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Article in Journal or Book Yohanan Aharoni, "The land of Amqi," Israel Exploration Journal 3.3 (1953): 153-161.
Article in Journal or Book William Foxwell Albright & William L. Moran, "Rib-Adda of Byblos and the affairs of Tyre (EA 89)," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 4.3 (1950): 163-168.
Article in Journal or Book Cyril Aldred, "El-Amarna," Excavating in Egypt. London: British Museum Publications, 1982. pp.89-106.
Article in Journal or Book Amnon Altman, "The revolutions in Byblos and Amurru during the Amarna period and their social background," Bar-Ilan studies in history. Ramat-Gan, Israel: Bar-Ilan University Press, 1978. pp.3-24.
Article in Journal or Book Pinhas Artzi, "Some unrecognized Syrian Amarna Letters," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 27.3 (July 1968): 163-171.
Article in Journal or Book P. Artzi, "First stage in the rise of the Middle-Assyrian Empire: EA 15," W.F. Albright volume. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Exploration Society, 1969. pp.22-28, 134.
Article in Journal or Book Pinhas Artzi, "The rise of the Middle-Assyrian kingdom according to El-Amarna Letters 15 and 16," Bar-Ilan Studies in History. Ramat-Gan, Israel: Bar-Ilan University Press, 1978. pp.25-41.
Article in Journal or Book Pinhas Artzi, "Observations on the "library" of the Amarna archives," Cuneiform Archives And Libraries. Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, 1986. pp.210-212.
Article in Journal or Book Pinhas Artzi, "The present state of the Amarna documents," Proceedings of the 9th World Congress of Jewish Studies. Jerusalem: Magnes Pr, 1988. pp.3-16.
Article in Journal or Book Pinhas Artzi, "EA 43, an (almost) forgotten Amarna letter," Kinattutu sa darâti. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv Univ, 1993. pp.7-10.
Article in Journal or Book Pinhas Artzi, "Rationality in ancient Near Eastern international relations in the "extended age of the Amarna archive," ca. 1460-1200 B.C.E.: the force of temu 'mind'," Sefer Moshe. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2004. pp.339-350.
Article in Journal or Book Michael C. Astour, "Amarna age forerunners of Biblical anti-royalism," For Max Weinreich on his Seventieth Birthday; Studies in Jewish Language, Literature and Society. The Hague: Mouton, 1964. Hbk. ISBN-13: 978-0686224303. pp.6-17, 286. {Amazon.com}
Article in Journal or Book Yitzhak Avishur, "Word pairs common to Phoenician and biblical Hebrew," Ugarit-Forschungen 7 (1975): 13-47.
Article in Journal or Book Michael L. Barré, "A cuneiform parallel to Ps 86:16-17 and Mic 7:16-17," Journal of Biblical Literature 101 (June 1982): 271-275.
On-line Resource George A. Barton, “Some problems in ancient Palestinian topography,” Journal of Biblical Literature 29.1 (1909): 26-35.View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
Article in Journal or Book George A. Barton, "The Habiri of the El-Amarna tablets and the Hebrew conquest of Palestine," Journal of Biblical Literature 48.3-4 (1929): 144-148.
Article in Journal or Book Gary Beckman, "Mesopotamians and Mesopotamian learning at Hattusa," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 35.1-2 (Jan.-April 1983): 97-114.
Article in Journal or Book Piotr Bienkowski, "The role of Hazor in the Late Bronze Age," Palestine Exploration Quarterly 119 (Jan.-June 1987): 50-61.
Article in Journal or Book Piotr Bienkowski, "Prosperity and decline in LBA Canaan: a reply to Liebowitz and Knapp," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research no 275 (August 1989): 59-62.
Article in Journal or Book Daniel Bodi, "Outraging the resident-alien: King David, Uriah the Hittite, and an El-Amarna parallel," Ugarit-Forschungen 35 (2003): 29-56.
