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Open Access Journal: Revista Numismática Hécate

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Revista Numismática Hécate
ISSN: 2386-8643
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¡Bienvenidos todos a la nueva revista de numismática Hécate!

La revista Hécate debe su nombre a la diosa griega tricéfala, que representa las diferentes formas de entender el mundo y el ser humano en su necesidad de transmitir Historia. Así Hécate nos muestra una encrucijada de conocimientos, de nuevos caminos y tendencias que debemos recorrer; senderos que nos llevarán a comprender y abordar el saber desde una perspectiva libre y globalizadora en esta nueva época de cambio y tecnología.

Número 2

ARTÍCULOS
Análisis iconográfico de las monedas de Alejandro Magno y los DiádocosGarcía García, Cristina (pp. 1-52)
A raíz de un divisor argénteo de probable atribución a Malaka aparecido junto a un tartemorion gaditano en Cástulo
Martínez Chico, David (pp. 53-59)
Eusti/Eustibaikula, una ceca del interior catalán
Amela Valverde, Luis (pp. 60-70)
De nuevo sobre la serie RRC 235 de SEX•POM
Amela Valverde, Luis (pp. 71-85)
Tres posibles nuevas variantes inéditas de moneda provincial hispana depositadas en el Museo de CuencaGozalbes García, Helena (pp. 86-92)
Las monedas de bronce de Cn. Pompeyo hijo y Sexto Pompeyo (RRC 471/1, 478/1 Y 479/1)
Amela Valverde, Luis (pp. 93-118)

La enigmática figura de Suniefredo a la luz de sus emisiones monetales
Castillo Lozano, José Ángel  (pp. 119-124)
Learn to differentiate nine jitals
Palomares Bueno, Francisco (pp. 125-146)
Hipótesis sobre un morabetino de oro inédito de Enrique I de Castilla
Mozo Monroy, Manuel (pp. 147-174)
La circulación de la moneda española en el norte de África y Levante en la Edad ModernaCano Borrego, Pedro Damián (pp. 175-188)
RECENSIONES
Chaves Tristán, Francisca y Pliego Vázquez, Ruth: “Bellum et argentum. La Segunda Guerra púnica en Iberia y el conjunto de monedas y plata de Villarrubia de Los Ojos (Ciudad Real)”. Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, 2015.López Sánchez, Fernando (pp. 189-191)
Guest, Peter S. W.: “The Late Roman Gold and Silver Coins from the Hoxne Treasure”. The British Museum Press, Londres, 2005.González García, Alberto (pp. 192-196)
Cunietti-Ferrando, Arnaldo: “La Casa de Moneda de Potosí durante las Guerras de la Independencia”. Academia Nacional de la Historia, Buenos Aires, 2014.
Blanco, Santiago (pp. 197-198)
Paoletti, Emilio y Woolson, María Allessandra: “Re-engraving assayer’s initials in Potosi cobs”. Editorial Dunken, Buenos Aires, 2014.
Blanco, Santiago (pp. 199-200)

 

Número 1

Open Access Journal: Anuari de Filologia. Antiqva et Mediaevalia

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[First posted in AWOL 8 November 2013, updated 25 December 2015]

Anuari de Filologia. Antiqva et Mediaevalia
ISSN: 2014-1386
L'Anuari de Filologia. Antiqua et Mediaeualiaés una revista internacional de lliure accés que es publica cada any. Té com a objectiu la difusió d'articles d'investigació, ressenyes i tesis doctorals de la UB sobre temes relacionats amb la llengua i literatura de filologia grega, llatina, indoeuropea, àrab i hebrea, així com de llengües romàniques, fins a l'època medieval i humanística.
Els treballs es publiquen en qualsevol de les llengües en què s'imparteix docència a la Facultat de Filologia de la Universitat de Barcelona (català, espanyol, eusquera, gallec, portuguès, grec, anglès, alemany, italià, francès, àrab, hebreu, neerlandès, suec, rus, polonès i turc).
L'Anuari de Filologia. Antiqua et Mediaeualia compta amb un Consell Assessor Internacional que col·labora amb el Consell de Redacció en el procés de revisió i selecció dels treballs per parells (peer-review).

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Núm. 4 (2014): Homenatge a Pere-Enric Barreda Edo (1964-2014)

Volum dedicat a la memòria del professor del Departament de Filologia Llatina de la Universitat de Barcelona Pere-Enric Barreda Edo.



2011

Open Access Journal: Suhayl

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[First posted in AWOL 23 February 2011. Updated 26 December 2015]

Suhayl. International Journal for the History of the Exact and Natural Sciences in Islamic Civilisation
ISSN 1576-9372
ISSN electrònic 2013-620X
Suhayl. International Journal for the History of the Exact and Natural Sciences in Islamic Civilisation
Suhayl  (ISSN 1576-9372 / ISSN electrònic 2013-620X) és una revista anual  publicada pel Grup Millàs Vallicrosa d'Història de la Ciència Àrab de la  Universitat de Barcelona que s'edita en llengua anglesa i àrab. Des de  2009 es publica en col·laboració amb la Commision on History of Science  and Technology in Islamic Societies (IUPHS-DHS).

"Suhayl" (Canop) és una estrella usada sovint per la tradició islàmica  com a indicador de la qibla, la direcció de La Meca, ja que l'axis  principal de la Ka'ba està orientat cap el punt de la seva sortida.

2014

Portada

2014: Vol.: 13

Graduate Students of the American Oriental Society

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Graduate Students of the American Oriental Society
Welcome! This website is the hub for members of the American Oriental Society (AOS) who are currently graduate students or who have graduated recently. Being a graduate student or recent alumna/us is a vulnerable position in any field, but the fields represented by AOS are often quite small, making support and resources difficult to find. With this website, we aim to provide you with a community within AOS to help you navigate your field, connect with your peers, and aid your transition from student to scholar. 

Year End News from CDLI

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As we near the end of the year, I'd like to report on a few additions to CDLI content and functionality that might be of interest to some in cuneiform studies and related fields. These additions resulted in large measure from the project Creating a Sustainable Cuneiform Digital Library (CSCDL)–phase 3, under the general management of CDLI at UCLA, and generously funded by the Mellon Foundation, by UCLA's Humanities Division (supported by its Center for Digital Humanities), and by Oxford University.

