Earlier Research

Ben-Tor, A. 2000. Hazor and the Chronology of Northern Israel: A Reply to Israel Finkestein. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 317: 9-15.

Bradley, M. 2006. The Medieval Christian Cemetery at Tel Jezreel. Levant 38: 33-35.

Bradley, M. 1994. Preliminary Assessment of the Medieval Christian Burials from Tel Jezreel. Levant 26: 63-65.

Cameron, K., and Woodhead, J. 1999. Excavations at Tel Jezreel: Data Structure Report No.498. Centre for Field Archaeology, University of Edinburgh.

Cline, E.H. 2000. The Battles of Armageddon. Megiddo and the Jezreel Valley from the Bronze Age to the Nuclear Age. Ann Arbor.

Druks, A. 1967. Ancient Sites in Jezreel Valley. Teradion 1967: 290-303.

Finkelstein, I. 2011. Stages in the Territorial Expansion of the Northern Kingdom. Vetus Testamentum 61: 227-242.

Finkelstein, I. 2003. City-States to States: Polity Dynamics in the 10th-9th Centuries B.C.E.. In Dever, W.G. and Gitin, S., eds., Symbiosis, Symbolism, and the Power of the Past. Winona Lake.

Finkelstein, I. 2000. Omride Architecture. ZDPV 116: 114-138.

Finkelstein, I., Halpern, B., Lehmann, G., and Nimann, H.M. 2006. The Megiddo Hinterland Project. In Finkelstein, I., Ussishkin, D., and Halpern, B., eds., Megiddo IV: The 1998-2002 Seasons. Tel Aviv. 

Finkelstein, I. and Piasetzky, E. 2007. Radiocarbon, Iron IIa Destructions and the Israel-Aram Damascus Conflicts in the 9th Century BCE. Ugarit-Forschungen 39: 261-276.

Franklin, N. 2008. Jezreel: Before and After Jezebel. In Grabbe, L.L., ed., Israel in Transition: From Late Bronze II to Iron IIa (c. 1250-850 B.C.E.). Vol. 1. T & T Clark International: 45-53.

Gophna, R. and Shlomi, V. 1997. Some notes on Early Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age material from the sites of En Jezreel and Tel Jezreel. Tel Aviv 24/1: 73-82.

Grey, A.D. 1994. The Pottery of the Later Periods from Tel Jezreel: an Interim Report. Levant 26: 51-62. 

Kletter, R. 1997. Clay Figurines and Scale Weights from Tel Jezreel. Tel Aviv 24: 110-121.

Mitchell, P. 2006. Child Health in the Crusader Period Inhabitants of Tel Jezreel, Israel. Levant 38: 37-44.

Mitchell, P. 1997. Further Evidence of Disease in the Crusader Period Population of Le Petit Gérin (Tel Jezreel), Tel Aviv 24/1:169-179.

Mitchell, P. 1994. Pathology in The Crusader Period: Human Skeletal Remains From Tel Jezreel. Levant 26: 67-71.

Moorhead T.S.N. 1997. The Late Roman, Byzantine and Umayyad Periods at Tel Jezreel, Tel Aviv 24/1: 129-166.

Na’aman, N. 2008. Nabot’s Vineyard and the Foundation of Jezreel. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 33: 197-218.

Na’aman, N 1997. Historical and Literary Notes on the Excavation of Tel Jezreel. Tel Aviv 24/1: 122-128.

Napier, B.D. 1959. The Omrides of Jezreel. Vetus Testamentum 9/1-4: 366-378.

Niemann, H.M. 2006. Core Israel in the Highlands and its Periphery: Megiddo, the Jezreel Valley and the Galilee in the 11th to 8th Centuries BCE. In: Finkelstein, I.Ussishkin, D. and Halpern, B. (eds.). Megiddo IV: The 1998-2002 Seasons. Tel Aviv: 821-842.

