Publications

Publications

  • Peter Altmann, Banned Birds: The Birds of Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14, Archaeology and Bible 1, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2019.
    Download at:  Mohr Siebeck
  • Peter Altmann, “Feasting like Royalty in a Time of Famine: Reflections on the Meaning and Composition of the Feast in Gen 43:15–34”, Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 130 (2018): 349–363.
  • Peter Altmann and Soham Al-Suadi, Essen und Trinken: Lebenswelten der Bibel, Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 2019.
  • Peter Altmann and Anna Angelini, To Eat or Not to Eat?: Collected Essays on the Biblical Dietary Laws, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck [accepted/in press].
  • Peter Altmann, Anna Angelini and Abra Spiciarich, Food Taboos and Biblical Prohibitions: Reassessing Archaeological and Literary Perspectives, Archaeology and Bible 2, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2020.
    Download at:  Mohr Siebeck
  • Peter Altmann and Abra Spiciarich, “Chickens, Partridges, and the tor of Ancient Israel and the Hebrew Bible”, Die Welt des Orients 50 [accepted/in press].
  • Anna Angelini, “The Reception and Idealization of the Torah in the Letter of Aristeas: The Case of the Dietary Laws”, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel [accepted/in press].
  • Anna Angelini and Peter Altmann, “Purity, Taboo and Food in Antiquity: Theoretical and Methodological Issues”, in Food Taboos and Biblical Prohibitions: Reassessing Archaeological and Literary Perspectives, ed. Peter Altmann, Anna Angelini and Abra Spiciarich, Archaeology and Bible 2, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2020, 9–24.
  • Anna Angelini and Christophe Nihan, “Introduction: Comparing Animal Lexica in Ancient Cultures”, Altorientalische Forschungen 46 (2019): 53–60.
  • Anna Angelini and Christophe Nihan, “Unclean Birds in the Hebrew and Greek Versions of Leviticus and Deuteronomy”, in Le Texte du Lévitique – The Text of Leviticus, ed. Innocent Himbaza, Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis, Leuven: Peeters [accepted/in press].
  • Shirly Ben-Dor Evian, “The Past and Future of Biblical Egyptology”, Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 18 (2018): 1–11.
  • Jordan Davis, “Living Outside the Land that was Promised: Priestly Ideology in Numbers 32”, in The Historical Location of “P” – Language, Geography and Material Culture, ed. Jürg Hutzli and Jordan Davis, Hebrew Bible and Archaeology, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck [accepted/in press].
  • Israel Finkelstein, “A Corpus of North Israelite Texts in the Days of Jeroboam II?”, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel 6 (2017): 262–289.
  • Israel Finkelstein, “History, Historicity and Historiography in Ancient Israel”, in Story and History: The Kings of Israel and Judah in Context, ed. Johannes Unsok Ro, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 2. Reihe 105, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2019, 15–30.
  • Israel Finkelstein, “The Pentateuch: Archaeology and History”, in The Oxford Handbook of the Pentateuch, ed. Joel Baden, Christophe Nihan and Jeffrey Stackert, Oxford: Oxford University Press [accepted/in press].
  • Israel Finkelstein, Matthew J. Adams, Erin Hall and Eythan Levy, “The Iron Age Gates of Megiddo: New Evidence and Updated Interpretation”, in Tel Aviv: Journal of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv [accepted/in press].
  • Israel Finkelstein and Assaf Kleiman, “The Archaeology of the Days of Baasha?”, Revue Biblique 126 (2019): 277–296.
  • Israel Finkelstein and Thomas Römer, “Early North Israelite ‘Memories’ of Moab”, in The Formation of the Pentateuch: Bridging the Academic Cultures of Europe, Israel, and North America, ed. Jan Christian Gertz, Bernard M. Levinson, Dalit Rom-Shiloni and Konrad Schmid, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 111, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016, 711–728.
  • Erin Hall, “An Early Iron Age Hoard from Area Q”, in Megiddo VI: The 2010–2014 Seasons, ed. Israel Finkelstein, Mario A.S. Martin and Matthew J. Adams, Institute of Tel Aviv University Monograph Series, Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Press [accepted/in press].