The first is a technical improvement achieved by Émilie Pagé-Perron of the University of Toronto. Her implementation of a CDLI search-renderer feed of an online viewer now accommodates the RTI images of cuneiform artifacts that Oxford co-PI Jacob Dahl and research associate Klaus Wagensonner (now at the Free University of Berlin) created, working in the collections of the Ashmolean Museum and the Louvre, and in smaller numbers in those of Oslo (Schøyen), Manchester (JRL) and Philadelphia (UPenn); Bruce Zuckerman's West Semitic Research Project at USC also imaged for us the Khorsabad reliefs of the Oriental Institute Museum (Chicago). These files currently document 2,279 surfaces of 1,085 individual artifacts—in 8,570,000 discrete jpg's. Our use of this online viewer, written by Gianpaolo Palma as a sub-initiative of the cultural heritage capture technologies being developed at the Visual Computing Lab of CNR-ISTI (Pisa), is described at <http://cdli.ucla.edu/?q=rti-images>. The viewer does not pretend to replace the higher-level capabilities of such powerful RTI viewers as InscriptiFact (WSRP) running on local workstations, but it does offer some of the strengths of RTI image files in a true online environment. In these, treated artifact surfaces are presented for immediate browser view; for instance, three artifacts at <http://cdli.ucla.edu/search/search_results.php?SearchMode=Text&ObjectID=P215173,P345806,P416821>, a Sargon II lamassu in the OIM, an Ashmolean prism with Sumerian literary texts, and an Old Akkadian account from the Louvre, each hyperlink to several RTI images. Users may click on one of these links after "View RTI" above the entry thumbnail, and then on the light bulb found in the tool box at the upper left. Clicking, holding and moving your cursor round about the image determines the light source and raking angle, while the magnifying glass (or scroll ball/tracking pad in your mouse) allows you to enlarge the image up to and down from pixelation. It does not require as much practice as some of your Christmas toys to become expert at the use of this simple viewer. We are now discussing making the much more cumbersome full RTI files available for download to and viewing on local computers, using whatever full viewer users might have available to them.

Other additions to CDLI are in the realm of content:

To begin, <http://tinyurl.com/zelrw7e> displays, in groups of 2,000 entries per scroll view, the now full Louvre catalogue completed as a component of the Agreement of Scientific Cooperation signed by the Louvre and UCLA in March 2013 (<http://cdli.ucla.edu/?q=news/louvre-and-cdli>, and see <http://cdli.ucla.edu/collections/louvre/louvre_fr.html>). In a collaborative effort among Louvre staff and Klaus Wagensonner, then at Oxford, this initial full inventory of Louvre cuneiform artifacts resulted in a total of 12,550 entries, of which some 4,300 remain, so far as we see, unpublished. Wagensonner has, further, added nearly 1,000 new fatcross image files for online view (<http://tinyurl.com/hhx44wr>), including large numbers of unpublished Ur III accounts and receipts, significant witnesses of Sumerian literary texts, and the DP tablets heretofore only available in the 1913 hand copies of Allotte de la Fuÿe. Through this initiative, and following the drive of Jacob Dahl, the proto-Elamite texts from Susa have achieved the photographic documentation that so evidently deserve (<http://tinyurl.com/gog2hec>). Quite frankly, it is difficult to overstate the importance to the research of archaic Iran that is represented by the quality of images presented at <http://cdli.ucla.edu/P008126>—not so much the dumb images really, as the text annotation that they facilitate.

<http://tinyurl.com/q567ho4> are a final set of new British Museum images, also nearly 1,000 in number. These are largely the result of digital camera photography done by staff working under Jonathan Taylor, Assistant Keeper of the Museum's Middle East Department, during CSCDL phase 2 and deposited as raw files at CDLI/UCLA for final fatcrossing. More than half of these entries are currently listed as unpublished; we are, as ever, grateful for any feedback from specialists that would assist us in the many text identifications we have certainly missed.

<http://tinyurl.com/gnz6n4b> is the now complete set of cuneiform text artifacts located in the collection of the Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology, Toronto. ANE Curator Clemens Reichel has kindly allowed us to make public, here, images of all located artifacts, including ROM's 460+ unpublished 2nd and 1st millennium texts. Permission to publish these texts should be arranged through Dr. Reichel. For an overview of the collection, see <http://cdli.ucla.edu/collections/rom/rom.html>.

In the past year, we have added substantial numbers of fatcrosses of tablets in the collection of the Princeton Theological Seminary <http://cdli.ucla.edu/collections/pts/pts.html>. UCLA graduate student Michael Heinle has recently undertaken CSCDL's final capture mission to the PTS, and is processing our archival images to complete work on their 2,900 texts. We were, unfortunately, not given permission to access the largely unpublished Princeton University Library collection of some 1,250 cuneiform texts.

Now finally, those whose interest in proto-cuneiform has never flagged will have noted that the ongoing conflict in and around Baghdad shelved the final volumes in the ATU series planned for Iraq National Museum texts, while at the same time heavy numbers of Late Uruk texts have become available to research in the aftermath of the two US-led wars against Iraq. Faced with the unlikelihood of achieving a completed paper publication of proto-cuneiform artifacts from Uruk, Hans Nissen determined that all such data created in preparation for those volumes (ATU 8-9), as well as all records of proto-cuneiform artifacts generally, should be made available online so as to facilitate ongoing and future research. CDLI, as successor host to the online components of ATU, has therefore endeavored to gather and process for web dissemination all available proto-cuneiform documentation, regardless of the origin of such data. As a modest homage to Nissen's Archaische Texte aus Uruk project, to his personal commitment to all facets of Uruk excavations, and as a living extension of the ATU series, we completed in the past months a score generator of all pertinent archaic lexical lists published in ATU 3. Clicking on Q000002 under the first entry at <http://tinyurl.com/zb2m3ol>, for instance, brings up the composite version and all currently known Late Uruk witnesses to the list known as Archaic Lu2 A (the notorious Professions List; click on "Download transliterations" to see the exact form of such transliterations with score-generating tags), while clicking on "score" brings up the same texts in the full-score version taught to all Sumerology students in Germany (and entering the Oracc pages of Niek Veldhuis’ DCCLT site, for instance at <http://oracc.museum.upenn.edu/dcclt/Q000002/score>). These scores include the numerous new witnesses in the Norwegian Schøyen collection, and are a part of a growing number of such compendia entering CDLI pages at <http://cdli.ucla.edu/tools/scores/partitur-index.html>.