Article in Journal or Book Roland G. Bonnel, "The ethics of El-Amarna," Studies in Egyptology Presented to Miriam Lichtheim, vol 1. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1990. pp.71-97.
Article in Journal or Book F.F. Bruce, "Tell el-Amarna," D. Winton Thomas, ed., Archaeology and Old Testament Study. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1967. pp.3-20.
Article in Journal or Book Betsy Morrell Bryan, "Art, empire, and the end of the Late Bronze Age," Study of the ancient Near East in the twenty-first century. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1996. pp.33-79.
Article in Journal or Book Edward F. Campbell, Jr., "Amarna letters and the Amarna period," Biblical Archaeologist 23 (Feb. 1960): 2-22.
Article in Journal or Book Edward F. Campbell, Jr., "Two Amarna notes: the Shechem city-state and Amarna administrative terminology," Magnalia dei. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co, 1976. pp.39-54.
Article in Journal or Book Marvin L. Chaney, "Ancient Palestinian peasant movements and the formation of premonarchic Israel," Palestine in transition. Sheffield: Almond Press, 1983. pp.39-90.
Article in Journal or Book George W. Coats, "Self-abasement and insult formulas," Journal of Biblical Literature 89 (March 1970): 14-26.
Article in Journal or Book Zipora Cochavi-Rainey, "Tenses and modes in cuneiform texts written by Egyptian scribes in the Late Bronze Age," Ugarit-Forschungen 22 (1991): 5-23.
Article in Journal or Book Zipora Cochavi-Rainey, "The style and syntax of EA 1," Ugarit-Forschungen 25 1994, p 75-84.
Article in Journal or Book Eva Von Dassow, "What the Canaanite cuneiformists wrote: review article," Israel Exploration Journal 53.2 (2003): 196-217.
Article in Journal or Book Claire Epstein, "The cities of the land of Garu-Geshur mentioned in EA 256 reconsidered," Studies in the archaeology and history of ancient Israel in honour of Moshe Dothan. Haifa, Israel: Haifa University Press, 1993. pp.83-90.
On-line Resource William W. Everts, “The Bible and the Amarna Documents,” Review & Expositor 15.3 (July 1918): 311-318. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
Article in Journal or Book Jacob J. Finkelstein, "Three Amarna notes," W F Albright volume. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Exploration Society, 1969. pp.33-34.
Article in Journal or Book José M. Galán, "EA 164 and the god Amun," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 51 (Oct. 1992): 287-291.
Article in Journal or Book José M. Galán, "What is he, the dog," Ugarit-Forschungen 25 (1994): 173-180.
Article in Journal or Book Stanley Gevirtz, "On Canaanite rhetoric: the evidence of the Amarna letters from Tyre," Orientalia ns 42.1-2 (1973): 162-177.
Article in Journal or Book Agustinus Gianto, "Subject Fronting in the Jerusalem Amarna Letters," Orientalia ns 63.3 (1994): 209-223.
Article in Journal or Book Barry M. Gittlen, "The Murder of the Merchants Near Akko," Ann Kort & Scott Morsxhaiser, eds., Biblical and Related Studies Presented to Samuel Iwry. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1985. Hbk. ISBN-13: 978-0931464232. pp.63-72. {Amazon.com}
Article in Journal or Book Yuval Goren, Israel Finkelstein & Nadav Naaman, "Petrographic investigations of the Amarna tablets," Near Eastern Archaeology 65.3 (Sept. 2002): 196-205.
Article in Journal or Book Yuval Goren, Israel Finkelstein & Nadav Naaman, "The expansion of the kingdom of Amurru according to the petrographic investigation of the Amarna tablets," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research no 329 (Feb. 2003): 1-11.
Article in Journal or Book Mary P. Gray, "The Habiru-Hebrew problem in the light of the source material available at present," Hebrew Union College Annual 29 (1958): 135-202.