  • Erin Hall, “Hoarding at Tel Megiddo in the Late Bronze and Iron Age I”, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research [accepted/in press].
  • Benedikt Hensel, “Cult Centralization in the Persian Period: Biblical and Historical Perspectives”, Semitica 60 (2018): 221–272.
  • Benedikt Hensel, «Das JHWH-Heiligtum am Garizim: Ein archäologischer Befund und seine literar- und theologiegeschichtliche Einordnung», Vetus Testamentum 68 (2018): 73–93.
  • Benedikt Hensel, “Debating Temple and Torah in the Second Temple Period: Theological and Political Aspects of the Final Redaction(s) of the Pentateuch”, in Construction of Ancient Judaism(s), ed. Jens Schröter and Markus Witte, Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck [accepted/in press].
  • Benedikt Hensel, «Deuteronomium 12,13–19: Zur Lokalisierung des einen Maqom», Biblische Notizen. Neue Folge 182 (2019): 9–43.
  • Benedikt Hensel, «Die Bedeutung Samarias für die formative period der alttestamentlichen Theologie- und Literaturgeschichte», Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 32 (2018): 20–48.
  • Benedikt Hensel, “Edom through the Ages: On the Development of a Positive Image of Edom in the Jacob Narrative (Gen 25–36*) and in Other Pentateuchal Traditions”, in The Jacob Cycle (Genesis 25–35): Compilation, Redaction and the Reception of the Biblical Narrative and Its Historical and Cultural Contexts, ed. Benedikt Hensel, Archaeology and Bible, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck [accepted/in press]
  • Benedikt Hensel, “Introduction: Recent Research on the Jacob Cycle”, in The Jacob Cycle (Genesis 25–35): Compilation, Redaction and the Reception of the Biblical Narrative and Its Historical and Cultural Contexts, ed. Benedikt Hensel, Archaeology and Bible, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck [accepted/in press].
  • Benedikt Hensel, “On the Relationship of Juda and Samaria in Post-Exilic Times: A Farewell to the Conflict Paradim”, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 44 (2019): 19–42.
  • Benedikt Hensel, “Seir (Person and Place)”, in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, ed. Constance Furey, Steven Linn McKenzie, Thomas Römer, Jens Schröter, Barry Dov Walfish and Eric Ziolkowski, Berlin: de Gruyter [accepted/in press].
  • Benedikt Hensel, “Tightening the Bonds between Edom and Israel (Gen 33:1–17*): On the Further Development of Edom’s Role within the Fortschreibung of the Jacob Cycle in the Exilic and Early Persian Periods”, Vetus Testamentum [accepted/in press].
  • Benedikt Hensel, “Yahwistic Diversity and the Hebrew Bible: State of the Field, Desiderata and Research Perspectives in a Necessary Debate on the Formative Period of Judaism(s)”, in Yahwistic Diversity and the Hebrew Bible: Tracing Perspectives of Group Identity from Judah, Samaria, and the Diaspora in Biblical Traditions, ed. Benedikt Hensel, Dany Nocquet and Bartosz Adamczewski, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 2. Reihe, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck [accepted/in press].
  • Benedikt Hensel, Ehud Ben Zvi and Diana V. Edelman, eds., Remembering Edom in the Exilic and Post-Exilic Period: Social Memory and Imagination, Sheffield: Equinox [accepted/in press].
  • Jürg Hutzli, “J’s Problem with the East: Observations on the So-Called Yahwist Texts in Genesis 1–25, Followed by Literary Historical Conclusions”, in Who Wrote the Pentateuch?, ed. Jaeyoung Jeon, Ancient Israel and Its Literature, Atlanta: SBL Press [accepted/in press].
  • Jürg Hutzli, “Priestly(-like) Texts in Samuel and Kings”, in Writing, Rewriting, and Overwriting in the Books of Deuteronomy and the Former Prophets: Essays in Honour of Cynthia Edenburg, ed. Ido Koch, Thomas Römer and Omer Sergi, Leuven: Peeters [accepted/in press].