Bob Englund
Director, CDLI
UCLA

Open Access Journal: ARCHAI: Revista de Estudos sobre as Origens do Pensamento Ocidental

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[First posted in AWOL 19 March 2012, updated 26 December 2015]

ARCHAI: Revista de Estudos sobre as Origens do Pensamento Ocidental
ISSN: 1984-249X versão eletrônica
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ARCHAI: Revista de Estudos sobre as Origens do Pensamento Ocidental é uma publicação semestral do Grupo Archai: As Origens do Pensamento Ocidental, grupo interdisciplinar e interinstitucional que congrega pesquisadores das áreas de filosofia, história, letras, direito e arqueologia de diversas instituições universitárias brasileiras.








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Alphabetical List of Open Access Monograph Series in Ancient Studies

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This page represents the initial version of a collection of links to digitized or born-digital open access monograph series. It makes no claim to completeness at the moment, and I'll be grateful for reminders and information on Series not yet included below.

Open Access Ancient Numismatics Journals

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[First posted in AWOL 8 November 2011. Updated 28 December 2015]

These are the open access eJournals focused on ancient numismatics of which I am aware.  Are there others?  Please let me know.

    Spanish/Catalan/Portuguese Open Access Journals on the Ancient World

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    La siguiente lista incluye los títulos de 197 revistas de acceso libre en español, catalán, y portugués cuyo enfoque es el estudio de las civilizaciones del mundo antiguo. Esta lista ha sido tomada de la lista completa de AWOL. Si sabéis de otros títulos, dejad un mensaje en la parte de abajo para su inclusión.

    The following list includes the titles of 197 open access periodicals in the Spanish - Catalan - Portuguese languages focusing on the study of the ancient world. It is a extracted from AWOL's full List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies.  If you know of others, please bring them to my attention by leaving a comment below.

              Lebanese Archaeology: A fragile rebirth

              Open Access Journal: Bulletin of the International Association for Paleodontology

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              [First posted in AWOL 10 August 2010. Updated 29 December 2015]


              Bulletin of the International Association for Paleodontology
              e-ISSN:1846-6273
              logo Bulletin of the International Association for Paleodontology
              The International Association for Paleodontology (IAPO) was established in 2007 and has members worldwide. The IAPO's mission as a non-profit organization is three-pronged: It works to advance research and increase knowledge about oral and general health of ancient populations by promoting paleodontological and bioarchaeological researches. IAPO supports and represents the scientific community interested in paleodontology by facilitating professional development within the research community and providing member services. IAPO strives to facilitate the communication and application of research findings within other scientific areas.
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              Open Access Ancient Law Journals

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              Open Access Journal: CADMO - Revista de História Antiga do Centro de História da Universidade de Lisboa

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              CADMO - Revista de História Antiga do Centro de História da Universidade de Lisboa
              ISSN: 0871-9527
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              Iniciou no ano de 1991, com a publicação do seu primeiro número, a demanda de CADMO, sob esta forma de revista. Tal como para o herói lendário de Tiro que lhe deu nome, o Oriente era o seu ponto de partida e assumia-se como seu objecto científico específico, o mesmo Oriente que o nome fenício de Cadmo significava e que com esse nome era assumido e se proclamava como objecto de investigação científica e motivação historiográfica.

              Ao longo de um quarto de século que já leva percorrido, numerosos orientalistas nacionais e estrangeiros expuseram, nas suas páginas, investigações e leituras, tanto em português como noutras línguas. É o signo de Babel reassumido, mas, desta vez, restaurado, com uma clara intenção de convergência, para uma construção eficaz.

              As várias e antigas áreas do orientalismo pré-clássico, Egipto, Mesopotâmia, Pérsia, Síria, Palestina, Anatólia, bem como as vicissitudes de uma longa história humana que nos liga àuqelas paragens do Mediterrâneo oriental, todas foram objecto de tratamento, em análise pormenorizada ou em comentários de síntese mais aprofundada.

              A partir do seu número 16, entretanto, novos sonhos, novos interesses e novas apetências vieram proporcionar aos investigadores de História Antiga do Centro de História da Faculdade de Letras de Lisboa a oportunidade de, à sombra do nome de Cadmo, não se sublinhar apenas o ponto de partida oriental com o seu estatuto de proto-civilização. Se a viagem de Cadmo demandava Europa, íntima e irmã, impunha-se valorizar igualmente o ponto de chegada e toda a sua riqueza de materiais históricos e culturais. Ao grupo de historiadores do mundo oriental pré-clássico veio juntar-se o dos historiadores do mundo clássico. Juntos reforçam agora grandemente a comitiva de Cadmo, principal grupo dinamizador da sua demanda por Europa.

              A este grupo local de dinamização anuíram em associar-se uma pléiade de prestigiados nomes de cientistas, nacionais e estrangeiros, pertencentes às mais variadas universidades irmãs e cúmplices no cultivo das matérias da História da Antiguidade. É com toda a gratidão que acolhemos o entusiasmo acrescido que a sua disponibilidade nos traz.

              A experiência e a satisfação já conseguida nestes anos de investigação comum fizeram-nos amadurecer para a consciência de que a associação aprofundada de ambas as matérias na historiografia da Antiguidade, a pré-clássica e a clássica, se justifica plenamente e não só pelo âmbito implicitamente definido nos dois principais momentos do itinerário de Cadmo, a partida e a chegada, representados por estes dois mundos. Hipotéticos incómodos de concorrência ou “inveja dos sábios”, no dizer de um provérbio hebraico, não nos causam inibição, pois nos move a certeza de que cada um destes mundos representa uma fonte primigénia e específica para dimensões patrimoniais complementares, que continuam a integrar e a marcar no essencial os conteúdos do nosso próprio devir histórico.
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              Open Access Journal: ETIAM - Revista Agustiniana de Pensamiento

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              ETIAM - Revista Agustiniana de Pensamiento
              ISSN: 1851-2682

              ETIAM es un adverbio latino que significa: aún, todavía, además, incluso, hasta, sí, de nuevo, antes bien. Los adverbios tienen como función “complementar la significación del verbo, de un adjetivo o de otro adverbio” (DRAE). Es nuestra intención cumplir con la revista ETIAM una función parecida, acompañando en la reflexión sobre la vida y la fe a los lectores, para posibilitar un ámbito de Estudio Teológico Interdisciplinar Agustiniano y Misionero.

              ETIAM cumple en 2015 nueve ediciones ininterrumpidas y se prepara para convertirse en una publicación de edición tanto impresa como digital. Su Fundador y Director hasta el Vol. VIII Mons. Dr José Demetrio Jiménez, OSA ha dejado en manos del Vicariato “San Alonso de Orozco” y de esta su Biblioteca Vicarial, la tarea de continuar por la senda recorrida.

