Prof. Ran Zadok

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Prof. emeritus. Ran Zadok

Tel Aviv University

The Sonia and Marco Nadler

Institute of Archaeology

Tel Aviv



Tel. +972-3-6485925 (home),  054-4666429 (mobile), Fax. +972-3-6407237,

Curriculum Vitae

16.9.1944 - Born in Petah-Tikva, Israel


Ran Zadok is specialising in the history and philology of  the  Fertile Crescent, especially Mesopotamia,  and of western Iran, mainly, but not exclusively,  between 1200 and 330 BCE. His research interests fall under eight main themes as revealed by his publications (what follows serves also as a topical index to his  Publications section)

  • 1. Foreign minorities in Mesopotamia during the 1st millennium BCE:

Arameans in  upper Mesopotamia during the early Chaldean period (B/85);

Arameans and Arabians in Babylonia  (A/1, B/144, 145, E/8, 10);

North Syrians in Chaldean and Achaemenid Babylonia (B/19, 22); 

 Chaldeans in Babylonia c. 900-550 BCE (E/10); 

Arabians in Mesopotamia in the 1st millennium BCE (B/24, 66, 85, 157);

Phoenicians and  Philistines in Sargonid Assyria (B/15, 84, 91, 95);

Phoenicians, Philistines and Moabites in Chaldean and Achaemenid Babylonia (B/15, 84);

Other Transjordanians in Babylonia (B/91);

Israelites-Judeans in Assyria (A/2, 7, B/28, 39, 73, 77, 84, 85, 91, 95, 146,   E/7;  the core of the pertinent textual corpus is translated into Hebrew in B/39)

Judeans in Babylonia during the Chaldean and Achaemenid periods (A/2, 7, B/28, 42, 73,77,  84, 91, 146,  E/7, 11; the core of the pertinent textual corpus translated into Hebrew in A/3 and F/2). Their socio-economic situation is discussed in B/8.

Assyrians in Sargonid, Chaldean and Achaemenid Babylonia  (B/45, 84, 115); 

West Semites and various non-Semites in Neo-Assyrian sources (the onomastic evidence,  A/ 9-11);  

Egyptians in Sargonid Assyria (B/10);

Egyptians in Chaldean,  Achaemenid and Hellenistic Babylonia (B/10, 19, 35, 75, 152, E/8); 

Anatolians in Assyria (B/80, 162); 

Anatolians in Chaldean and Achaemenid Babylonia (B/19, 80,  152);

Greeks in Chaldean and Achaemenid Babylonia (B/152);

Hurro-Urartians in Assyria (B/84, 128);

Peoples from the Armenian Plateau in Chaldean and Achaemenid Babylonia (B/19);

  • 2.  History and Historical Geography of the Fertile Crescent,  1200-330 BCE:

The early history of the Arameans in  upper Mesopotamia  (B/68, 111,  E/1, 9),

Historical geography of upper Mesopotamia  (B/119, 175);

 Historical geography of  Babylonia in the the 1st millennium BCE  (A/5, B/50, 94, D/20, 21),

Historical geography of northeastern Babylonia  (B/84, 87, 126);

Historical geography of northern and central Babylonia (B/95, 124);

Borsippa and its  region  (B/95, 155, 158);

The socio-economic structure of Borsippa (A/14, B/170);

Historical geography of  the Nippur region during the late-Assyrian, Chaldean and Achaemenid periods (B/17),

Historical geography of several    Babylonian regions  (B/8, 95, 147);

Historical geography of upper Mesopotamia (B/69, 147, 168, D/11 [notably  Qatara]);

Historical geography of Assyria (B/157);  

The ethno-linguistic character of upper Mesopotamia and Assyria proper (E/3, 5);   

Cults in Assyria and upper Mesopotamia  (E/6);

Historical geography of  Mesopotamia and northern Syria (B/61);

History of the Arameans in  northern Syria (B/44);   

The ethno-linguistic character and geographical distribution of the population from the kingdom of Emar (B/70);

Historical geography of northern Syria and Lebanon (B/92, 95); 

Historical geography of Lebanon  (B/30);

Early Israelite history (B/ 91);

Israelite-Judean history (B/161);

The historicity of the genealogical-prosopographical lists in the OT (B/122);

Historical geography of Greater Esdraelon (diachronic, B/166);

Prosopography of Samaria (B/123),

Old Testament prosopography  (B/58, 67, 77, 122);

Historical geography of   Judah  (B/18, 60);

History and prosopography of Achaemenid Judah  (B/169);

Philistia  (B/161);

Philistian history (B/13); 

Prosopography of Philistia (B/161);

Idumean chronology (B/105);

Prosopography of Idumea (B/121, 131); 

  • 3. The ethno-linguistic character of  the Fertile Crescent in the 2nd millennium BCE:

Historical geography of the Fertile Crescent  (D/16); Proto-Arameans and  Suteans  (B/49); 

Hurrians in upper Mesopotamia  (D/28);

Hurrian and other non-Semitic names from Emar  (B/63);

Historical geography of northern Syria (D/13);

Historical geography and prosopography of Canaan  (D/17, E/4).

  • 4.  The ethno-linguistic character of  the Semitic-speaking population of the Levant in the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods and that of Mesopotamia in the Parthian and Sassanian periods  (B/95, 112, 121 and   B/130  respectively).  
  • 5.   Connections between the Pre-Hellenistic Fertile Crescent and western Iran (including Kurdistan,  the eastern part of Armenian Plateau and the Persian Gulf):

Population groups from Iran  in Babylonia during the 2nd half of the  3rd millennium BCE as well as connections between western Iran and Mesopotamia  then (B/80, 81); Population groups from Iran  in Babylonia during the 2nd millennium BCE as well as connections between western Iran and Mesopotamia  then (B/57);

 Connections between Babylonia  and western Iran in the 6th century BCE  (B/6);

Babylonian-Elamite connections in the 1st millennium BCE  (B/167);

Historical geography and ethno-linguistic character of northwestern Iran and Kurdistan in the Neo-Assyrian period (A/8, B/26, 146);

Historical geography of  Media (B/127, 132, 133);

Anthroponymy of  Media (B/133);

Historical geography of western Iran in the Chaldean, Achaemenid and Hellenistic periods (A/5),

Westerners in Zamua and  northeast of Assyria proper (B/84);

Historical geography of   Tilwun  (B/26);   

Iranians in Sargonid Assyria (A/8);

Iranians in Achaemenid Babylonia (B/12, 26, 146; D/22);

Old Iranian names in Neo/Late-Babylonian (B/2, 3, 13, 33, 80, 84, 110, 124, 128);

Phonology of Old Iranian material in LB  (D/1);

Notes on DB esp. the rendering of the Iranian material in LB  (D/9);

Deportations from northwestern Media to Philistia  (B/59);

Old Iranian name from Samaria, (B/131, p. 664);

Old Iranian names in Imperial Aramaic (B/54, 84, D/15);

Old Iranian names in the Old Testament (B/4, 53, 159);  

Old Iranian anthroponmy (B/26, 37, 40, 43, 55, 65,  72, 134, 137);

Old Iranian  lexicography (B/25, 37, 43, 122, 124);  Elamites in Babylonia (B/84);

Babylonian workmen in Elam (B/86);

Egyptians in Elam (B/75);

Judeans in Achaemenid Susiana (B/41);

Elamite onomastics  (A/4, B/34, 37, 64,  71);

Elamite  lexicography (B/37, 82);

Kassites and other  peoples from  northwestern Iran in Chaldean and Achaemenid Babylonia (B/19);

Kassites  (B/47);

Kassite  onomastics (B/43, 55, 65, 128); 

Hurrian names in 2nd-millennium Mesopotamia  (B/40, 43, 55, 78, 80);

Atypical and strange names (B/78, 84);

Hurrian toponyms  (B/122);

Indo-Aryan and other non-Semitic names  (B/ 43, 55);   

Non-Semitic names in Neo-Assyrian and Neo/Late-Babylonian sources (B/20).