  • Jürg Hutzli, “The Inscriptions of Mount Gerizim and P”, in The Historical Location of “P” – Language, Geography and Material Culture, ed. Jürg Hutzli and Jordan Davis, Hebrew Bible and Archaeology, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck [accepted/in press].
  • Jürg Hutzli, The Origins of P: Literary Profiles and Strata of the Priestly Texts in Genesis 1 – Exodus 40, Forschungen zum Alten Testament, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck [accepted/in press].
  • Jürg Hutzli and Jordan Davis, eds., The Historical Location of “P” – Language, Geography and Material Culture, Hebrew Bible and Archaeology, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck [accepted/in press].
  • Assaf Kleiman, “A North-Israelite Royal Administrative System and Its Impact on Late-Monarchic Judah”, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel [accepted/in press].
  • Assaf Kleiman, “Beyond Hazor: Urban Durability, Political Instability, and Collective Memory in the Northern Jordan Valley at the Turn of the Second Millennium BCE”, in From Nomadism to Monarchy: An Update 30 Years After, ed. Ido Koch, Omer Sergi and Oded Lipschits, Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Press; Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns [accepted/in press].
  • Assaf Kleiman, “Comments on the Archaeology and History of Tell el-Far‘ah North (Biblical Tirzah) in the Iron IIA”, Semitica 60 (2018): 85–104.
  • Assaf Kleiman, “Invisible Kingdoms? Settlement Oscillations in the Northern Jordan Valley and State Formation in Southwestern Syria”, in Research on Israel and Aram: Autonomy, Independence and Related Issues. Proceedings of the First Annual RIAB Center Conference, Leipzig, June 2016, Research on Israel and Aram in Biblical Times I, ed. Angelika Berlejung and Aren M. Maeir, Orientalische Religionen in der Antike 34, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2019, 293–311.
  • Assaf Kleiman, Margaret E. Cohen, Erin Hall, Robert S. Homsher and Israel Finkelstein, “Cult Activity at Megiddo in the Iron Age: New Evidence and a Long-Term Perspective”, Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins 133 (2017): 24–52.
  • Sabine Kleiman, “The End of Cult Places in 8th Century Judah: Cult Reform or de facto Centralization?”, in Sakralarchitektur in Palästina / Sacred Architecture in Palestine, ed. Jens Kamlah and Markus Witte, Abhandlungen des Deutschen Palästinavereins, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz [accepted/in press].
  • Sabine Kleiman, “The Iron IIB Gate Shrine at Lachish: An Alternative Interpretation”, Tel Aviv 47 [accepted/in press].
  • Yitzhak Lee-Sak, “Levitical Cities”, in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, ed. Constance Furey, Steven Linn McKenzie, Thomas Römer, Jens Schröter, Barry Dov Walfish and Eric Ziolkowski, Vol. 16, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2018, 356–359.
  • Yitzhak Lee-Sak, “Polemical Propaganda of the Golah Community against the Gibeonites: Historical Background of Joshua 9 and 2 Samuel 21 in the Early Persian Period”, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 44 (2019): 115–132.
  • Yitzhak Lee-Sak, “The Lists of Levitical Cities (Joshua 21, 1 Chronicles 6) and the Propagandistic Map for the Hasmonean Territorial Expansion”, Journal of Biblical Literature 136 (2017): 783–800.
  • Oded Lipschits, “Abraham Traditions between Mamre and Jerusalem”, Beit Mikra 62 (2017): 222–253 [Hebrew]; German translation: “Abraham zwischen Mamre und Jerusalem”, in The Politics of the Ancestors: Exegetical and Historical Perspectives on Genesis 12–36, ed. Mark G. Brett and Jakob Wöhrle, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 124, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2018, 187–209.
  • Oded Lipschits, “Benjamin in Retrospective: Stages in the Creation of the Territory of the Benjamin Tribe (7th–5th Centuries BCE)”, in Saul, Benjamin and the Emergence of Monarchy in Israel, ed. Joachim J. Krause, Omer Sergi and Kristin Weingart, Ancient Israel and Its Literature, Atlanta: SBL Press [accepted/in press].
  • Oded Lipschits, “Bethel Revisited”, in Rethinking Israel: Studies in the History and Archaeology of Ancient Israel in Honor of Israel Finkelstein, ed. Oded Lipschits, Yuval Gadot and Matthew J. Adams, Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2017, 233–246.