              Se ha pensado para el Vol. IX y el Vol. X continuar con la opción fundacional e ir acercando a ETIAM las voces de pensadores locales y del exterior que desarrollen contenidos más cercanos al pensamiento y el obrar agustiniano, desde su aporte filosófico y teológico.


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              Open Access Journal: Bibliotheca Augustiniana

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              Bibliotheca Augustiniana
              ISSN: 2469-0341
              Bibliotheca Augustiniana nace de una inquietud por difundir y fomentar las nuevas voces de la Investigación Humanística local y regional en los campos de interés de la Biblioteca Agustiniana de Buenos Aires (Patrística, Filosofía e Historia Medieval, Arte Sacro, Historia de la Iglesia y en particular, Historia de las Ordenes Monásticas y Mendicantes.). Es concebida como una publicación enteramente digital, de acceso y descarga gratuita de aparición semestral.


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              Open Access Journal: Journal of Hebrew Scriptures

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              [First posted in AWOL 23 October 2009. Updated 30 December 2014]

              Journal of Hebrew Scriptures
              ISSN: 1203-1542
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              The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures (JHS) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access, journal established in 1996 to foster scholarly research on the Hebrew Bible, Ancient Israel’s History and cognate fields of studies.
              JHS articles are included in the ATLA Religion Database, RAMBI, and BiBIL. The full contents of the journal are archived by Library and Archives Canada and is accessible for consultation and research at the Electronic Collection site maintained by Library and Archives Canada. JHS volumes are published in hard-copy, with a year delay, by Gorgias Press as part of their series Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts.
              The publication of the journal is made possible through collaboration between the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, and the Swiss-French Institute for Biblical Studies in Lausanne, Switzerland.

