 16; Galling (1968): 61, 2b; NEAEHL, 505.
28; Edzard (1985): 251; NEAEHL, 595; Galling (1968): 13, A 3a.
1 (photo); Anbar and Na'aman (1986): 10; Demsky (1990): 164; Dalley (1998): 59 (copy); Goren (2000): 36-37; van der Toorn (2000): 98, 105; NEAEHL, 598 (photo); Galling (1968): 13, A 3b.
Studies: Zadok (1996): 104; Rainey (1999): 155 *; van der Toorn (2000): 98; NEAEHL, 608 (photo).
Studies: yon Soden (1963): 82; Landsberger (1968): 128-35; Tigay (1982): 123-29, 285-86; Edzard (1985): 251; Demsky (1990): 164-65; Tournay and Shaffer (1994): 174-77; George (1999): 138-39; Rainey (1999): 154 *; van der Toorn (2000): 98, 105; NEAEHL, 1011 (photo); Galling (1968): 13, A 5c.
246 (photo); NEAEHL, 1010 (photo); Galling (1968): 13, 5a.
Studies: van der Toorn (2000): 99; Stern (2001): 361, 404; NEAEHL, 1043-45 (photo, 1045).
Studies: Vanderhooft (1999): 108-9; Zorn (1997): 38 (photo), 66; NEAEHL, 1102.
13; Zadok (1991): 31; Na'aman and Zadok (2000): 176-77; van der Toorn (2000): 99; Stern (2001): 15-16 (photo, 15); NEAEHL, 1306; Galling (1968): 16, 5c.
5); Na'aman and Zadok (2000): 177; van der Toorn (2000): 99; Stern (2001): 332; NEAEHL, 1306; Galling (1968): 61, 5d.
4; Stern (2001): 15 (photo); NEAEHL, 1306 (photo); Galling (1968): 61 5a.