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*Y. Aharoni, M. Avi-Yonah, A. F. Rainey, and Z. Safrai.  ''The Macmillan Bible Atlas'', 3rd ed.  NY: Macmillan 1993.
 
*Y. Aharoni, M. Avi-Yonah, A. F. Rainey, and Z. Safrai.  ''The Macmillan Bible Atlas'', 3rd ed.  NY: Macmillan 1993.
 
*''Canaanite in the Amarna Tablets: A Linguistic Analysis of the Mixed Dialect'', 4 vols.  Köln, 1996.
 
*''Canaanite in the Amarna Tablets: A Linguistic Analysis of the Mixed Dialect'', 4 vols.  Köln, 1996.
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*"LXX Toponyms as a Contribution to Linguistic Reasearch." ''Lingua Aegyptica'' 9 (2001):179-192.
 
*Rainey, Anson F., and R. Steven Notley.  ''The Sacred Bridge: Carta Atlas of the Biblical World''.  Carta: Jerusalem, 2005.  Massive.  Includes Rainey's translation and analysis of Akkadian, Egyptian, and Northwest Semitic inscriptions.
 
*Rainey, Anson F., and R. Steven Notley.  ''The Sacred Bridge: Carta Atlas of the Biblical World''.  Carta: Jerusalem, 2005.  Massive.  Includes Rainey's translation and analysis of Akkadian, Egyptian, and Northwest Semitic inscriptions.
 
*"Shasu or Habiru. Who Were the Early Israelites?" ''Biblical Archeology Review'' 34/6 (Nov/Dec 2008):51-55.
 
*"Shasu or Habiru. Who Were the Early Israelites?" ''Biblical Archeology Review'' 34/6 (Nov/Dec 2008):51-55.
  
 
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Bibliography

  • "Notes on Some Proto-Sinaitic Inscriptions," Israel Exploration Journal, 25/2-3 (1975):106-116, plates 11-12.
  • "The Toponymics of Eretz Israel," BASOR, 231 (1978):P1-17.
  • ed. Egypt, Israel, Sinai: Archaeological and Historical Relationships in the Biblical Period. Tel Aviv Univ. Press, 1987.
  • “The Saga of Eliashib,” Biblical Archaeology Review, 13/2 (Mar-Apr 1987):37,39.
  • Y. Aharoni, M. Avi-Yonah, A. F. Rainey, and Z. Safrai. The Macmillan Bible Atlas, 3rd ed. NY: Macmillan 1993.
  • Canaanite in the Amarna Tablets: A Linguistic Analysis of the Mixed Dialect, 4 vols. Köln, 1996.
  • "LXX Toponyms as a Contribution to Linguistic Reasearch." Lingua Aegyptica 9 (2001):179-192.
  • Rainey, Anson F., and R. Steven Notley. The Sacred Bridge: Carta Atlas of the Biblical World. Carta: Jerusalem, 2005. Massive. Includes Rainey's translation and analysis of Akkadian, Egyptian, and Northwest Semitic inscriptions.
  • "Shasu or Habiru. Who Were the Early Israelites?" Biblical Archeology Review 34/6 (Nov/Dec 2008):51-55.