              Volumes


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              Author Title Volume Article Year
              Neriya-Cohen, Nava The Reflective Passages as the Core of Qoheleth: Content and Structural Analysis show/hide abstract 15 6 2015
              Jones, Christopher M. Seeking the Divine, Divining the Seekers: The Status of Outsiders Who Seek Yahweh in Ezra 6:21 show/hide abstract 15 5 2015
              Feder, Yitzhaq Behind the Scenes of a Priestly Polemic: Leviticus 14 and its Extra-Biblical Parallels show/hide abstract 15 4 2015
              Knoppers, Gary N. The Construction of Judean Diasporic Identity in Ezra–Nehemiah show/hide abstract 15 3 2015
              Pinker, Aron A New Interpretation of Job 19:26 show/hide abstract 15 2 2015
              Korchin, Paul Suspense and Authority amid Biblical Hebrew Front Dislocation show/hide abstract 15 1 2015
              Price, J.H. The Biblical Hebrew Feminine Singular Qal Participle: A Historical Reconstruction show/hide abstract 14 9 2014
              Holmstedt, Robert D. Analyzing זֶה Grammar and Reading זֶה Texts of Ps 68:9 and Judg 5:5 show/hide abstract 14 8 2014
              Sanders, Paul The Ashkar-Gilson Manuscript: Remnant of a Proto-Masoretic Model Scroll of the Torah show/hide abstract 14 7 2014
              Silverman, Jason M. Vetting the Priest in Zechariah 3: The Satan between Divine and Achaemenid Administrations show/hide abstract 14 6 2014
              Zimran, Yisca “The Lord Has Rejected You As King Over Israel”: Saul' Deposal from the Throneshow/hide abstract 14 5 2014
              Wagner, Thomas Recounting חידות מני־קדם in Psalm 78: What Are the “Riddles” About? show/hide abstract 14 4 2014
              Chavel, Simeon Prophetic Imagination in the Light of Narratology and Disability Studies in Isaiah 40-48show/hide abstract 14 3 2014
              Scolnic, Benjamin Antiochus IV and the Three Horns in Daniel 7show/hide abstract 14 2 2014
              Berger, Yitzhak Chiasm and Meaning in 1 Chroniclesshow/hide abstract 14 1 2014
              Berman, Joshua Double Meaning in the Parable of the Poor Man's Ewe (2 Sam 12:1–4)show/hide abstract 13 14 2013
              Frisch, Amos Malbim's Approach to the Sins of Biblical Personagesshow/hide abstract 13 13 2013
              Farber, Zev Jerubaal, Jacob and the Battle for Shechem: A Tradition Historyshow/hide abstract 13 12 2013
              Renz, Thomas An Emendation of Hab. 2:4a in the light of Hab 1:5show/hide abstract 13 11 2013
              Gadot, Yuval, Yuval Goren and Oded Lipschits A 7th Century BCE Bulla Fragment From Area D3 in The ‘City Of David’/Silwan show/hide abstract 13 10 2013
              Gonzalez, Hervé Zechariah 9–14 and the Continuation of Zechariah during the Ptolemaic Period show/hide abstract 13 9 2013
              Nilsen, Tina Dykesteen Creation in Collision? Isaiah 40–48 and Zoroastrianism, Babylonian Religion and Genesis 1 show/hide abstract 13 8 2013
              Tyson, Craig W. Josephus, Antiquities 10.180-82, Jeremiah, and Nebuchadnezzar show/hide abstract 13 7 2013
              Watts, James W. Scripturalization and the Aaronide Dynastiesshow/hide abstract 13 6 2013
              Nir, Rivka “It Is Not Right For a Man Who Worships God to Repay His Neighbor Evil For Evil”: Christian Ethics in Joseph and Aseneth (Chapters 22–29)show/hide abstract 13 5 2013
              Andrason, Alex An Optative Indicative? A Real Factual Past? Toward A Cognitive-Typological Approach to the Precative Qatalshow/hide abstract 13 4 2013
              Harrington, Hannah K. The Use of Leviticus in Ezra-Nehemiahshow/hide abstract 13 3 2013
              Rezetko, Robert The Qumran Scrolls of the Book of Judges: Literary Formation, Textual Criticism, and Historical Linguisticsshow/hide abstract 13 2 2013
              Cataldo, Jeremiah W. Yahweh’s Breast: Interpreting Haggai’s Temple through Melanie Klein’s Projective Identification Theoryshow/hide abstract 13 1 2013
              Cornell, Collin R. God and the Sea in Job 38show/hide abstract 12 18 2012
              Winther-Nielsen, Nicolai Stones on Display in Joshua 6: The Linguistic Tree Constructor as a “PLOT” Toolshow/hide abstract 12 17 2012
              Charney, Davida Keeping the Faithful: Persuasive Strategies in Psalms 4 and 62show/hide abstract 12 16 2012
              Knohl, Israel Psalm 68: Structure, Composition and Geographyshow/hide abstract 12 15 2012
              Gottlieb, Isaac B. Medieval Jewish Exegesis on Dual Incipitsshow/hide abstract 12 14 2012
              Avioz, Michael The “Spring of the Year” (2 Chronicles 36:10) and the Chronicler's Sourcesshow/hide abstract 12 13 2012
              Assis, Elie The Structure of Zechariah 8 and its Meaningshow/hide abstract 12 12 2012
              Cox, Benjamin D. and Susan Ackerman Micah's Teraphimshow/hide abstract 12 11 2012
              de Jong, Matthijs J. The Fallacy of ‘True and False’ in Prophecy Illustrated by Jer 28:8–9show/hide abstract 12 10 2012
              Hutton, Jeremy M. and Safwat Marzouk The Morphology of the tG-Stem in Hebrew and tirgaltî in Hos 11:3show/hide abstract 12 9 2012
              Andrason, Alexander Making It Sound—The Performative Qatal and its Explanation show/hide abstract 12 8 2012
              Chapman, Cynthia R. “Oh that you were like a brother to me, one who had nursed at my mother’s breasts” Breast Milk as a Kinship-Forging Substanceshow/hide abstract 12 7 2012
              Oswald, Wolfgang Foreign Marriages and Citizenship in Persian Period Judahshow/hide abstract 12 6 2012
              Evans, Paul S. History in the Eye of the Beholder? Social Location and Allegations of Racial/Colonial Biases in Reconstructions of Sennacherib’s Invasion of Judahshow/hide abstract 12 5 2012
              Lipschits, Oded Archaeological Facts, Historical Speculations and the Date of the LMLK Storage Jars: A Rejoinder to David Ussishkinshow/hide abstract 12 4 2012
              Berge, Kåre Literacy, Utopia and Memory: Is There a Public Teaching in Deuteronomy?show/hide abstract 12 3 2012
              Bridge, Edward J. Female Slave vs Female Slave: אָמָה and שִׁפְחָה in the HBshow/hide abstract 12 2 2012
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              Wallace, Robert E. The Narrative Effect of Psalms 84–89show/hide abstract 11 10 2011
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              Andrason, Alexander Biblical Hebrew Wayyiqtol: A Dynamic Definitionshow/hide abstract 11 8 2011
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              Doak, Brian R. “Some Worthless and Reckless Fellows”: Landlessness and Parasocial Leadership in Judgesshow/hide abstract 11 2 2011
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              Melvin, David P. Divine Mediation and the Rise of Civilization in Mesopotamian Literature and in Genesis 1–11show/hide abstract 10 17 2010
              Frankel, David El as the Speaking Voice in Psalm 82:6–8show/hide abstract 10 16 2010
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              Miller, Marvin Lloyd Nehemiah 5: A Response to Philippe Guillaumeshow/hide abstract 10 13 2010
              Hutzli, Jürg Tradition and Interpretation in Gen 1:1–2:4ashow/hide abstract 10 12 2010
              Landy, Francis Three Sides of a Coin: In Conversation with Ben Zvi And Nogalski, Two Sides of a Coinshow/hide abstract 10 11 2010
              Andrason, Alexander The Panchronic Yiqtol: Functionally Consistent and Cognitively Plausibleshow/hide abstract 10 10 2010
              Olyan, Saul M. (ed.) In Conversation With Joshua A. Berman, Created Equal: How the Bible Broke With Ancient Political Thought (Oxford University Press, 2008).show/hide abstract 10 9 2010
              Guillaume, Philippe Nehemiah 5: No Economic Crisisshow/hide abstract 10 8 2010
              Hobson, Russell Jeremiah 41 and the Ammonite Allianceshow/hide abstract 10 7 2010
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              Becking, Bob and Marjo C.A. Korpel To Create, to Separate or to Construct: An Alternative for a Recent Proposal as to the Interpretation of ברא in Gen 1:1–2:4ashow/hide abstract 10 3 2010
              Broida, Marian Closure in Samsonshow/hide abstract 10 2 2010
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              Finkelstein, Israel Persian Period Jerusalem and Yehud: A Rejoindershow/hide abstract 9 24 2009
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              Lipschits, Oded Persian Period Finds from Jerusalem: Facts and Interpretationsshow/hide abstract 9 20 2009
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              Becking, Bob God-Talk for a Disillusioned Pilgrim in Psalm 121show/hide abstract 9 15 2009
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              Gilmour, Rachelle Suspense and Anticipation in 1 Samuel 9:1–14show/hide abstract 9 10 2009
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              Dobbs-Allsopp, F. W. Psalm 133: A (Close) Readingshow/hide abstract 8 20 2008
              Assis, Elie The Temple in the Book of Haggaishow/hide abstract 8 19 2008
              Avioz, Michael Saul as a Just Judge in Josephus' Antiquities of the Jewsshow/hide abstract 8 18 2008
              Kline, Moshe “The Editor was Nodding” A Reading of Leviticus 19 in Memory of Mary Douglasshow/hide abstract 8 17 2008
              Jacobs, Jonathan Characterizing Esther from the Outset: The Contribution of the Story in Esther 2:1–20show/hide abstract 8 16 2008
              Römer, Thomas Moses Outside the Torah and the Construction of a Diaspora Identityshow/hide abstract 8 15 2008
              Basser, Herb Did Rashi Notice a Janus Parallelism in Ezek 20:37?show/hide abstract 8 14 2008
              Scatolini Apóstolo, Silvio Sergio Imagining Ezekielshow/hide abstract 8 13 2008
              Wright, David P. Deciphering a Definition: The Syntagmatic Structural Analysis of Ritual in the Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 8 12 2008
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              Olyan, Saul M. Mary Douglas's Holiness/Wholeness Paradigm: Its Potential for Insight and its Limitationsshow/hide abstract 8 10 2008
              Marx, Alfred The Relationship between the Sacrificial Laws and the Other Laws in Leviticus 19show/hide abstract 8 9 2008
              Hendel, Ronald Mary Douglas and Anthropological Modernismshow/hide abstract 8 8 2008
              Hendel, Ronald and Saul M. Olyan Beyond Purity and Danger: Mary Douglas and The Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 8 7 2008
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              Shemesh, Yael Elisha Stories as Saints' Legendsshow/hide abstract 8 5 2008
              Shemesh, Yael Elisha and The Miraculous Jug of Oil(2 Kgs 4:1–7)show/hide abstract 8 4 2008
              Cook, John A. The Vav-Prefixed Verb Forms in Elementary Hebrew Grammarshow/hide abstract 8 3 2008
              Kletter, Raz The Friends of Antiquities (in Heb. נאמני עתיקות): The Story of an Israeli Volunteer Group and Comparative Remarksshow/hide abstract 8 2 2008
              Stein, David E. S. The Noun אִישׁ ('îš) in Biblical Hebrew: A Term of Affiliationshow/hide abstract 8 1 2008