  • Oded Lipschits, «Materialkultur, Verwaltung und Wirtschaft in Juda während der Perserzeit und die Rolle des Jerusalemer Tempels», in Die Religionspolitik der Achaimeniden und die Rolle der Lokalheiligtümer, ed. Reinhard Achenbach, Münster: Ugarit-Verlag [accepted/in press].
  • Oded Lipschits, Thomas Römer and Hervé Gonzalez, “The Pre-Priestly Abraham Narratives from Monarchic to Persian Times”, Semitica 59 (2017): 261–296.
  • Christophe Nihan, “Abraham Traditions and Cult Politics in the Persian Period: Moriyyāh and Šalēm in Genesis”, in The Politics of the Ancestors: Exegetical and Historical Perspectives on Genesis 12–36, ed. Mark G. Brett and Jakob Wöhrle, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 124, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2018, 259–281.
  • Christophe Nihan, “Cult Centralization and the Torah Traditions in Chronicles”, in The Fall of Jerusalem and the Rise of the Torah, ed. Peter Dubovský, Dominik Markl and Jean-Pierre Sonnet, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 107, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016, 253–288.
  • Christophe Nihan, «Die Rezeption priesterschriftlicher Traditionen in den Zentralisationsvorschriften des Deuteronomiums», in Book-Seams in the Hexateuch III: The Book of Deuteronomy and Its Literary Transitions, ed. Christoph Berner and Harald Samuel, Forschungen zum Alten Testament, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck [accepted/in press].
  • Christophe Nihan, “Le pectoral d’Aaron et la figure du grand prêtre dans les traditions sacerdotales du Pentateuque”, in Congress Volume Stellenbosch 2016, ed. Louis C. Jonker, Gideon R. Kotzé and Christl M. Maier, Supplements to Vetus Testamentum 177, Leiden: Brill, 2017, 23–55.
  • Christophe Nihan and Julia Rhyder, “Aarons’ Vestments in Exodus 28 and Priestly Leadership”, in Debating Authority: Concepts of Leadership in the Pentateuch and the Former Prophets, ed. Katharina Pyschny and Sarah Schulz, Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 507, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2018, 45–67.
  • Katharina Pyschny, “From Core to Centre: Issues of Centralization in Numbers and Deuteronomy”, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel 8 (2019): 287–312.
  • Thomas Römer, «Beschneidung in der Hebräischen Bibel und ihre literarische Begründung in Genesis 17», in Dem Körper eingeschrieben: Verkörperung zwischen Leiberleben und kulturellem Sinn, ed. Matthias Jung, Michaela Bauks and Andreas Ackermann, Studien zur Interdisziplinären Anthropologie, Wiesbaden: Springer, 2016, 227–241.
  • Thomas Römer, «Der Pharao als Gotteswortvermittler: Josia und Josef», in Nächstenliebe und Gottesfurcht: Beiträge aus alttestamentlicher, semitistischer und altorientalischer Wissenschaft für Hans-Peter Mathys zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. Hanna Jenni and Markus Saur, Alter Orient und Altes Testament 439, Münster: Ugarit-Verlag, 2016, 339–349.
  • Thomas Römer, «Die politische Funktion der vorpriesterlichen Abrahamtexte», in The Politics of the Ancestors: Exegetical and Historical Perspectives on Genesis 12–36, ed. Mark G. Brett and Jakob Wöhrle, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 124, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2018, 211–232.
  • Thomas Römer, “How to Date Pentateuchal Texts: Some Case Studies”, in The Formation of the Pentateuch: Bridging the Academic Cultures of Europe, Israel, and North America, ed. Jan Christian Gertz, Bernard M. Levinson, Dalit Rom-Shiloni and Konrad Schmid, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 111, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016, 357–370.
  • Thomas Römer, “Le lieu unique choisi par YHWH et la pluralité des temples dans l’idéologie deuteronomiste”, Judaïsme Ancien – Ancient Judaism 5 (2017): 1–22.
  • Thomas Römer and Shirly Ben-Dor Evian, “Editorial Introduction”, Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 18 (2018): vi-vii.
