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The beginnings of photography, the beginnings of the photography archive: Bonfils at the Harvard Semitic Museum2019 Martor: revue d'anthropologie du Musée du Paysan Roumain 24: 13-26
  • Mădălina Vârtejanu-Joubert
H6/KVQ [MARTOR-]1224-6271in special issue 'Politics of memory: the collecting, storage, ownership and selective disclosure of archival material'; English summary
In memory of Yoram Tsafrir (30.1.1938 – 23.11.2015)2017 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 4: 184-6
  • L.A. Beliaev
H6/KVY [SOVETSKAYA-]0869-6063English summary
East Slavonic inscriptions in the Basilica of the Nativity in Bethlehem2016 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 1: 25-36
  • Alekseĭ A. Gippius
  • Il'ia V. Zaĭtsev
  • IUriĭ A. Artamonov
H6/KVY [SOVETSKAYA-]0869-6063in special section 'Antiquities of the East European plain from the early iron age to the middle ages (Towards the 60th anniversary of N.A. Makarov)'; English summary
Givati excavations in Jeruslaem: stratigraphic urban site as a case study2015 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 2: 60-71
  • Doron Ben Ami
  • IAna CHekhanovets
H6/KVY [SOVETSKAYA-]0869-6063English summary
La antigua ciudad de Magdala... ¿La Pompeya de Israel?2014 Arqueología mexicana 21 (126): 18-23
  • Marcela Zapata Meza
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218
Bethany beyond the Jordan site of Jesus baptism: a threatened site2013 Journal of human ecology 43 (2): 123-31
  • AbdAziz Amhmoud
  • Mohammad Waheeb
  • Raed AlGhazawi
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274
The 'Siloam monolith' and 'Verkhotura': the archaeology of Russian parts in the city of David2013 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 4: 143-52
  • IA. CHekhanovets
H6/KVY [SOVETSKAYA-]0869-6063
The soul of the biblical sandal: on anthropology and style2012 American anthropologist 114 (3): 433-45
  • Tamar El Or
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Hebrew summary
Ancient texts and archaeology revisited - radiocarbon and Biblical dating in the southern Levant2010 Antiquity 84 (325): 834-47
  • Mohammad Najjar
  • Thomas Higham
  • Thomas E. Levy
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Tel Rekhesh excavations 2006-2009, Israel2010 Sprawozdania archeologiczne 62: 413-38 [insert i-viii]
  • Shuichi Hasegawa
H6/KE [SPRAWOZDANIA-]0081-3834also in Polish, 429-38
Towards a history or Russian archaeological investigation in Jericho2009 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 3: 153-61
  • N.N. Lisovoĭ
  • R.B. Butova
H6/KVY [SOVETSKAYA-]0869-6063
Archaeological monuments of Russian Palestine (based on archive materials from 1870 to the 1910s)2009 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 4: 46-57
  • L.A. Beliaev
  • N.N. Lisovoi
  • R.B. Butova
H6/KVY [SOVETSKAYA-]0869-6063
Paul Styger (1886-1937): archaeologist at Rome and professor at Warsaw2009 Archaeologia polona 47: 141-54
  • Elżbieta Jastrzębowska
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGIA-]0066-5924in thematic issue 'Profiles of archaeologists of the twentieth century dedicated to the memory of Andrew Sherratt'
From goddess to prophet: 2000 years of continuity on the mountain of Aaron near Petra, Jordania2008 Temenos 44 (2): 191-22
  • Antti Lahema
  • Zbigniew T. Fiema
H6/KFO [TEMENOS-]0497-1817
The Christian monastery and relics of the apostle Matthew in Issyk-Kul2008 Kul'tura i vremia 1: 19-33
  • V.M. Ploskikh
Biblical entheogens: a speculative hypothesis2008 Time and mind: the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture 1 (1): 51-74
  • Benny Shanon
H6/KH [TIME-]1751-696X
Archaeology and the list of returnees in the books of Ezra and Nehemiah2008 Palestine exploration quarterly 140 (1): 7-16
  • Israel Finkelstein
H6/KE [PALESTINE-]ISSN 0031-0328
Transcontinental mythological patterns in prehistory (a multivariate contents analysis of flood myths worldwide challenges Oppenheimer's claim that the core mythologies of the ancient Near East and the Bible originate from early holocene South East Asia)2007 Cosmos 23: 29-80
  • Mark Isaak
  • Wim Van Binsbergen
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773
Nabondius, as-Sila', and the beginning of the end of Edom2007 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 348: 75-88
  • Bradley L. Crowell
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
Two Biblical architectural images in light of cuneiform sources (lexicographical note X)2006 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 341: 37-52
  • Haym Tawil
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
The localisation of the rivers of Paradise and the countries of Havilah and Kush2006 Istoriko-filologicheskiy zhurnal 2: 237-55
  • Sargis Petrosian
H6/KVY [ISTORIKO-FILOLOGICHESKII ZHURNAl]0135-0536English and Russian summaries
Archaeology, ethnography and the Bible: the skull quest and magic in pre-pottery neolithic of the Near East as stimulus to a sedentary way of life2006 Archaeologia polona 44: 295-316
  • Mateusz Wierciński
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGIA-]0066-5924
The history of the Giḥon spring in Jerusalem2004 Levant 36: 211-23
  • Eli Shukron
