NEAEHL

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NEAEHLNew Encyclopaedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land (four volume set)
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Samaria: Stern 2001: 19-20 (assumption that fortifications were reconstructed by Assyrians): NEAEHL 4: 1306 (pottery with Assyrian influence); Singer-Avitz 2007: 184-85 (carinated bowls, Assyrian influence), but Na'aman and Thareani-Sussely 2006: 64; Horowitz and Oshima 2006: 112-15 (inscribed bulla with royal Assyrian seal impression, judicial document, votive cylinder in form of cylinder seal, fragment of stela); Hestrin and Stern 1973 (bronze bowl, probably produced in Syro-Phoenician center where Assyrian designs were imitated).
(4.) Neo-Assyrian toponyms in the Levant are cited after Bagg 2007, archaeological sites in Palestine after The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land (NEAEHL).
Possible candidates for the "harbor of Egypt" are Tell Abu Salima (Reich 1984) and Ruqeish (Oren 1993: 103; NEAEHL 4, 1392).
Zadok (1977/78): 47; (1985): 567-70; Na'aman and Zadok (2000): 176; van der Toorn (2000): 99; Stern (2001): 16; NEAEHL, 505; Galling (1968): 61, A 2a.
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.