Historical/Biblical Studies

Ahlström, G.W. 1984. The Travels of the Ark: A Religio-Political Composition. JANES 43: 141-149.

Blenkinsopp, J. 1969. Kiriath-Jearim and the Ark. JBL 88: 143-156.

Cooke, F.T. 1923–1924. The Site of Kirjath Jearim. AASOR 5: 105–120.

Finkelstein, I. and Gadot, Y. 2015. Mozah, Nephtoah and Royal Estates in the Jerusalem Highlands. Semitica et Classica: 227-234.

Koch, I. 2016. Notes on Three South Canaanite Sites in the el-Amarna Correspondence. Tel Aviv 43: 91-98.

Leuchter, M. 2008. The Cult at Kiriath Yearim: Implications from the Biblical Record. VT 58: 526–543.

Mazar, B. 1981. The Early Israelite Settlement in the Hill Country. BASOR 241: 75-85.

Miller, J.M. 1974. Jebus and Jerusalem: A Case of Mistaken Identity. ZDPV 90: 115-127.

Na’aman, N. 1987. Beth-aven, Bethel and Early Israelite Sanctuaries. ZDPV 103: 13-21.

Rosen, B. 1988. Early Israelite Cultic Centres in the Hill Country. VT 38: 114-117.

Previous Salvage Excavations

Ben-Ari, N. 2016. Tel Qiryat Ye‘arim, West. Hadashot Arkheologiyot 128.

Mizrachi, Y. 2008. Qiryat Ye‘arim. Hadashot Arkheologiyot 120.

Selected Publications [Under Construction]

Finkelstein, I. 1988. The Archaeology of the Israelite Settlement. Jerusalem.

Naaman, N. and Finkelstein, I. 1990. From Nomadism to Monarchy: Archaeological and Historical  Aspects of Early Israel. Jerusalem.

Finkelstein, I. 1990. Excavations at Kh. ed-Dawwara: An Iron Age Site Northeast of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv 17: 163–208.

Finkelstein, I. 1999. State Formation in Israel and in Judah, Eretz-Israel 26: 132–141 (Hebrew).

Finkelstein, I. 2001. The Rise of Jerusalem and Judah: The Missing Link, Levant 33: 105–115.

Finkelstein, I. 2002. The Impact of Late-Monarchic Judah on the Development of Judeo-Christian Civilization. In: Cohen, N. and Heldrich, A. eds., The Three Religions. Munich: 35–48.

Finkelstein, I. 2002. The Rise of Jerusalem and Judah: The Missing Link. In: Killebrew, A.E. and Vaughn, A.G. eds., Jerusalem in Bible and Archaeology: The First Temple Periods. Atlanta: 81–101.

Finkelstein, I. and and Silberman, N.A. 2006. Temple and Dynasty: Hezekiah, the Remaking of Judah and the Rise of the Pan-Israelite Ideology. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 30(3): 259–285.

Ussishkin, D., Herzog, Z., Singer-Avitz, L. and Finkelstein, I. 2007. Has the Palace of King David in Jerusalem Been Found?. New Studies on Jerusalem 13: 35-45. (Hebrew).

Finkelstein, I. 2007. Jerusalem in the Persian Period and the Wall of Nehemiah. New Studies on Jerusalem 13: 47-–. (Hebrew).

Finkelstein, I. 2007. On Vanished Pottery and Unexplained Population Growth: An Answer to Nadav Na’aman Regarding the Expansion of Jerusalem in the Eighth Century BCE. Zion 72: 325–337.

Finkelstein, I., Herzog, Z., Singer-Avitz, L. and D. Ussishkin. 2007. Has the Palace of King David in Jerusalem Been Found?. Tel Aviv 34: 142–164.

Finkelstien, I. 2008. The Archaeology of the List of Returnees in Ezra and Nehemiah. Palestine Exploration Quarterly 140: 7–16.

Finkelstein, I. 2008. Jerusalem in the Persian (and Early Hellenistic) Period and the Wall of Nehemiah. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 32: 501–520.

Finkelstein, I. 2008. The Settlement History of Jerusalem in the Eighth and Seventh Centuries BCE. Revue Biblique 115: 499–515.

Finkelstein, I., Fantalkin, A. and Piasetzky, E. 2008. Three Snapshots of the Iron IIA: The Northern Valleys, the Southern Steppe and Jerusalem. In: Grabbe, L.L. ed.,  Israel in Transition: From Late Bronze II to Iron IIA (c. 1250-850 BCE): Volume 1. The Archaeology. New York: 32–44.