Article in Journal or Book Palestine in TransitionJohn M. Halligan, "The Role of the Peasant in the Amarna Period," David Noel Freedman & David Frank Graf, eds., Palestine in Transition: Emergence of Ancient Israel (The social world of Biblical antiquity). Sheffield: Almond Press, 1983. Hbk. ISBN-13: 978-0907459323 . pp.15-24. {Amazon.com}
Article in Journal or Book Richard S. Hess, "Divine names in the Amarna texts," Ugarit-Forschungen 18 (1986): 149-168.
Article in Journal or Book Richard S. Hess, "Hebrew Psalms and Amarna correspondence from Jerusalem: some comparisons and implications," Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 101.2 (1989): 249-265.
Article in Journal or Book Richard S. Hess, "Cultural aspects of onomastic distribution in the Amarna texts," Ugarit-Forschungen 21 (1990): 209-216.
Article in Journal or Book Richard S. Hess, "Rhetorical forms in EA 162," Ugarit-Forschungen 22 (1991): 137-148.
Article in Journal or Book Richard S. Hess, "The divine name Yahweh in Late Bronze Age sources," Ugarit-Forschungen 23 (1992): 181-188.
Article in Journal or Book Richard S. Hess, "Smitten ants bite back: rhetorical forms in the Amarna correspondence from Shechem," Verse in ancient Near Eastern prose. Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag; Kevelaer: Verlag Butzon & Bercker, 1993. pp.95-111.
Article in Journal or Book Richard S. Hess, "Rhetorical forms in Joshua 10:4," 'Und Mose schrieb dieses Lied auf'. Münster: Ugarit-Verlag, 1998. pp.363-367.
Article in Journal or Book Richard S. Hess, "The Mayarzana correspondence: rhetoric and conquest accounts," Ugarit-Forschungen 30 (1998): 335-351.
Article in Journal or Book Carolyn R. Higginbothom, "The Egyptianizing of Canaan: How Iron-Fisted Was Pharaonic Rule in the City-States of Syria-Palestine?" Biblical Archaeology Review 24 (May-June 1998): 36-43, 69.
Article in Journal or Book John Huehnergard, "Northwest Semitic vocabulary in Akkadian texts," Journal of the American Oriental Society 107 (Oct.-Dec. 1987): 713-725.
Article in Journal or Book John Huehnergard, "A Grammer of Amarna Canaanite," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research no 310 (May 1998): 59-77.
Article in Journal or Book Shlomo Izre'el, "Some thoughts on the Amarna version of Adapa," Mesopotamie et Elam. Ghent, Belgium: University of Ghent, 1991. pp.211-220.
Article in Journal or Book Shlomo Izre'el, "See red: reflections on the Amarna recension of Adapa," Semitic Studies in Honor of Wolf Leslau on the Occasion of his Eighty-Fifth Birthday. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1991. pp.746-771.
Article in Journal or Book Shlomo Izre'el, "The Amarna letters from Canaan," Civilizations of the Ancient Near East, vol 4. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1995. pp.2411-2419.
Article in Journal or Book Shlomo Izre'el, "The Amarna glosses: who wrote what for whom? Some Sociolinguistic Considerations," Israel Oriental Studies, vol 15. Leiden: E J Brill, 1995. pp.101-122.
On-line Resource Morris Jastrow, “Egypt and Palestine, 1400 B.C,” Journal of Biblical Literature 11.1 (1892): 95-124.View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
On-line Resource Morris Jastrow, “‘The men of Judah’ in the El-Amarna tablets,” Journal of Biblical Literature 12.1 (1893): 61-72.View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
Article in Journal or Book Z. Kallai & Hayim Tadmor, "Bit Ninurta"Beth Horon--on the history of the kingdom of Jerusalem in the Amarna period," W.F. Albright volume. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Exploration Society, 1969. pp.138-147, 138.
Article in Journal or Book H. Jacob Katzenstein, "Some reflections concerning el-Amarna 296," Proceedings of the 9th World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, Aug 1985. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1986. pp.5-12.