  • Ronny Reich
H6/KE 'LEVANT-'0075-8914
Authenticity examination of the inscription on the ossuary attributed to James, brother of Jesus2004 Journal of archaeological science 31 (8): 1185-9
  • Avner Ayalon
  • Miryam Bar-Matthews
  • Yuval Goren
Reassessing the chronology of Biblical Edom: new excavations and 14C dates from Khirbat en-Nahas (Jordan)2004 Antiquity 78 (302): 865-79
  • Andreas Hauptmann
  • James D. Anderson
  • Mohammad Najjar
  • Russell B. Adams
  • Thomas E. Levy
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Schwankungen des Schwarzmeerspiegels und die Kulturentwicklung Südosteuropas während des mittleren Holozäns (ca. 6000-3000 v. Chr.)2003/2004 Starinar 53/54: 9-21
  • Blagoje Govedarica
H6/KE [STARINAR]0350-0241German summary
Faking biblical history2003 Archaeology 56 (5): 20-9
  • Neil Asher Silberman
  • Yuval Goren
Recent radiocarbon results and King Solomon2003 Antiquity 77 (298): 771-9
  • Eli Piasetzky
  • Israel Finkelstein
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The challenges of Katef Hinnom. Using advanced technologies to reclaim the earliest Biblical texts and their context2003 Near eastern archaeology 66 (4): 162-71
  • Andrew G. Vaughn
  • Bruce Zuckerman
  • Gabriel Barkay
  • Kenneth Zuckerman
  • Marilyn J. Lundberg
H6/KE [BIBLICAL-]1094-2076
Digging up Deborah: recent Hebrew scholarship on gender and the contribution of archaeology2003 Near eastern archaeology 66 (4): 172-84
  • Susan Ackerman
H6/KE [BIBLICAL-]1094-2076
Radiocarbon method and the problems of dating of bronze age sites and cultures2003 Kratkie soobshcheniia 214: 9-20, 140
  • L. B. Orlovskaia
  • L. I. Avilova
H6/KVY [AKADEMIYA NAUK SSSR. Institut Istorii Material'noy Kultury. Kratkiye soobshcheniya]0130-2620English summary
The search for Moresheth-Gath: a new proposal2002 Palestine exploration quarterly 134 (1): 28-36
  • Yigal Levin
Reconciling two maps: archaeological evidence for the Kingdoms of David and Solomon2002 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 327: 49-54
  • Jeffrey A. Blakely
The Bible unearthed: a rejoinder2002 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 327: 63-73
  • Israel Finkelstein
  • Neil Asher Silberman
0003-097Xcomments on Excavating the Hebrew Bible, or burying it again? by WG Dever in Bull Amer Sch orient Res 2001 (322), 67-77
Robbing the archaeological cradle: in the aftermath of the Gulf War, Iraq's ancient heritage has landed on the endangered list2001 Natural history 110 (1): 44-55
  • Alexandra Avakian photogr
  • John Malcolm Russell
Excavating the Hebrew Bible, or bury it again?2001 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 322: 67-77
  • William G. Dever
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097Xreview article on The bible unearthed: achaeology's new vision of ancient Israel and the origin of the sacred texts by I Finkestein and N Asher (New York: Silberman, 2001)
Stones for bread: archaeology versus history2001 Near eastern archaeology 64 (3): 140-9
  • Anson F. Rainey
1094-2076response to 'State formation in Israel and Judah' by I Finkelstein in Near east Archaeol 1999 (62:1), 35-52
On site identifications old and new: the example of Tell el-Hesi2001 Near eastern archaeology 64 (1/2): 24-35
  • Fred L. Horton jr
  • Jeffrey Blakely
Ancient bronzes from the Levant2001 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 1: 15-26
  • L. I. Avilova
0869-6063English summary
Burial customs in the land of the Bible: from the chalcolithic period to the Herodian period2001 Przegląd archeologiczny 49: 47-58
  • Mariusz Rosik
Towards the roots of Jewish diaspora (before the renewal of the Second Temple)2001 Arkheolohiia 4: 137-43
  • Oleksandr Mykhailovych Mal'ovanyi
H6/KVY [ARKHEOLOHIYA-]0235-3490English and Russian summaries
Hazor and the chronology of northern Israel: a reply to Israel Finkelstein 'comments on [Hazor and the north in the iron age: a low chronology perspective' by I Finkelstein Bull Amer Sch orient Res 1999 (314) 55-70]2000 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 317: 9-15
  • Amnon Ben-Tor
The rural community in ancient Israel during iron age II2000 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 317: 17-39
  • Avraham Faust
Are the Dead Sea scrolls Christian?2000 Near eastern archaeology 63 (3): 168-71
  • Erik W. Larson
1094-2076in thematic issue 'Qumran and the Dead Sea scrolls'
State formation in Israel and Judah: a contrast in context, a contrast in trajectory1999 Near eastern archaeology 62 (1): 35-52
  • Israel Finkelstein
New archaeology1999 Konteksty 3: 57-8, 111
  • Jan Gondowicz
1230-6142English summary
Digging at Armageddon: a new expedition tackles on of the Near East's most famous tels - and legends1999 Archaeology 52 (61): 32-9
  • Baruch Halperin
  • David Ussishkin
  • Israel Finkelstein
  • Neil Asher Silberman
Bethsaida: identity crisis Biblical style1999 Digging stick 16 (2): 6-8
  • Miriam Feinberg Vamosh
Palaeographic dating of Judaean seals and its significance for Biblical research1999 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 313: 43-64
  • Andrew G. Vaughn
An age of pioneers1998 Archaeology 51 (5): 42-3
  • Avraham Biran
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