Bibliographies

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  • Bible Review 13

    Schwartz, Baruch J. “What Really Happened at Mount Sinai?” Bible Review 13 (Oct. 1997): 21–46.

  • Bible Review 18

    Betz, O. “Was John the Baptist an Essene?” Bible Review 18 (1990), 6:06: 18–25.

  • Bibles: An Illustrated History of Papyrus to Print

    Hamel, Christopher de. Bibles: An Illustrated History of Papyrus to Print. Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2011.
  • Biblia Pauperum

    Henry, A. ed. Biblia Pauperum.  A Facsimile and Edition, London:  Scholars Press, 1987.

  • Biblical Archaelogy Review vol. 16 no. 5

    Bienkowski, Piotr. “Jericho Was Destroyed in the Middle Bronze Age, Not the Late Bronze Age.” Pages 45-46 in Biblical Archaeology Review 16/5 (September/October 1990).

  • Biblical Archaeological Review 8, no. 6

    Strange, James F., and Shanks, Hershel. “Has the House Where Jesus Stayed in Capernaum Been Found?” Biblical Archaeological Review 8, no. 6 (1982): 26-37.

     

  • Biblical Archaeologist 41

    Har-El, Menashe. "The Pride of the Jordan: The Jungle of the Jordan." Biblical Archaeologist 41 (1978): 64–75.

  • Biblical Archaeologist 46, no.3

    Malamat, Abraham. “Silver, Gold, and Precious Stones from Hazor in a New Mari Document.” Biblical Archaeologist 46, no. 3 (1983): 169–74.

     

  • Biblical Archaeologist 49

    Hackett, Jo Ann. “Some Observations on the Balaam Tradition at Deir Alla.” Biblical Archaeologist 49 (1986): 216–22.

  • Biblical Archaeologist 6

    Glueck, Nelson. "The Jordan." Biblical Archaeologist 6 (1943): 61–67.  Har-El, Menashe. "The Pride of the Jordan: The Jungle of the Jordan." Biblical Archaeologist 41 (1978): 64–75.

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