Article in Journal or Book F. Brent Knutson, "Cuneiform letters and social conventions," Semeia no 22 (1981): 15-23.
Article in Journal or Book A.L. Kristensen, "Ugaritic epistolary formulas," Ugarit-Forschungen 9 (1977): 143-158.
Article in Journal or Book Thomas Oden Lambdin, "The Misi-people of the Byblian Amarna letters," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 7.3 (1953): 75-77.
Article in Journal or Book Niels Peter Lemche, "Greater Canaan: The Implications of a Correct Reading of EA 151:49-67," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research no 310 (May 1998): 19-24.
Article in Journal or Book Julius Lewy, "The Sulman temple in Jerusalem," Journal of Biblical Literature 59.4 (1940): 519-522.
Article in Journal or Book David Marcus, "A famous analogy of Rib-Haddi," Gaster Festschrift. New York: Ancient Near Eastern Society, 1974. pp.281-286.
Article in Journal or Book Victor H. Matthews, "El-Amarna texts," Near Eastern Archaeology. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2003. pp.357-359.
Article in Journal or Book Benjamin Mazar, "A century of El-Amarna research - opening remarks," Proceedings of the 9th World Congress of Jewish Studies. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1988. pp.1-2.
Article in Journal or Book Tryggve N.D. Mettinger, "Amarna letter no. 84: Damu, Adonis, and "the living god" at Byblos," Sefer Moshe. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2004. pp.361-371.
Article in Journal or Book Alan R. Millard, "Letter from the Ruler of Gezer," Palestine Exploration Quarterly 97 (July-Dec. 1965): 140-143.
On-line Resource Patrick W. Miller, "The Bible and the Last Half-Century of Archaeology," The Evangelical Quarterly 24.1.(Jan. 1952): 14-23.View in PDF format pdf [All reasonable efforts have been made to contact the copyright holder of this article without success. If you hold the rights, please contact me]
On-line Resource Michael S. Moore, "Big dreams and broken promises: Solomon's treaty with Hiram in its international context," Bulletin for Biblical Research 14.2 (2004): 205-221.View in PDF format pdf
Article in Journal or Book William L. Moran, "Use of the Canaanite infinite absolute as a finite verb in the Amarna letters from Byblos," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 4.3 (1950): 169-172.
Article in Journal or Book William L. Moran, "An unexplained passage in an Amarna letter from Byblos," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 8.2 (April 1949): 124-125.
Article in Journal or Book William L. Moran, "Amarna Summa in Main Clauses," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 7.3 (1953): 78-80.
Article in Journal or Book William L. Moran, "Death of 'abdi-asirta," W.F. Albright volume. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Exploration Society, 1969. pp.94-99.
Article in Journal or Book William L. Moran, "The Syrian scribe of the Jerusalem Amarna letters," Unity and diversity. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975. pp.146-166.
Article in Journal or Book William L. Moran, "Additions to the Amarna lexicon," Orientalia ns 53.2 (1984): 297-302. J.J.M. Roberts, "The ancient Near Eastern environment," Hebrew Bible and its Modern Interpreters. Philadelphia, PA: Fortress Press, 1985. pp.75-121.
Article in Journal or Book William L. Moran, "Rib-Hadda: Job at Byblos?" Ann Kort & Scott Morsxhaiser, eds., Biblical and Related Studies Presented to Samuel Iwry. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1985. Hbk. ISBN-13: 978-0931464232. pp.173-181. {Amazon.com}
Article in Journal or Book William L. Moran, "Join the Apiru or become one," Working With No Data. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1987. pp.209-212.
Article in Journal or Book William L. Moran, "Some reflections on Amarna politics," Solving Riddles and Untying Knots. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1995. pp.559-572.