Oeming, M. 1989. Der Tell Jesreel. Studien zur Topographie, Archäologie und Geschichte. Jahrbuch des Deutschen Evangelischen Instituts für Altertumswissenschaft des Heiligen Landes [Nachfolge des Palästina-Jahrbuches], Band 1: 56-76.

Oredsson. D. 1998. Jezreel – Its contribution to iron age chronology. Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 12/1: 86-101.

Petersen, A. 2002. A Gazetteer of Buildings in Muslim Palestine: Volume I (British Academy Monographs in Archaeology), Oxford University Press: 322-323.

Porat, P. 1997. A Fragmentary Greek Inscription from Tel Jezreel. Tel Aviv 24/1: 167-168.

Portugali, J. 1982. A Field Methodology for Regional Archaeology (The Jezreel Valley Survey, 1981). Tel Aviv 9: 170-188.

Raban, A. 1982. The Beginning of Agricultural Settlement in the Jezreel Valley. Bulletin of ‘Emeq Yizre’el Regional Council 22: 33-38 (Hebrew).

Schumacher, G. 1902. Remains of a Mediaeval Christian Church at Zer’īn. American Journal of Archaeology 6/3:338-339.

Shai, A. 2006. The Fate of Abandoned Arab Villages in Israel, 1965-1969. History & Memory 18/2: 86-106.

Shuval, M. 1994. A Seal Impression from Tel Jezreel. Levant 26: 49-50.

Simpson, St John. 2002. Ottoman Pipes from Zir’in (Tell Jezreel). Levant 34: 159-172.

Singer, A. 1967. The Soils of the Jezreel Valley. Teradion: 191-198

Ussishkin, D. 2010. Jezreel: Where Jezebel Was Thrown to the Dogs. Biblical Archaeology Review 36/4. 

Ussishkin, D. 2007. Samaria, Jezreel and Megiddo: Royal Centres of Omri and Ahab. In Grabbe., L.L., ed., Ahab Agonistes: The Rise and Fall of the Omri Dynasty. New York.

Ussishkin, D. 2000. The Credibility of the Tel Jezreel Excavations: A Rejoinder to Amnon Ben-Tor. Tel Aviv 27/2: 248-256.

Ussishkin, D. 1995. Jezreel, Samaria and Megiddo: Royal Centres of Omri and Ahab. In Emerton, J.M., ed., Congress Volume: Cambridge. Brill: 351-64.

Ussishkin, D. and Woodhead, J. 1997. Excavations at Tel Jezreel 1994-1996: Third Preliminary Report. Tel Aviv 24/1: 6-72.

Ussishkin, D. and Woodhead, J. 1994. Excavations at Tel Jezreel 1992-1993: Second Preliminary ReportLevant 26: 1-48.

Ussishkin, D. and Woodhead, J. 1992. Excavations at Tel Jezreel 1990-1991: Preliminary Report. Tel Aviv 19/1: 3-56.

Williamson, H.G.M. 1996. Tel Jezreel and the Dynasty of Omri. Palestine Exploration Quarterly 128: 41-51.

Williamson, H.G.M. 1991. Jezreel in the Biblical Texts. Tel Aviv 18/1: 72-92.

Yeivin, Z. 1967. The Jezreel Valley from the Second Temple Period to the Days of the Establishment of the ‘National Home’. Teradion 1967: 115-122.

Yogev O. 1988–1989. Tel Yizre‘el –October 1987-January 1988.  Excavations and Surveys in Israel 7-8: 191–195.

Zimhoni, O. 1997. Clues from the Enclosure-fills: Pre-Omride Settlement at Tel Jezreel Tel Aviv 24/1: 83-109.

Zimhoni, O. 1992. The Iron Age Pottery from Tel Jezreel. An Interim Report. Tel Aviv 19/1: 57-70.

Zori, N. 1962. An Archaeological Survey of the Beth Shean Valley. In Aviram, Y., ed. The Beth Shean Valley (Papers from the Seventeenth Archaeological Conference in Israel). Jerusalem: 135-198 (Hebrew).