The Tribute of Jehu as Represented on the Black Obelisk, [Driver (1909), facing p.17.] The following public domain Schweich Lectures are now available on-line in PDF: S R Driver [1846-1914], Modern Research as illustrating the Bible. The Schweich Lectures 1908. London: Oxford University Press, 1909. Hbk. pp. 95. George Adam Smith [1856-1942], The Early Poetry…
The following Schwiech Lectures are now available on-line in PDF: T. Eric Peet [1882-1934], A Comparative Study of the Literatures of Egypt, Palestine, and Mesopotamia: Egypt’s Contribution to the Literature of the Ancient World. The Schweich Lectures 1929. London: Oxford University Press, 1931. Hbk. 136. Click <<HERE>> to visit the download page.
The following Schweich Lectures are now available on-line in PDF: A E Cowley [1861-1931], The Hittites. The Schweich Lectures for 1918. London: Oxford University Press, 1920. Hbk. pp.94. Click <<HERE>> for the link.
The following public domain book is now available on-line as a PDF. J.W. Jack, [1866-1942], Samaria in Ahab’s Time: Harvard Excavations and Their Results. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1929. Hbk. pp.175. [This material is in the Public Domain] Click <<HERE>> for the download link.
The following article is now on-line in PDF: Alan D. Crown, “Samaritan diaspora to the end of the Byzantine era,” Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 2.3 (1974-75): 107-123. Click here to read.
The following public domain title from the Schweich Lectures series is now available on-line in PDF: D.S. Margoliouth [1858-1940], The Relations between Arabs and Israelites prior to the Rise of Islam. The Schweich Lectures 1921. London: Oxford University Press, 1924. Hbk. pp.87. Click <<HERE>> for the download link. More Schweich Lectures can be found HERE.