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Conder C.R. and Kitchener H.H., Survey of Western Palestine, Memories III 1883, 387.

Tristram, H.B., The Land of Israel (1866), 284-303.

Hadas, G., En Gedi, Excavations and Surveys in Israel 4 (1985), 25-26; 7/8 (1988/9), 51; Stone Anchors from the Dead Sea, Atiqot 21 (1992), 55-57; Where was the Harbour of En Gedi Situated? Israel Exploration Journal 43 (1993), 45-49; A Stone Anchor from the Dead Sea. The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 22 (1993), 89-90; Nine Tombs of the Second Temple Period at ‘En Gedi. Atiqot (1994) 24 (Hebrew, with English abstract); Arugot, Nahal, in: Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Ed. By Schiffman L. H. and VanderKam J. C., vol. 1, (2000), 67-68; Ein Gedi Water Mills. Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society 19-20, (2001-2), 71-93; Wood Industry in the Second Temple Period as reflected in ‘En Gedi Finds, Michmanim 16 (2002), 23-35 (Hebrew, English summary); Ancient Irrigation Agriculture in the Oasis of Ein Gedi and its Parallels, PhD. Thesis, Hebrew University in Jerusalem (2002) (Hebrew, including English abstract); Beer Barrels from Tel Goren, Ein Gedi. Revue Biblique 11-3 (2004), 409-418;   A Pyrite and Lemonite Mine near the Spring of ‘En Gedi. Atiqot 46 (2004), 127*; En Gedi. Hadashot Arkheologiyot 117 ((‏2005 (Electronic Journal); Excavations at the Village of ‘En Gedi: 1993-1995. Atiqot 49 (2005), 136-137 (Hebrew Summary); Agriculture in the Ein Gedi Oasis, in: Hirschfeld Y. (Ed.), Ein Gedi – “ A Very Large Village of Jews”, Catalogue 25, Hecht Museum, University of Haifa (2006) 33*-38*; Burials in Ein Gedi in the Late Second Temple Period, in: Hirschfeld Y. (Ed.), Ein Gedi – “ A Very Large Village of Jews”, Haifa, (2006), 39*-40*; ‘En Gedi. Hadashot Archeologiot 118 (2006) (Electronic Journal); These are Names of People from the Past – the Jewish residents of Ein Gedi, from the Iron Age to the Byzantine period. Reveu Biblique 113-2(2006): 181-187; Fritz Frank, a Templer, Surveyor of the ‘Arava Valley and Cucumber Grower in ‘Ein Gedi, Israel. Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society 24 (2006): 77-83; Pottery of Building 236, in: Stern E. (Ed.), En-Gedi Excavations I (2007), pp. 286-290; The Pottery of the Bathhouse, in: Stern E. (Ed.), En-Gedi Excavations I (2007), pp. 354-359; Roman Rock-Cut Tomb in the En-Gedi Oasis, in: Stern E. (Ed.), En-Gedi Excavations I  (2007), pp. 405-409; Lime Kiln near the En-Gedi Spring, in: Stern E. (Ed.), En-Gedi Excavations I  (2007), pp. 429-431; The Balsam Afarsemon and Ein Gedi during the Roman-Byzantine Period. Revue Biblique (2007) 114-2: 161-173; En Gedi: wooden coffins, flour mills, irrigation systems, anchors, settlements remains, in: Stern, E. (Ed.) The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land (2007) Vol. 5 (Supp.), pp. 1722-1724; Irrigation Agriculture in the Oasis of Ein Gedi and its Parallels in Oases around the Dead Sea in the Roman and Byzantine Periods. In: Ella Hermon (Ed.) L’eau comme partomine de la Mediterranee a l’America du Nord. Universite Laval, Canada. (2008): 413-427; En Gedi. Hadashot Arkheologiyot, Excavations and Surveys in Israel, 120 (2008).http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail_eng.asp?id=845 ; . Dead Sea Sailing Routes during the Herodian Period. Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society (2008) 26, 31-36; Ein Gedi. S.v. in John J. Collins and Daniel C. Harlow (Eds.) The Eerdmans Dictionary of Early Judaism. Grand Rapids, Mich. (2010) 569-570; Dead Sea Anchorages. Revue Biblique (2011) 118(2), 161-179; Hunting Traps Around En Gedi Oasis. Israel Exploration Journal (2011) 61, 2-11; . Midbashot in the Dead Sea Valley. Cathedra (2011) 140, 87-102 (Hebrew), 200 (English abstract).

Hadas, G. and Lifschitz, N. and Bonani, G., Two Ancient Wooden Anchors from Ein Gedi, on the the Dead Sea, Israel. The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 34.2 (2005): 307-315.

Hirschfeld Y. (Ed.), Ein Gedi “ A Very Large Village of Jews”, Catalogue 25, Hecht Museum, University of Haifa (2006).; Hirschfeld, Yizhar The Archaeology of the Dead Sea valley in the Late Hellenistic and Early Roman periods. Geographical Society of America, Special Paper (2006) 401: 215-229; Hirschfeld, Y., En Gedi Excavations II. Jerusalem, 2007.

Mazar, B. et al., En-Gedi, ‘Atiqot 5, 1966; Israel Exploration Journal 11 (1961), 76-77; 12 (1962), 145-146; 14 (1964), 121-130; 17 (1967), 133-143; in  Stern E. (Ed.), The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land, Jerusalem, Vol.2 (1993), 399-409.

Mienis, H. K. and Hadas, G. , Archaeomalacological Finds in the Vicinity of ‘En Gedi. 1. Molluscs found during an excavation in the “Old Roses”; 2. Landsnails recoverd from an ancient leopard trap. Triton, 6 (2002): 30-32; Archaeomalacological Finds in the Vicinity of ‘En Gedi. 3. Molluscs from an Ancient Aquaduct in Nahal ‘Arugot. Triton, 8 (2003): 33-34; Archaeomalacological Finds in the Vicinity of ‘En Gedi 4. Molluscs in an oven dating to the 1st Century CE. Triton , Journal of the Israel Malacological Society 11(2005): 31.

Nissenbaum A., Carmi I. and Hadas G., Dating of Ancient Anchors from the Dead Sea. Naturewissenschaften 77 (1990): 228-229.

Oron A., Hadas G., Liphschitz N., and Bonani G., A New Type of Composite Anchor Dated to the Fatimid-Crusader Period from the Dead Sea, Israel. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 37.2 (2007): 295–301.

 

Porat R., Eshel H., and Frumkin A.: Scribe’s Case from En Gedi. Israel Museum Studies in Archaeology 6 (2007): 3–12; Porat R. and Davidovich U.A Newly Discovered Cistern near the “First Century Building” near the Top of the ‘En-Gedi Ascent. IEJ 58 (2008): 73-78.

 

Stern, E., En-Gedi Excavations I, Conducted by B. Mazar and I. Dunayevski. Jerusalem, 2007.

Ussishkin, D., The  Ghassulian Shrine at En-Gedi, Tel Aviv 7 (1980): 1-44.

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