Article in Journal or Book The Amarna LettersWilliam L. Moran, editor. The Amarna Letters. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000. Pbk. ISBN: 0801867150. pp.393. {Amazon.com}
Article in Journal or Book Nadav Naaman, "The Origin and Historical Background of Several Amarna Letters," Ugarit-Forschungen 11 (1980): 673-684.
Article in Journal or Book Nadav Naaman, "Economic aspects of the Egyptian occupation of Canaan," Israel Exploration Journal 31.3-4 (1981): 172-185.
Article in Journal or Book Nadav Naaman, "Historical-geographical aspects of the Amarna tablets," Proceedings of the 9th World Congress of Jewish Studies. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1988. pp.17-26.
Article in Journal or Book Nadav Naaman, "Praises to the Pharaoh in response to his plans for a campaign to Canaan," Lingering Over Words. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1990. pp.397-405.
Article in Journal or Book Nadav Naaman, "On gods and scribal traditions in the Amarna letters," Ugarit-Forschungen 22 (1991): 247-255.
Article in Journal or Book Nadav Naaman, "Canaanite Jerusalem and its central hill country neighbours in the second millennium BCE," Ugarit-Forschungen 24 (1993): 275-291.
Article in Journal or Book Nadav Naaman, "The Contribution of the Amarna Letters to the Debate on Jerusalem's Political Position in the Tenth Century BCE," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research no 304 (Nov. 1996): 17-27.
Article in Journal or Book Nadav Naaman, "On two tablets from Kamid el-Loz," Ancient Near Eastern Studies 42 (2005): 312-317.
Article in Journal or Book Murray L. Newman, "Rahab and the conquest," Understanding the Word. Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1985. pp.167-181.
Article in Journal or Book Julian Obermann, "Does Amarna bear on Karatepe," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 5.2 (1951): 58-61.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "Asiru and asiru in Ugarit and the land of Canaan," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 26.4 (Oct. 1967): 296-301.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "Verbal forms with infixed -t- in the West Semitic El-Amarna letters," Israel Oriental Studies, vol 1. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv Univ, 1971. pp.86-102.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "Reflections on the suffix conjugation in west semitized amarna tablets: Reflections on the battle of Qedesh," Ugarit-Forschungen 5 (1973): 235-262, 280-282.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "El-Amärna notes," Ugarit-Forschungen 6 (1974): 295-312.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "Morphology and the prefix-tenses of west Semitized El-Amarna Tablets: The prince and the pauper," Ugarit-Forschungen 7 (1975): 395-432.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "The Barth-Ginsberg law in the Amarna tablets," H.L. Ginsberg volume. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1978. pp.8-13.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "The scatterbrained scribe," Studies in Bible and ancient Near East. Jerusalem: E Rubinstein's Publishing House, 1978. pp.141-150.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "The ancient Hebrew prefix conjugation in the light of Amarnah Canaanite," Hebrew Studies 27.1 (1986): 4-19.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "The prefix conjugation patterns of early Northwest Semitic," Lingering over words. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1990. pp.407-420.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "Is There Really a yaqtula Conjugation Pattern in the Canaanite Amarna Tablets," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 43-45 (1991-1993): 107-117.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "Inuma clauses in the Amarna letters from Canaan," Israel Oriental studies, vol 12. Leiden: E J Brill, 1992. pp.177-191.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "The use of the precative by Canaanite scribes in the Amarna letters," Mesopotamia - Ugaritica - Biblica. Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1993. pp.331-341.
Book or monograph Anson F. Rainey, Canaanite in the Amarna Tablets: A Linguistic Analysis of the Mixed Dialect Used by Scribes from Canaan. Handbook of Oriental Studies. Leiden: Brill, 1995. Hbk. ISBN: 9004105034. pp.204. {Amazon.com}
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "Unruly elements in Late Bronze Canaanite society," Pomegranates and Golden Bells. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1995. pp.481-496.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "Topic and comment in the Amarna texts from Canaan," Ki Baruch hu. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1999. pp.63-87.