              Guillaume, Philippe A Reconsideration of Manuscripts Classified as Scrolls of the Twelve Minor Prophets (XII)show/hide abstract 7 16 2007
              Guillaume, Philippe The Unlikely Malachi-Jonah Sequence (4QXIIa)show/hide abstract 7 15 2007
              Ben Zvi, Ehud (ed.) Rereading Oracles of God: Twenty Years After John Barton, Oracles of God: Perceptions of Prophecy in Israel after the Exile (London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 1986)show/hide abstract 7 14 2007
              Bodner, Keith Crime Scene Investigation: A Text-Critical Mystery and the Strange Death of Ishboshethshow/hide abstract 7 13 2007
              Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) Revisiting the Composition of Ezra-Nehemiah: In Conversation with Jacob Wright's Rebuilding Identity: The Nehemiah Memoir and its Earliest Readers (BZAW, 348; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2004)show/hide abstract 7 12 2007
              Assis, Elie Composition, Rhetoric and Theology in Haggai 1:1–11show/hide abstract 7 11 2007
              Leuchter, Mark (ed.) Scribes Before and After 587 BCE: A Conversationshow/hide abstract 7 10 2007
              Van Seters, John Author or Redactor?show/hide abstract 7 9 2007
              Pinker, Aron A Goat to Go to Azazelshow/hide abstract 7 8 2007
              Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) Expatriates, Repatriates, and the Question of Zion's Status – In Conversation with Melody D. Knowles, Centrality Practiced: Jerusalem in the Religious Practices of Yehud and the Diaspora in the Persian Period (Atlanta, SBL, 2006).show/hide abstract 7 7 2007
              Boer, Roland Keeping It Literal: The Economy of the Song of Songsshow/hide abstract 7 6 2007
              Sneed, Mark "White Trash” Wisdom: Proverbs 9 Deconstructedshow/hide abstract 7 5 2007
              Noegel, Scott B. “Word Play” in Qohelethshow/hide abstract 7 4 2007
              Fried, Lisbeth S. Did Second Temple High Priests Possess the Urim and Thummim?show/hide abstract 7 3 2007
              Vanderhooft, David (ed.) In Conversation with Oded Lipschits, The Fall and Rise of Jerusalem (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2005)show/hide abstract 7 2 2007
              Henige, David Found But Not Lost: A Skeptical Note on the Document Discovered in the Temple Under Josiahshow/hide abstract 7 1 2007
              Holmstedt, Robert D. Issues in the Linguistic Analysis of a Dead Language, with Particular Reference to Ancient Hebrewshow/hide abstract 6 11 2006
              Wöhrle, Jakob The Formation and Intention of the Haggai-Zechariah Corpusshow/hide abstract 6 10 2006
              Gilders, William K. Why Does Eleazar Sprinkle the Red Cow Blood? Making Sense of a Biblical Ritualshow/hide abstract 6 9 2006
              Pinker, Aron Nahum and the Greek Tradition on Nineveh's Fallshow/hide abstract 6 8 2006
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              Tebes, Juan Manuel “You Shall Not Abhor an Edomite, for He is Your Brother”: The Tradition of Esau and the Edomite Genealogies from an Anthropological Perspectiveshow/hide abstract 6 6 2006
              Benun, Ronald Evil and the Disruption of Order: A Structural Analysis of the Acrostics in the First Book of Psalmsshow/hide abstract 6 5 2006
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              Kim, Yung Suk Lex Talionis in Exod 21:22–25: Its Origin and Contextshow/hide abstract 6 3 2006
              Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) Chronicles and the Chronicler: A Response to I. Kalimi, An Ancient Israelite Historian: Studies in the Chronicler, his Time, Place and Writingshow/hide abstract 6 2 2006
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              Knowles, Melody D. (ed.) New Studies in Chronicles: A Discussion of Two Recently-Published Commentariesshow/hide abstract 5 20 2005
              Assis, Elie “The Hand of a Woman”: Deborah and Yael (Judges 4)show/hide abstract 5 19 2005
              Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) In Conversation with W. M. Schniedewind, How the Bible Became a Book: The Textualization of Ancient Israel (Cambridge, 2003)show/hide abstract 5 18 2005
              Davies, Philip. R. The Origin of Biblical Israelshow/hide abstract 5 17 2005
              Avioz, Michael Could Saul Rule Forever? A New Look at 1 Samuel 13:13–14show/hide abstract 5 16 2005
              Britt, Brian Death, Social Conflict, and the Barley Harvest in the Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 5 15 2005
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              Pinker, Aron On the meaning of קשת נחושהshow/hide abstract 5 12 2005
              Landy, Francis A Rejoinder to A. Brenner, “Regulating ‘Sons’ and ‘Daughters’ in the Torah and in Proverbs: Some Preliminary Insights”show/hide abstract 5 11 2005
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              Schniedewind, William M. Prolegomena for the Sociolinguistics of Classical Hebrewshow/hide abstract 5 6 2004
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              Najm, S. & Ph. Guillaume Jubilee Calendar Rescued from The Flood Narrativeshow/hide abstract 5 1 2004
              Malul, Meir Ledabbēr baššelî (2 Sam. 3:27) "to Talk Peace”show/hide abstract 4 8 2002
              Pinker, Aron Upon an Attack in Nahum 2:2show/hide abstract 4 7 2002
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              Heard, R. Christopher Echoes of Genesis in 1 Chronicles 4:9–10: An Intertextual and Contextual Reading of Jabez's Prayershow/hide abstract 4 2 2002
              Lipschits, Oded “Jehoiakim Slept with His Fathers…” - Did He?show/hide abstract 4 1 2002
              Boda, Mark J. Oil, Crowns and Thrones: Prophet, Priest and Kingin Zechariah 1:7–6:15show/hide abstract 3 10 2001
              Cohn Eskenazi, Tamara Nehemiah 9–10: Structure and Significanceshow/hide abstract 3 9 2001
              Scatolini, Silvio Sergio Delimiting the Countours of Israel in Ezek 12:21–15 and 12:26–28show/hide abstract 3 8 2001
              Huddlestun, John R. Unveiling the Versions: The Tactics of Tamar in Genesis 38:15show/hide abstract 3 7 2001
              de Caën, Vincent Hebrew Linguistics and Biblical Criticism: A Minimalist Programmeshow/hide abstract 3 6 2001
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              Knoppers, Gary N. “Great Among His Brothers,” but Who is He? Heterogeneity in the Composition of Judah?show/hide abstract 3 4 2000
              Jenkins, Allan K. Erasmus' Commentary on Psalm 2show/hide abstract 3 3 2000
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              Landy, Francis Leviticus, Deconstruction and the Bodyshow/hide abstract 2 5 1999
              Bergen, David A. Bakhtin Revisits Deuteronomy: Narrative Theory and the Dialogical Event of Deut 31:2 and 34:7show/hide abstract 2 4 1999
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              Editors: David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel, Orit Peleg-Barkat 
              CONTENTS
              6 Editorial Introduction (Hebrew)
              David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel, Orit Peleg-Barkat 
              8 Archaeology and Conservation in Jerusalem Region – 2008-2009 (Hebrew)
               Jon Seligman
              AT THE FOOT OF THE TEMPLE MOUNT
              19 The Relations Between the Eastern Cardo of Jerusalem and the 10th Roman Legion, in Light of the Western Wall Plaza Excavations (Hebrew)
              Shlomit Weksler-Bdolah
              28 A Peristyle Building from the Roman Period in the City of David (Hebrew)
              Doron Ben Ami and Yana Tchekhanovets
              37 Johns’ Excavation of the Paved Road up the Tyropeon Valley in Jerusalem (Hebrew) 
              Ronny Reich and Eli Shukron
              THE TOMB OF DAVID ON MOUNT ZION
              49 “The Place Where the Lord’s Ark of the Covenant Used to be Until the House was Built”: A History of Local Tradition (Hebrew)
              Elchanan Reiner
              57 The Conservation and restoration Project of the Tomb of David’s Compound: Processes, Planning and finds (Hebrew)
              Shahar Puni
              67 In the Outskirts of the Magical Forest- The Painted Tiles of King David’s Tomb (Hebrew)
              Nirit Shalev-Khalifa
              74 The Tomb of David: 1948-1967 (Hebrew)
              Doron Bar
              RECENT EXCAVATIONS AND IN THE JERUSALEM
              81 Settlements from the Intermediate and Middle Bronze Ages at Ras El-Amud (Hebrew)
              Ron Be’eri and Irina Zilbebod
              94 Water Supply to the Upper City Of Jerusalem During the First And Second Temple Periods in Light of the Mamilla Excavations (Hebrew)
              David Amit
              STUDIES AND DISCOVERIES
              111         The Khirbet Qeiyafa Ostracon (Hebrew)                                                                                         Hagai Misgav, Yosef Garfinkel and Saar Ganor
              124         The Khirbet Qeiyafa Inscription- Respond A (Hebrew)                                                                   Hagai Misgav, Yosef Garfinkel and Saar Ganor          
              126         The Enigmatic Inscription from Khirbet Qeiyafa- Respond B (Hebrew)                                        Aaron Demsky
              130         The Khirbet Qeiyafa Inscription- Respond C (Hebrew)                                                                  Shmuel Ah’ituv
              133         Rural Monasticism at the Foothills of Southern Samaria and Judaea in the Byzantine Period (Hebrew)                                                                                                                                                                                                Itamar Taxel
              140         The Church at Khûrbat Deiry (Nes Harim) and its Surrounding (Hebrew)                                       Daniel Ein-Mor
              5*            The Northwestern Corner of Jerusalem’s Old City Wall Medieval Archaeology                                               and  Modern History                                                                                                                                Gerald Finkielsztejn, Annette Nagar, Ya’akov Billig 
              10*          Monasteries in Jerusalem Area in Light of the Literary Sources                                                      Lea Di Segni
              Collected Papers Volume IV, 2010
              Editors: David Amit, Orit Peleg-Barkat and Guy D. Stiebel
              CONTENTS
              5 Editorial Introduction (Hebrew) David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel, Orit Peleg-Barkat and Doron Ben-Ami
              10 Archaeology and Conservation in Jerusalem Region – 2009-2010 (Hebrew) David Amit and Jon Seligman
              22 The Involvement of the Israel Antiquities Authority in the Master Plan of Jerusalem’s Old City (Hebrew) Ram Shoef
              NEW STUDIES IN THE PREHISTORY OF THE JERUSALEM REGION