  • Konrad Schmid, «Ägypten als Chaosmacht: Die Vernichtung des ägyptischen Heers am Schilfmeer als Begründung der Herrlichkeit Gottes im perserzeitlichen Exodusbuch», Aegyptiaca 3 (2018): 149–157.
  • Konrad Schmid, «Die Priesterschrift als antike Historiographie: Quellen und Darstellungsweise der politischen und religiösen Geschichte der Levante in den priesterschriftlichen Erzelternerzählungen», in The Politics of the Ancestors: Exegetical and Historical Perspectives on Genesis 12–36, ed. Mark G. Brett and Jakob Wöhrle, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 124, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2018, 93–111.
  • Konrad Schmid, “Divine Legislation in the Pentateuch in Its Late Judean and Neo-Babylonian Context”, in The Fall of Jerusalem and the Rise of the Torah, ed. Peter Dubovský, Dominik Markl and Jean-Pierre Sonnet, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 107, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016, 129–153.
  • Konrad Schmid, “How to Identify a Persian Period Text in the Pentateuch”, in On Dating Biblical Texts to the Persian Period, ed. Richard J. Bautch and Mark Lackowski, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 2. Reihe 101, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2019, 101–118.
  • Konrad Schmid, “‘Israel’ in the Joseph Story (Gen 37–50)”, in Rethinking Israel: Studies in the History and Archaeology of Ancient Israel in Honor of Israel Finkelstein, ed. Oded Lipschits, Yuval Gadot and Matthew J. Adams, Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2017, 355–364.
  • Konrad Schmid, «Josephs zweiter Traum: Beobachtungen zu seiner literarischen Funktion und sachlichen Bedeutung in der Josephsgeschichte (Gen 37–50)», Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 128 (2016): 374–388.
  • Konrad Schmid, «Mythos oder Geschichte? Die historische Kritik an der Bibel und ihre theologische Bedeutung», in Die Bibel und die Wissenschaften: Wechselwirkungen in Geschichte und Gegenwart, ed. Pierre Bühler, Zürich: Verlag der Fachvereine, 2019, 31–50.
  • Konrad Schmid, “Overcoming the Sub-Deuteronomism and Sub-Chronicism of Historiography in Biblical Studies: The Case of the Samaritans”, in The Bible, Qumran, and the Samaritans, ed. Magnar Kartveit and Gary Knoppers, Studia Samaritana 10, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2018, 17–30.
  • Konrad Schmid, “Post-Priestly Additions in the Pentateuch: A Survey of Scholarship”, in The Formation of the Pentateuch: Bridging the Academic Cultures of Europe, Israel, and North America, ed. Jan Christian Gertz, Bernard M. Levinson, Dalit Rom-Shiloni and Konrad Schmid, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 111, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016, 589–604.
  • Konrad Schmid, “Remembering and Reconstructing Abraham: Abraham’s Family and the Literary History of the Pentateuch”, in Abraham’s Family: A Network of Meaning in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, ed. Lukas Bormann, Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 415, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2018, 9–31.
  • Konrad Schmid, “Taming Egypt: The Impact of Persian Imperial Ideology and Politics on the Biblical Exodus Account”, in Jewish Cultural Encounters in the Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern World, ed. Mladen Popović, Myles Schoonover and Marijn Vandenberghe, Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 178, Leiden: Brill, 2017, 13–29.
  • Konrad Schmid, “The Biblical Writings in the Late Eighth Century B.C.E.”, in Archaeology and History of Eighth-Century Judah, ed. Zev Farber and Jacob L. Wright, Ancient Near East Monographs 23, Atlanta: SBL Press, 2018, 493–501.
  • Konrad Schmid, «Von Jakob zu Israel: Das antike Israel auf dem Weg zum Judentum im Spiegel der Fortschreibungsgeschichte der Jakobüberlieferungen der Genesis», in Identität und Schrift: Fortschreibungsprozesse als Mittel religiöser Identitätsbildung, ed. Marianne Grohmann, Biblisch-Theologische Studien 169, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2017, 33–67.
