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Jericho



Article in Journal or Book B. Arensburg & P. Smith, “The Jewish population of Jericho 100 BC-70 AD,” Palestine Exploration Quarterly 115 (July-Dec. 1983): 133-136.
Article in Journal or Book Ian Blake, “Jericho (Ain es-Sultan): Joshua's curse and Elish's miracle: one possible explanation,” Palestine Exploration Quarterly 99 (July-Dec. 1967): 86-97.
Article in Journal or Book Robert G. Boling, “Jericho off limits,” Biblical Archaeologist 46 (Spring 1983): 115-116.
Article in Journal or Book Keith Branigan, “Unique juglet from Jericho,” Palestine Exploration Quarterly 99 (July-Dec. 1967): 98-100.
Article in Journal or Book Peter Dorrell, “The uniqueness of Jericho,” Archaeology in the Levant. Warminster: Aris & Phillips, 1978. pp.11-18.
Article in Journal or Book Hendricus Jacobus Franken, “Tell es-Sultan and Old Testament Jericho,” Oudtestamentlich Werkgezelschap in Nederland 25:1940-1965. Leiden: Brill, 1965.
Article in Journal or Book Rachel Hachlili, “A Jerusalem family in Jericho,” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research no 230 (April 1978): 45-56.
Article in Journal or Book Siegfried H. Horn, “Jericho in a topographical list of Ramesses II,” Journal of Near Eastern Studies 12 (July 1953): 201-203.
Article in Journal or Book E.V. Hulse, “Joshua's Curse: Radioactivity or Schistosomiasis?” Palestine Exploration Quarterly 102 (July-Dec. 1970): 92-101.
Article in Journal or Book Kathleen M. Kenyon, “Jericho,” Archaeology and Old Testament Study; jubilee volume of the Society for Old Testament Study. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1967. pp.264-275.
Article in Journal or Book Abraham Malamat, “Israelite conduct of war in the conquest of Canaan,” Symposia Celebrating the Seventy-Ffth Snniversary of the Founding of the American Schools of Oriental Research (1900-1975). Cambridge, MA: ASOR, 1979. pp.35-55.
Article in Journal or Book John M. Monson, "Enter Joshua. The "Mother of Current Debates in Biblical Archaeology," James K. Hoffmeier & Dennis R. Magary, eds., Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith?: A Critical Appraisal of Modern and Postmodern Approaches to ScriptureJohn M. Monson, "Enter Joshua. The "Mother of Current Debates in Biblical Archaeology," James K. Hoffmeier & Dennis R. Magary, eds., Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith?: A Critical Appraisal of Modern and Postmodern Approaches to Scripture. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 2012. Pbk. ISBN: 978-4335-2571-1. pp.427-457. View in PDF format pdf [Used by permission of Crossway, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers