Books and Monographs
A. Biran, D. Ilan and R. Greenberg. Dan I. Jerusalem: Hebrew Union College, 1996.
E. Eisenberg, A. Gopher, and R. Greenberg. Tel Te’o — A Neolithic, Chalcolithic, and Early Bronze Age Site in The Hula Valley. Israel Antiquities Authority Reports 13. Jerusalem: Israel Antiquities Authority, 2001.
R. Greenberg. Early Urbanizations in the Levant: A Regional Narrative. New Approaches to Anthropological Archaeology. London: LeicesterUniversity Press, 2002.
R. Greenberg, E. Eisenberg, S. Paz and Y. Paz. Bet Yerah—The Early Bronze Age Mound: Vol. I—Excavation Reports 1933–1986. IAA Reports 30. Jerusalem: Israel Antiquities Authority, 2006.
R. Greenberg and A. Keinan. The Present Past of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Israeli Archaeology in the West Bank and East Jerusalem Since 1967. S. Daniel Abraham Center for International and Regional Studies: Research Paper 1. Tel Aviv, 2007.
R. Greenberg and A. Keinan. Israeli Archaeological Activity in the West Bank and East Jerusalem: A Sourcebook. Ostracon Press, 2009. 180 pp. digital database.
R. Greenberg and Y. Goren eds., Transcaucasian Migrants and the Khirbet Kerak Culture in the Third Millennium BCE (Tel Aviv 36/2). Tel Aviv 2009.
New Light on the Early Iron Age at Tell Beit Mirsim. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 265 (1987): 55–80.
The Ramat ha-Nadiv Tumulus Field: Preliminary Report. Israel Exploration Journal 42 (1992): 129–152.
R. Greenberg and N. Porat. A Third Millennium Levantine Pottery Production Center: The Typology, Petrography, and Provenance of the Metallic Ware of Northern Israel and Adjacent Regions. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 301 (1996): 5–24.
R. Greenberg, L.K. Horwitz, O. Lernau, H. Mienis, H. Khalaily and O. Marder. A Sounding at Tel Na`ama in the HulaValley. ‘Atiqot 35 (1998): 9–35.
An Early Bronze Age I and II Tomb at Gadot. ‘Atiqot 42 (2001): 79–94.
Early Bronze Age Megiddo and Bet Shean: Discontinuous Settlement in Socio-Political Context. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 16 (2003):17–32.
S. Bunimovitz and R. Greenberg. Revealed in their Cups: Syrian Drinking Practices in Intermediate Bronze Age Canaan. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 334 (2004): 19–32.
R. Greenberg and Y. Paz. The Early Bronze Age Fortifications of Tel Bet Yerah. Levant 37 (2005): 81–103.
R. Greenberg and G. Cinamon. Stamped and Incised Jar Handles from Rogem Gannim, and Their Implications for the Political Economy of Jerusalem, Late 8th–Early 4th Centuries BCE. Tel Aviv 33 (2006): 229–243.
What’s Cooking in EB II? In P. de Miroschedji and A. Maeir eds. I Will Speak the Riddles of Ancient Times: Archaeological and Historical Studies in Honor of Amihai Mazar on the Occasion of his Sixtieth Birthday. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2006. Pp. 39-47.
Transcaucasian Colors: Khirbet Kerak Ware at Khirbet Kerak (Tel Bet Yerah). In B. Lyonnet ed. Les cultures des Caucase (VIe–IIIe millénaires avant notre ère).Paris: CNRS Editions, 2007. Pp. 257–268.
Notes on the Early Bronze Age Pottery: The 1998–2000 Seasons. In I. Finkelstein, D. Ussishkin, and B. Halpern eds. Megiddo IV. Tel Aviv: Institute of Archaeology, 2006. Pp. 149–165.
Loyal Servants: Relations Between Archaeologists and the Establishment in Israel. In M. Feige and Z. Shiloni eds. An Axe to Grind: Archaeology and Nationalism in Israel. Ben GurionUniversity, 2008, pp. 105-119 (Hebrew).
Towards an Inclusive Archaeology in Jerusalem: The Case of Silwan/The City of David. Public Archaeology 8/1 (2009): 35-50.
Extreme Exposure: Archaeology in Jerusalem1967-2007. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 11(2009): 262-281.
M. Iserlis, R. Greenberg, R. Badalyan and Y. Goren. Bet Yerah, Aparan III and Karnut I: Preliminary Observations on Kura-Araxes Homeland and Diaspora Ceramic Technologies. TUBA-Ar 13 (2010): 245-262.
R. Greenberg and G. Cinamon. Excavations at the Rogem Gannim Site (Rujm at-Tarud), 2000–2006. ‘Atiqot 66 (2011): 79 – 106.
Traveling in (World) Time: Transformation, Commoditization, and the Beginnings of Urbanism in the Southern Levant. In T. Wilkinson, S. Sherratt and J. Bennet. eds. Interweaving Worlds: Systemic Interactions in Eurasia, 7th to 1st Millennia BC. Oxbow, 2011. Pp. 231-242.
Life in the City: Tel Bet Yerah in the Early Bronze Age. In M. Chesson ed. Life in Early Bronze Age Communities: Papers in Honor of Walter Rast and R. Thomas Schaub. WinonaLake: Eisenbrauns, 2011. Pp. 41-54.
Introduction: The Early Bronze Age. In M.L. Steiner and A.E. Killebrew eds. The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Levant (ca. 8000 – 332 BCE). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
R. Greenberg and G. Palumbi. Corridors and Colonies: Comparing Fourth-Third Millennia BC Interactions in Southeast Anatolia and the Levant. In A.B. Knapp and P. van Dommelen eds. The Cambridge Prehistory of the Bronze and Iron Age Mediterranean.