              31 Prehistoric Artifacts from Emeq Rephaim (Area C) (Hebrew) Omry Barzilai, Nuha Aga and Onn Crouvi
              40 Marked in Stone” –
              A Pre-Pottery Neolithic A Quarry Site at Kaizer Hill, Modi’in (Hebrew)
              Leore Grosman and Naama Goren-Inbar
              *7 Pre-Ghassulian and Ghassulian in Jerusalem and its Vicinity Ianir Milevski, Anna Eirikh-Rose, Uzi A͑ d, Omry Barzilai, Zvi Greenhut and Ofer Marder
              *24 Beqo’a – A New Proto-Historic Site in the Judean Foothils Amir Golani
              EXCAVATIONS AND STUDIES INTRAMURAL AND EXTRAMURAL
              53 The Ceramic Assemblage from the Rock Cut Pool beside the Giḥon Spring (Hebrew)
              Alon De Groot and Atalya Fadida
              61 Ophel Excavations 2009-2010 (Hebrew)
              Eilat Mazar
              67 The Extent of Jerusalem during the Iran Age IIA (Hebrew)
              Doron Ben-Ami and Yana Tchekhanovets
              74 The “Burnt House” in Light of the Publication of the Final Report (Hebrew)
              Hillel Geva
              *32 New Excavations on Mount Zion in Jerusalem and an Inscribed Stone Cup/Mug from the Second Temple Period Shimon Gibson
              *44 The Mount Zion Inscribed Stone Cup: Preliminary Observations Stephen Pfann
              84 Wilson’s Arch in Light of Recent Excavations and Past Studies (Hebrew) Alexander Onn and Shlomit Weksler-Bdolah
              101 New Discoveries Interior to the Jaffa Gate (Hebrew) Ofer Sion and Shahar Puni
              119 Excavations in the Crown Plaza Hotel (Binyanei Ha’uma) (Hebrew) Danit Levi and Ron Beeri
              130 Inscribed and Stamped Ring Stands from the Pottery Workshopat Binyanei Ha’uma (Hebrew) David Amit
              141 A Crusader Wall Painting from the Abbey of the Virgin Maryin the Valley of Jehoshaphat, Jerusalem (Hebrew) Jon Seligman
              EXCAVATIONS AND STUDIES IN THE JUDAEAN FOOT HILLS
              161 By the Way – Khirbet Qeiyafa in the Classical and Late Periods (Hebrew)
              Guy D. Stiebel
              170 Horvat Beit Loya – A Jewish Village from the Late Second Temple Period in the Judaean Foothills (Hebrew)
              Oren Gutfeld and Ya’akov Kalman
              180 Horvat el-Kikh – A Jewish Settlement from the Second Temple Period at
              Ramat Bet Shemesh (Hebrew)
              Elena Kogan-Zehavi
              186 De profundis– Georgian Anchorets in Horvat Burgin (Hebrew) Yana Tchekhanovets
              Collected Papers Volume V, 2011
              Editors: David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel and Orit Peleg-Barkat
              CONTENTS
              7 Editorial Introduction (Hebrew) David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel and Orit Peleg-Barkat
              9 Excavations in the Jerusalem Region, 2010-2011 (Hebrew) David Amit
              THE TEMPLE MOUNT – NEW STUDIES
              17 Four Stages of Development of the Temple Mount (Hebrew) Joseph Patrich and Marcus Edelcopp
              38 The Royal Stoa of the Herodian Temple Mount: A Proposed Reconstruction (Hebrew) Orit Peleg-Barkat
              52 Two Fatimid Inscriptions from the el-Aqsa Mosque: A New Reading (Hebrew) Omar Abed Rabbo
              CULT IN JERUSALEM
              67 A Cultic Structure of the Middle Bronze IIB-C Period in Nahal Refa’aim (Walajeh) (Hebrew) Daniel Ein Mor
              78 An Assemblage of Rooms and Rock-cut Installations of the Iron II Period from the City of David (Hebrew) Yana Tchekhanovets
              96 Miniature Icons box from the Giv’ati Parking lot excavations (Hebrew) Omar Abed Rabbo
              104 The Nea Church of St. Mary Theotokos: An Architectural Discussion (Hebrew) Oren Gutfeld
              JERUSALEM IN THE MUSLIM PERIOD
              121 A Reconsideration of Settlement Around Jerusalem at the End of the Byzantine Period and in the Early Muslim Period (Hebrew) Zubair ‘Adawi
              142 The “Southern Hammam” and Khan Tankaz – Which was First? (Hebrew) Harve H. Barbé and Taufik Deadle
              158 New Discoveries in Madrasat el-Baladiyeh near the Gate of the Chain (Hebrew) Yuval Baruch, Shachar Poni and Neria Sapir
              The Coins of Jerusalem and its Environs
              169 The Earliest Coin of Judea (Hebrew) Haim Gitler
              179 Power and Rule – Jerusalem Coins of Alexander Jannaeus (Hebrew) Guy D. Stiebel
              *7 A First Century CE Mint South of Jerusalem? Archaeological Context  Fanny Vitto
              *16 A First Century CE Mint South of Jerusalem? Numismatic Evidence Donald T. Ariel
              NEW STUDIES OF JERUSALEM AND ITS REGION
              *24 Excavations of Saint John Prodomos, Jerusalem Jean-Baptist Humbert
              185 A Monument (Nympheon?) and Other Remains from the Second Temple Period West of the Temple MountThe Excavations of the Giant Causeway 2010-2011 (Hebrew) Alexander Onn and Shlomit Weksler-Bdolah
              200 Excavations at Horvat Midras in the Judaean Shephelah 2010-2011: Preliminary Report (Hebrew) mir Ganor, Alon Klein, Rina Avner and Boaz Zissu
              Collected Papers Volume VI, 2012
              Editors: David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel, Orit Peleg-Barkat and Doron Ben-Ami
              CONTENTS
              7 Editorial Introduction (Hebrew) David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel, Orit Peleg-Barkat and Doron Ben-Ami
              9 Excavations in Jerusalem and its Region, 2011−2012 (Hebrew) Doron Ben-Ami
              25 Preservation and Development Works Conducted during 2012 in the City of David, the Ophel and along the Tyropoeon Valley (Hebrew) Shahar Puni
              JERUSALEM AND THE JUDAEAN FOOTHILLS: THE EARLY PERIOD

              35 A Settlement and a Cemetery from the Intermediate Bronze Age in Ramat Bet Shemesh (Hebrew)
              Yitzhak Paz
              7* A Settlement from the Intermediate Bronze Age – Middle Bronze II in Newe Shalom
              Dan Benjamin Storchan
              50 Cult in Khirbet Qeiyafa from the Iron Age IIa – Cult Rooms and Shrine Models (Hebrew)
              Yosef Garfinkel and Saar Ganor
              66 Remarks on the Archaeology of Jerusalem in the Persian Period (Hebrew) Hillel Geva
              NEW STUDIES IN EPIGRAPHY AND GLYPTICS
              83 Assur in Jerusalem – New Glyptic Evidence of the Assyrian Influence on Jerusalem (Hebrew)
              Ariel Winderbaum
              105 The Seal Found near the Western Wall – A Suggestion for Its Meaning and Use (Hebrew)
              Shlomo Naeh
              110 A Graffito Bearing the Name of Trajan in a Cave at Kh. ʾArâk Hâla North of Bet Guvrin (Hebrew)
              Boaz Zissu, Boaz Langford, Avner Ecker and Esther Eshel
              JERUSALEM AFTER THE ISLAMIC CONQUEST: NEW DISCOVERIES
              125 Manufacture of Bone Items from the Early Islamic Period in Givati Parking Lot Excavations (Hebrew)
              Ariel Shatil
              136 New Discoveries in the Via Dolorosa – Excavations and a Survey in the Austrian Hospice and at the Vicinity of the “Ecce Homo” Arch (Hebrew)
              Shua Kisilevitz and Roie Greenwald
              149 The Market Street of Crusader Jerusalem in Light of a Recent Archaeological Excavation (Hebrew)
              Yechiel Zelinger and Michael Ehrlich
              161 Antique Maps of Jerusalem as Sources for its History: Methodological Lessons (Hebrew)
              Rehav (Buni) Rubin
              NEW FINDS AT HERODIUM
              181 New Findings at Herodium by the Ehud Netzer’s Expedition (Hebrew) Yakov Kalman, Rachel Chachy, Oren Gutfeld and Roi Porat
              194 Herod’s Workers: The Graffiti Evidence from the Area of the Theaterat Herodium – The Greek and Latin Inscriptions (Hebrew)
              Avner Ecker
              199 Herod’s Workers: The Graffiti Evidence from the Area of the Theater at Herodium – The Aramaic Inscription (Hebrew)
              Esther Eshel
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