  • 6.  West Semitic (including biblical)  epigraphy, lexicography,  anthroponymy and toponymy:  

Aramaic epigraphy (B/31, 159);

Lexicography  from OB Mari (B/76);

Lexicography  from MB Emar (B/74);

Aramaic  lexicography (mˤṣrt "wine- or oil-press",   B/131, p. 601);

Aramaic lexicography in Akkadian rendering  (B/43, 62, 84, 95; D/8);

Aramaic-Hebrew lexicography (B/38, 77);

 Biblical lexicography- comparative method  (B/29, 32, 158);

Anthroponymy of the ancient Near East  (C/5); 

Amorite onomastics  (B/79; D/11);

onomastics   of Canaan in the 2nd millennium BCE (B/77);  

Amarna anthroponymy (D/23);

Emar anthroponymy (B/74);

West Semitic onomasticon from Mesopotamia in the 1st millennium BCE (B/13, 32, 43,   131; D/8);

The West Semitic onomasticon from 1st millennium Babylonia, semantics of theophorous anthroponyms  (D/6);

Phonology of  West Semitic anthroponyms from 1st millennium Babylonia  (D/2);  

West Semitic onomasticon in Neo-Assyrian sources (A/9-11, B/80, 84,  114, 159);

Syro-Palestinian names in Neo-Assyrian sources (B/13);

West Semitic anthroponymy from 1st-millennium Mesopotamia  (D/16);

West Semitic anthroponymy in  NB/LB  (B/80, 88; D/19);

West Semitic onomastics (A/1-3; B/8, 9, 11, 13);

West Semitic  anthroponymy (B/46, 72);

Old Syriac onomastics  (B/130);

Phoenician anthroponymy  (B/91);

Philistian anthroponymy (B/91, 147,  161);

Hebrew-Canaanite anthroponymy  (B/77, 111);

Biblical   anthroponymy including Israelite-Judean names in West Semitic epigraphy, cuneiform and Egyptian (A/6; B/60, 77, 103, 147, 159; D/10); 

Biblical anthroponymy of non-Israelites (B/21, 29);

Non-Hebrew names in the Bible and epigraphical sources referring to Israelites-Judeans  (B/52);

Post-Biblical Hebrew anthroponymy  (D/10);

Post-Biblical Jewish anthroponymy  (B/56, 83);

Anthroponymy of Samaria (B/51);

South Transjordanian anthroponymy (B/91);

Idumean anthroponymy   (B/91, 131);

Arabian anthroponymy (B/24, 111, 147);

Arabian compound names (including anthroponyms beginning with prepositions and particles (B/131);

Amorite toponymy (B/95);

Neo/Late-Babylonian toponymy (B/14, 23, 80, 84);

Toponymy of Assyria proper and adjacent regions (B/14, 84, 114; D/16);

Syro-Palestinian toponymy (B/7, 18,  91, 147, 148);

Toponymy of Lebanon (B/7, 67, 95);

Phoenician  toponymy  (B/14, 91);  

Levantine toponyms in  the Old Testament, Amarna, and sources  from the Hellenistic-Roman age as well as survivals  (B/7, 21, 89, 131);

Toponyms in   Akkadian sources  from Canaan  (B/21, 89);

Toponyms in post-Biblical sources (B/16, 38, 89);

Toponymy of Samaria (B/51);

Philistian toponymy  (B/89, 91);  

Ancient survivals in modern Palestinian and other Levantine Arabic toponymy (B/7, 48, 89, 90, 131,  147, 166,  172). 

  • 7. Neo-Assyrian texts and archives (with ethno-linguistic and socio-economic implications):

Tablets  from Tel Hadid  (B/129);

Archives (B/160, 171);

Theophorous elements  (E/6).

  • 8.  Neo- and Late-Babylonian (NB/LB) texts:

Editions (including partial ones): A/12, 14, 84,  86, 93, 95, 96, 97, 99, 100,  101,   102,   106, 107,   109, 113,  117,  120, 125, 131 [NB "slave tag", 661-662], 135, 136, 138,  139, 140, 141, 146, 147,   149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 158, 163, 165, 170, 174, D/19, 26, E/2, 7, 8.