Finkelstein, I. and Silberman, N.A.  Temple and Dynasty: Hezekiah, the Reformation of Judah and the Emergence of the Pan-Israelite Ideology. Eretz Israel 29: 348–357

Finkelstein, I. 2009. Persian Period Jerusalem and Yehud: A Rejoinder. Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 9: 2–13.

Finkelstein, I. 2010. The Territorial Extent and Demography of Yehud/Judea in the Persian and Early Hellenistic Periods. Revue Biblique 117: 39–54.

Finkelstein, I., Koch, I. and Lipschits, O. 2011. The Mound on the Mount: A Solution to the “Problem with Jerusalem”? Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 11.

Finkelstein, I. 2011. The “Large Stone Structure” in Jerusalem: Reality versus Yearning. ZDPV 127: 1–10.

Finkelstein, I. 2011. The “Large Stone Structure”: Facts versus Yearning, City of David Studies of Ancient Jerusalem 6: 15–29.

Finkelstein, I. 2011. Jerusalem in the Iron Age: Archaeology and Text; Reality and Myth. In: Galor, K. and Avni, G. eds., The Jerusalem Perspective: 150 Years of Archaeological Research in the Holy City. Winona Lake: 189–201.

Finkelstein, I. 2012. Persian Period Yehud and Jerusalem Rejoinders. In: Berquist, J.L. and Hunt, A. eds., Focusing Biblical Studies: The Crucial Nature of the Persian and Hellenistic Periods  Essays in Honor of Douglas A. Knight. New York: 49–62

Finkelstein, I. 2013. The Geographical and Historical Realities behind the Earliest Layer in the David Story. Scandinavian Journal of Old Testament 27: 131–150.

Finkelstein, I. 2012. L’archéologie et l’histoire de Jérusalem (1000 à 700 av. J.C.), Comptes rendus de l’Académie des Inscriptions & Belles-Lettres: 827–858.

Finkelstein, I. 2013. The Finds from the Rock-Cut Pool in Jerusalem and the Date of the Siloam Tunnel: An Alternative Interpretation. Semitica et Classica 6: 279–284.

Lipschits, O., Finkelstein, I. and Koch, I. 2014. Mound on the Mount: A Possible Solution to the Problem with Jerusalem, an Update. New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region VIII: 161–175.

Sapir-Hen, L., Gadot, Y. and Finkelstein, I. 2015. Animal Economy in Jerusalem and its Vicinity in the 8th-6th Centuries BCE: Relationship between A Temple City and its Countryside. New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Vicinity 9: 99–106.

Faigenbaum-Golovin, S., Rollston, C.A., Piasetzky, E., Sober, B. and Finkelstein, I. 2015. The Ophel (Jerusalem) Ostracon in Light of New Multispectral Images. Semitica 57: 113–137.

Finkelstein, I. and Gadot, Y. 2015. Mozah, Nephtoah and Royal Estates in the Jerusalem Highlands, Semitica et Classica 8: 227–234.

Sapir-Hen, L., Gadot, Y. and Finkelstein, I. 2016. Animal Economy in Jerusalem and its Countryside: Iron Age Jerusalem as a Case Study. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 375: 103–118.

Finkelstein, I. 2016. Jerusalem and Judah 600-200 BCE: Implications for Understanding Pentateuchal Texts. In: Dubovsky, P., Markl, D. and Sonnet, J.-P. eds., The Fall of Jerusalem and the Rise of the Torah, Tübingen: 3–18.

Römer, T. 2015. The Joseph Story in the Book of Genesis: Pre-P or Post-P? In: Giuntoli, F. and Schmid, K. eds., The Post-Priestly Pentateuch : New Perspectives on its Redactional Development and Theological Profiles (Forschungen zum Alten Testament 101). Tübingen: 185-201.

Römer, T. 2015. The Revelation of the Divine Name to Moses and the Construction of a Memory About the Origins of the Encounter Between Yhwh and Israel. In: Levy, T.E., Schneider, T. and Propp, W.H.C, eds., Israel’s Exodus in Transdisciplinary Perspective: Text, Archaeology, Culture, and Geoscience. Heidelberg: 305-315.

Römer, T. 2014. La périodisation de l’histoire de l’Israël ancien : constructions bibliques et historiques. ATALA 17: 87-100.

Römer, T. 2012. The Hebrew Bible as Crisis Literature. In: Berlejung, A. ed., Disaster and Relief Management. Katastrophen und ihre Bewältigung (FAT I/88). Tübingen: 157-177.