  • Omer Sergi, “Back to the Rise of Ancient Israel: The Question of Identity and State Formation”, in From Nomadism to Monarchy: An Update 30 Years After, ed. Ido Koch, Omer Sergi and Oded Lipschits, Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Press; Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns [accepted/in press].
  • Omer Sergi, “Israelite Identity and the Formation of the Israelite Polities in the Iron I–IIA Central Canaanite Highlands”, Die Welt des Orients 49 (2019): 206–235.
  • Omer Sergi, “Jacob and the Aramaean Identity of Ancient Israel between the Judges and the Prophets”, in The Politics of the Ancestors: Exegetical and Historical Perspectives on Genesis 12–36, ed. Mark G. Brett and Jakob Wöhrle, Forschungen zum Alten Testament 124, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2018, 283–305.
  • Omer Sergi, “(Re)constructing Identities in the Bronze and Iron Age Levant: Introduction”, Die Welt des Orients 49 (2019): 146–150.
  • Omer Sergi, “The Emergence of Early Israel: A Fresh Look at the Archaeological and Textual Evidence”, in From Nomadism to Monarchy: An Update 30 Years After, ed. Ido Koch, Omer Sergi and Oded Lipschits, Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Press; Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns [accepted/in press].
  • Omer Sergi, “The Formation of Israelite Identity in the Central Canaanite Highlands in the Iron Age I–IIA”, The Rise of Ancient Israel, Near Eastern Archaeology 82 (2019): 42–51.
  • Omer Sergi, “The Gilead between Aram and Israel: Political Borders, Cultural Interaction, and the Question of Jacob and Israelite Identity”, in In Search for Aram and Israel: Politics, Culture, and Identity, ed. Omer Sergi, Manfred Oeming and Izaak J. de Hulster, Orientalische Religionen in der Antike 20, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016, 333–354.
  • Omer Sergi, “The Memory of the Kingdom of Geshur in Biblical Literature”, in Research on Israel and Aram: Autonomy, Independence and Related Issues. Proceedings of the First Annual RIAB Center Conference, Leipzig, June 2016, Research on Israel and Aram in Biblical Times I, ed. Angelika Berlejung and Aren M. Maeir, Orientalische Religionen in der Antike 34, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2019, 315–330.
  • Omer Sergi and Yuval Gadot, “The Rise of Ancient Israel in the Iron I–IIA: The Need for a Closer Look”, The Rise of Ancient Israel, Near Eastern Archaeology 82 (2019): 5–7.
  • Omer Sergi and Assaf Kleiman, “The Kingdom of Geshur and the Expansion of Aram-Damascus into the Northern Jordan Valley: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives”, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 379 (2018): 1–18.
  • Abra Spiciarich, “Birds in Transition: Bird Exploitation in the Southern Levant during the Late Bronze Age, Iron Age I, and Iron Age II”, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 383 [accepted/in press].
  • Abra Spiciarich, Yuval Gadot and Lidar Sapir-Hen, “The Faunal Evidence from Early Roman Jerusalem: The People behind the Garbage”, Tel Aviv 44 (2017): 98–117.

 

Introductory articles (published before the project start)

Introductory articles (published before the project start):

  • I. Finkelstein and T. Römer, “Comments on the Historical Background of the Abraham Narrative. Between ‘Realia’ and ‘Exegetica,’” HeBAI 3, 2014, 3–23.
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  • I. Finkelstein and T. Römer “Comments on the Historical Background of the Jacob Narrative in Genesis,” ZAW 126, 2014, 317–38.
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  • T. Römer, “Zwischen Urkunden, Fragmenten und Ergänzungen: Zum Stand der Pentateuchforschung,” ZAW 125, 2013, 2–24.
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  • K. Schmid, "Von Jakob zu Israel. Das antike Israel auf dem Weg zum Judentum im Spiegel der Fortschreibungsgeschichte der Jakobüberlieferungen der Genesis", in: Marianne Grohmann (Ed.): Identität und Schrift. Fortschreibungsprozesse als Mittel religiöser Identitätsbildung. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, S. 33–67.
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  • K. Schmid, “Der Pentateuch und seine Theologiegeschichte,” ZTK 111, 2014, 239–271
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