Lexicography (B/25, 27, 32, 36, 37, 43, 46, 103, 106, 107, 113, 118,   135, 138);  

NB/LB prosopography (B/25);

Transcriptions of Greek names in LB (B/37);

A Babylonian culinary practice  (B/18).


1968 - B.A., Tel Aviv University (History of the Middle East and History of the People of Israel)
1971 - M.A., Hebrew University (History of the People of Israel, summa cum laude)
1975 - Ph.D., Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Assyriology and Iranian Studies, summa cum laude)
Dissertation: Nippur during the Achaemenid period: Geographical and Ethnic Aspects (supervisors: Profs. H. Tadmor and S. Shaked)
1973-1975 - Studies, University of Cambridge, England (Iranian philology under Prof. I. Gershevitch; not for any degree)


1969-1972 - Bibliographer, Encyclopaedia Biblica Instituti Bialik, Jerusalem
1971-1972 - Assistant, Dept. of Assyriology, Hebrew University
1975-1981 - Lecturer of Mesopotamian, Iranian and Judaic Studies, Tel Aviv University
1976-1977 - Research Associate (part time), Dept. of Hebrew and Semitic Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel
1977-1982 - Lecturer (part time), History of the People of Israel, University of Haifa, Israel
1981-1982 - Visiting Senior Lecturer, School of Advanced Studies, Hebrew University (part time)
1981-1986 - Senior Research Associate in Mesopotamian, Iranian and Judaic Studies, Tel Aviv University
1985 - Visiting Senior Lecturer, School of Jewish Studies (Juedische Hochschule), University of Heidelberg, Germany
1986-1991 - Principal Research Associate (= Associate Research Professor) in Mesopotamian, Iranian and Judaic Studies, Tel Aviv University
1991 to present - Full Professor of Mesopotamian, Iranian and Judaic Studies, Tel Aviv University (Emertus as from 1.10.2012)
2009 - Participated in the preliminary survey at Tel Azeka

Active Participation in Scientific Meetings

1983 - Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Leiden, Holland
1983 - Deutscher Orientalistentag, Tuebingen, Germany
1987 - Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Istanbul, Turkey
1992 - Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Heidelberg, Germany
1993 - Conference on Neo-Assyrian Geography, Universita La Sapienza, Rome, Italy
1994 - Conference on Mutual Influences between Peoples and Cultures in the Ancient Near East, University of Haifa
1996 - Conference on the Bible, Israel and the Ancient Near East (in honour of Prof. M. Heltzer), University of Haifa
1997 - Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Venice, Italy
1998 - Y. Aharoni Memorial Conference, Tel Aviv University, Institute of Archaeology
1999 - 2nd Conference on Aramaic Argillary Texts, University of Tuebingen, Germany
2001 - Conference on Judah and the Judeans in the Neo-Babylonian Period. Tel Aviv University
2002 - Conference of the History of Iraqi Jewry,Or-Yehuda,Israel
2004, 2009- Annual conference of the Israeli Association of Assyriology. Tel Aviv University
2007- Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Moscow and Saint-Petersburg, Russia

2008- Symposium on Iranian Onomastics. Austrian Acadmy of Siences, Viana

2010- Workshop on Chaldeans, Arameans and Arbians. Leipzig, Germany.

2010-  The Ancient Near East in the 12th-10th Centuries BCE : Culture and History, conference, University of Haifa, 2-5.5.10

2011- Computer-Aided Research of Historical Archives in the Humanities. Workshop, TAU, 22.5.11

2011 - “Encounters by the Rivers of Babylon: Scholarly Conversations between Jews, Iranians and Babylonians” . conference, Hebrew University, Scholion – Interdisciplinary Research Center in Jewish Studies May 23-25.5.11

2011-  Exile and Return: the Babylonian Context. Workshop London, UCL,10-12.11.11 

2013- Living in an Ancient Multi-Cultural society: the Case of the Egyptians in Early Iron Age Mesopotamia, Castellans (near Basel), 21.10-3.11.13.

