I General
Aharoni, Y. 1979. The Land of the Bible A Historical
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Levy, T.E. (ed.). 1995. Archaeology of Society in the
     Holy Land
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Mazar, A. 1990. Archaeology of the Land of the Bible
     10,000–586 B.C.E
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II Megiddo: Excavation Reports
Finkelstein, I., Ussishkin, D. and Halpern, B. (eds.). 2000.      Megiddo III: The 1992–1996 Seasons. Tel Aviv.
Guy, P.L.O. 1938. Megiddo Tombs. Chicago.
Lamon, R.S. 1935. The Megiddo Water System.
Lamon, R. and Shipton, G.M. 1939. Megiddo I. Chicago.
Loud, G. 1939. The Megiddo Ivories. Chicago.
Loud, G. 1948. Megiddo II. Seasons of 1935– 1939.
May, H.G. 1935. Material Remains of the Megiddo Cult.
III Megiddo: Summary Works
Davies, G.I. 1986. Megiddo. Cambridge.
Finkelstein, I. and Ussishkin, D. 1994. Back to Megiddo.
     BAR 20(1):26–43.
Kempinski, A. 1989. Megiddo. A City State and Royal
     Centre in North Israel
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Silberman, N.A., Finkelstein, I., Ussishkin, D. and      Halpern, B. 1999. Digging at Armageddon.      Archaeology (November/December issue): 32-39
IV Megiddo: Thematic Studies
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Brandfon, F.R. 1977. The Earliest City Wall at Megiddo.
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Davies, G.I. 1994. King Solomon’s Stables Still at
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Dunayevsky, I. and Kempinski, A. 1973. The Megiddo
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Epstein, K. 1965. An Interpretation of the Megiddo
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Finkelstein, I. 1996. The Archaeology of the United
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Finkelstein, I. 1996. The Stratigraphy and Chronology of
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     B.C.E. Tel Aviv 23:170–184.
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Na'aman, N. 1991. The Kingdom of Judah under Josiah.
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Shea, W.H. 1979. The Conquest of Sharuhen and
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Shiloh, Y. 1980. Solomon’s Gate at Megiddo as
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Singer, I. 1988–1989. The Political Status of Megiddo
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Ussishkin, D. 1973. King Solomon’s Palaces. BA
Ussishkin, D. 1980. Was the Solomonic City Gate a t
     Megiddo Built by King Solomon? BASOR 239:1–18.
Ussishkin, D. 1989. Schumacher’s Shrine in Building
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Ussishkin, D. 1995. The Destruction of Megiddo at
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Yadin, Y. 1970. Megiddo of the Kings of Israel.
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Yadin, Y. 1976. In Defense of the Stables at Megiddo.
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Yadin, Y. 1980. A Rejoinder to Ussishkin’s Solomonic
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