Artefacts: Faunal Remains

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Article in Journal or Book C. Caton-Thompson, "The Camel in Dynastic Egypt," Mari 34/24 (1934).
Article in Journal or Book A Tribute to Gleason ArcherJohn J. Davis, "The Camel in Biblical Narratives," Walter C. Kaiser & Ronald F. Youngblood., eds., A Tribute to Gleason Archer. Chicago: Moody Press, 1986.. Hbk. ISBN:-13: 978-0802487803. pp.141-152..
On-line Resource Martin Heide, "The Domestication of the Camel: Biological, Archaeological and Inscriptional Evidence from Mesopotamia, Egypt, Israel and Arabia, and Literary Evidence from the Hebrew Bible," Ugarit Forschungen 42 (2010), Münster: Ugarit-Verlag 2011, 331–384.
Article in Journal or Book Michael M. Ripinsky, "The Camel in Archaeology of North Africa and the Nile Valley," Popular Archaeology 3.6-7 (1974).
Article in Journal or Book Michael M. Ripinsky, "Camel Ancestry and Domestication in Egypt and the Sahara," Archaeology 36.3 (1983).
Article in Journal or Book Paula Wapnish, Brian Hesse & Anne Ogilvy, "1974 Collection of Faunal Remains From Tell Dan," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research no 227 (Oct. 1977): 35-62.

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