BASORBulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
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Herzog, Rainey, Moshkovitz, BASOR 225 (1977): 49-58.
New Evidence from Kuntillet (c)Ajrud," BASOR 255 (1984): 21-37.
BASOR 277-78 (1990): 71-91, argues that Pharaoh Sheshonq would not destroy a city in which he had set up his inscription.
Pardee, "A New Aramaic Inscription from Zincirli," BASOR 356 (2009): 51-71; however the vocalization Katumuwa has been suggested in light of Luwian names attested in Assyrian sources; see K.
Herrmann, "An Eternal Feast at Sam'al: The New Iron Age Mortuary Stele from Zincirli in Context," BASOR 356 (2009): 15-49.
An Interpretation of the Nora Stone," BASOR 208 (1972): 13.
The Oldest Hebrew Letters: The Lachish Ostraca," BASOR 70 (1938): 17.
Mazar, "The 'Bull-Site': an Iron Age I Open Cult Place," BASOR 247 (1982): 27-40.
Kelly, "Herodotus and the King of Sidon," BASOR 268 (1987): 52.
Mullen, "A New Royal Sidonian Inscription," BASOR 216 (1974): 26; G.
Rainey, Canaanite in the Amarna Tablets: A Linguistic Analysis of the Mixed Dialect Used by Scribes from Canaan (Leiden: Brill, 1996); Huehnergard, "A Grammar of Amarna Canaanite," BASOR 310 (1998): 59-77, a review of Rainey's work; on Byblos, in addition to Moran's work, A.
Glock, "A New Ta'annek Tablet," BASOR 204 (1971): 17-30.