Article in Journal or Book Anson F. Rainey, "Publish it not as Gath," Israel Exploration Journal 54.1 (2004): 100-104.
On-line Resource George Andrew Reisner, "The Habiri in the El Amarna tablets,” Journal of Biblical Literature 16 (1897): 143-145.View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
Article in Journal or Book James F. Ross, "Gezer in the Tell el-Amarna letters," Biblical Archaeologist 30 (May 1967): 62-70.
Article in Journal or Book Harold Henry Rowley, "Habiru and Hebrews," Palestine Exploration Quarterly 74 (Jan.-April 1942): 41-53.
Article in Journal or Book Michael W. Several, "Reconsidering the Egyptian empire in Palestine during the Amarna period," Palestine Exploration Quarterly 104 (July-Dec. 1972): 123-133.
Article in Journal or Book Hershel Shanks, "Tell el-Amarna conference grueling but stimulating," Biblical Archaeology Review 13.3 (May-June 1987): 60-62.
Article in Journal or Book Nili Shupak & Helmut Pitsch, "Finds from the Amarna Period at the Hecht Museum," Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica 31 (2000-2005): 45-67.
On-line Resource A.H. Sayce, Prof. of Assyriology, Oxford, "Annual Address: Cuneiform Inscriptions of Tel el Amarna," Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute 24 (1890/91): 12-32.View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
Article in Journal or Book Margarete Laura Steiner, "It's Not There: Archaeology Proves a Negative," Biblical Archaeology Review 24 (July-Aug. 1998): 26-33, 62-63.
Article in Journal or Book Anna Stevens, "The Amarna royal women as images of fertility: perspectives on a royal cult," Journal of ancient Near Eastern Religions 4 (2004): 107-127.
Article in Journal or Book Vincent A. Tobin, "Amarna and Biblical Religion," Pharaonic Egypt. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1985. pp.231-277.
Article in Journal or Book Lawrence E. Toombs, "Schechem: problems of the early Israelite era," Symposia celebrating the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the American Schools of Oriental Research (1900-1975). Cambridge, MA:ASOR, 1979. pp.69-83.
Article in Journal or Book Shmuel Vargon, "El-Amarna mu'rast and biblical Moreshet," Bar-Ilan Studies in Assyriology Dedicated to Pinhas Artzi. Ramat Gan, Israel: Bar-Ilan University Press, 1990. pp.207-212.
Article in Journal or Book Marianna E. Vogelzang, "Some aspects of oral and written tradition in Akkadian," Mesopotamian Epic Literature. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1992. pp.265-278.
Article in Journal or Book S. Douglas Waterhouse, "Who are the Habiru of the Amarna letters?" Journal of the Adventist Theological Society 12.1 (Spring 2001): 31-42.
Article in Journal or Book Raymond Westbrook, "Babylonian diplomacy in the Amarna letters," Journal of the American Oriental Society 120.3 (July-Sept. 2000): 377-382.
Article in Journal or Book Gernot Wilhelm, Jeanette Fincke & Ingeborg Rösler, "Notes on the Mitanni letter," Edith Porada Memorial Volume. Bethesda, MD: CDL Press, 1995. pp.135-140.
Article in Journal or Book Ronald F. Youngblood, "Amorite influence in a Canaanite Amarna letter (EA96)," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 168 (Dec. 1962): 24-27.
Article in Journal or Book Tamar Zewi, "Subject-Predicate Word Order of Nominal Clauses in El-Amarna letters," Ugarit-Forschungen 27 (1995): 657-693.
Article in Journal or Book Tamar Zewi, "On Similar Syntactical Roles of inuma in El Amarna and HNH and HN in Biblical Hebrew," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 25 (1997): 71-86.
Article in Journal or Book Jeffrey Zorn, "LU pa-ma-ha-a in EA 162:74 and the role of the mhr in Egypt and Ugarit," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 50 (April 1991): 129-138.
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