Biblio

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TOTAL NUMBER OF BIBLIO IN CORPUS: 4772

Displaying 161 - 180 of 4772
Nid Author(s)/Editor(s) Yearsort ascending Title Ref type
14620 Sapir, N. 2015
Sapir, N., "Jerusalem, the Old City, Church of Our Lady of the Spasm", Hadashot Arkheologiyot 127 (2015).
http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail_eng.aspx?id=20777&mag_id=122#bibliography
Journal article
18259 Taha, H. 2015
Taha, H., "The Monastery of Bir el-Hamam, Mount Gerizim, Palestine Site Management and Presentation", RA no. 2 (2015): 32-45.
https://www.academia.edu/27376564/The_Monastery_of_Bir_el-Hamam_Mount_Gerizim_Palestine_Site_Management_and_Presentation
Journal article
13676 Weiss, Z. 2015
Weiss, Z., "Sepphoris", Hadashot Arkheologiyot 127 (2015).
http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail.aspx?id=22791&mag_id=122
Journal article
11639 Patrich, J. 2015
Patrich, J., "Daily Life in the Desert of Jerusalem", in: La vie quotidienne des moines en Orient et Occident (IVe-Xe siècle), edited by Delouis, O. and Mossakowska-Gaubert, M., Athens, 2015: 125-150.
Book Section
12432 Huster, Y. 2015
Huster, Y., "Introduction", in: Ashkelon 5: The Land Behind Ashkelon, edited by Huster, Y., Winona Lake, 2015: 1-11.
Book Section
13767 Seridan, S.G., Gregoricka, L.A. 2015
Seridan, S.G. and Gregoricka, L.A., "Monks on the Move: Evaluating Pilgrimage to Byzantine St. Stephen's Monastery Using Strontium Isotopes", American Journal of Physical Anthropology 158 (2015): 581-591.
Journal article
12433 Huster, Y. 2015
Huster, Y., "Survey of Settlements Patterns by Periods", in: Ashkelon 5: The Land Behind Ashkelon, edited by Huster, Y., Winona Lake, 2015: 13–87.
Book Section
12434 Huster, Y. 2015
Huster, Y., "Regional Archaeology Survey: Map of Sderot (96)", in: Ashkelon 5: The Land Behind Ashkelon, edited by Huster, Y., Winona Lake, 2015: 125–207.
Book Section
18290 Stripling, D.S. 2015
Stripling, D.S., "Khirbet el-Maqatir, on the Border between Benjamin and Ephraim", Qadmoniot 48, no. 150 (2015): 78-83 (Hebrew).
Journal article
11481 Di Segni, L., Tsafrir, Y. 2015
Di Segni, L. and Tsafrir, Y., The Onomasticon of Iudaea, Palaestina and Arabia in the Greek and Latin Sources. Vol. I: Introduction, Sources, Major Texts, Jerusalem, 2015.
Book
8276 Varga, D. 2015
Varga, D., "Alumma, Preliminary Report", Hadashot Arkheologiyot 127 (2015).
http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail_eng.aspx?id=20780&mag_id=122
Journal article
13376 Patrich, J. 2015
Patrich, J., A walk to Caesarea: A historical-archaeological perspective (in Hebrew), Jeruaslem, 2015.
Book
13280 Shalev-Hurwitz, V. 2015
Shalev-Hurwitz, V., "Scythopolis: The Round church", in: Holy Sites Encircled: The Early Byzantine Concentric Churches of Jerusalem, Oxford, 2015: 251-267.
Book Section
13281 Shalev-Hurwitz, V. 2015
Shalev-Hurwitz, V., "The Anastasis", in: Holy Sites Encircled: The Early Byzantine Concentric Churches of Jerusalem, Oxford, 2015: 43-78.
Book Section
13282 Shalev-Hurwitz, V. 2015
Shalev-Hurwitz, V., "The Church of the Ascension", in: Holy Sites Encircled: The Early Byzantine Concentric Churches of Jerusalem, Oxford, 2015: 78-116.
Book Section
14487 Nagar, Y. 2015
Nagar, Y., "The Skeletal Remains from Khirbat Umm Leisun, Jerusalem", ‘Atiqot 83 (2015): 205-208.
http://www.jstor.org/stable/24585522
Journal article
13283 Shalev-Hurwitz, V. 2015
Shalev-Hurwitz, V., "The Kathisma Church", in: Holy Sites Encircled: The Early Byzantine Concentric Churches of Jerusalem, Oxford, 2015: 117-141.
Book Section
14685 Kisilevitz, S. 2015
Kisilevitz, S., "Jerusalem, Har Homa", Hadashot Arkheologiyot 127 (2015).
http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail_eng.aspx?id=22787&mag_id=122
Journal article
13828 Mgaloblishvili, T. 2015
Mgaloblishvili, T., "The Inscription from Khirbat Umm Leisun, and Georgian Presence in the Holy Land", ‘Atiqot 83 (2015): 185-195.
http://www.jstor.org/stable/24585519
Journal article
13284 Shalev-Hurwitz, V. 2015
Shalev-Hurwitz, V., "The Church of Mary's Tomb", in: Holy Sites Encircled: The Early Byzantine Concentric Churches of Jerusalem, Oxford, 2015: 141-167.
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