Research Trips

1978 - Chicago (The Chicago Assyrian Dictionary) and Tuebingen (Tuebinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients)
1975, 1995, 2000, 2006 - Cambridge, England (Babylonian tablets in the Fitzwilliam Museum)
1980-2009 - Boston and Philadelphia (Babylonian tablet collections)
1989, 1991, 1994-1998, 2000-2004, 2005 - Philadelphia (Babylonian tablet collection)
1990-2009 (twice or three times a year) - The British Museum, London (Babylonian tablets)
1994-2013 - New Haven and Boston (Babylonian tablets at Yale and Harvard Universities)
1995, 2000-2002, 2005 - New York (Babylonian tablets at the Columbia University and the New York Public Library)
1996-2000,2002, 2007 - Claremont Graduate University (Babylonian tablets)
1998-2002 - Geneva, Switzerland (Babylonian tablets)
1998, 1999 - University of Helsinki, Finland (adviser for the project Prosopography of the Neo-Assyrian Empire)
2000-2002 - Oxford, Ashmolean Museum (Babylonian tablets) and Salt Lake City (Babylonian tablets)
2001, 2002 - Mainz, Roemisch-Germanisches Museum (Babylonian tablets)
2002-2005 - Berrien Springs MI, Horn Archaeological Museum (Babylonian tablets)
2005, 2008, 2009 - Smith College (Northampton, MA) - Tablet Collection
2007 - World Heritage Museum (Urbana, Illinois)- Tablet Collection
2007 - Catholic University of America, Washington, DC - Tablet Collection

Endowments and Prizes

1973-1975 - Endowment from the Hebrew University for study in Britain

1977-1978 - The Warburg Prize, Hebrew University

1979-1981 - Endowment from the Ben-Zvi Foundation, Jerusalem

1979-2013- Endowments from the Israel Science Foundation (administered by the Israel Academy of Sciences)

1981 - The Shefi Prize, Tel Aviv University

1982-1984 Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, University of Tuebingen

1989 - Endowment from the Yaniv Foundation, Tel Aviv University

1991-1992, 1999-2003 - Endowment from the Basic Research Fund, Tel Aviv University

Since 1975 - Graduate Society, University of Cambridge, England (life member of Jesus college). 


MA Students
Sivan Kedar (together with Dr. Y. Cohen)

R.  Zadok has been a member of numerous ad hoc committees of Tel Aviv University. He also evaluates articles and monographs in peer-reviewed periodicals and series worldwide. 



A. Books

1. 1978. On West Semites in Babylonia during the Chaldean and Achaemenian Periods: An Onomastic Study. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, xvi + 437 pp.

2. 1979. The Jews in Babylonia during the Chaldean and Achaemenian Periods according to Babylonian Sources. Studies in the History of the Jewish People and the Land of Israel. Monograph Series 3. Haifa: Haifa University, vii + 155 pp.

3. 1979. Sources for the History of the Jews in Babylonia during the Chaldean and Achaemenian Periods with an Appendix on West Semitic Names in 1st-Millennium Mesopotamia. Jerusalem: Academon, 86 pp (in Hebrew) + 46 pp. (English).

4. 1984. The Elamite Onomasticon. Supplemento n. 40 agli Annali dell'Istituto Orientale di Napoli 44: 83 pp., Naples.

5. 1985. Geographical Names according to Neo- and Late-Babylonian Texts. Répertoire géographique des textes cunéiformes 8 (with a map; edited by W. Röllig). Wiesbaden: Reichert, lxx + 428 pp.

6. 1988. The Pre-Hellenistic Israelite Anthroponymy and Prosopography. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 28. Leuven: Peeters, xxvi + 465 pp.

7. 2002. The Earliest Diaspora: Israelites and Judeans in Pre-Hellenistic Mesopotamia. Publications of the Diaspora Research Institute, 151. Tel Aviv: The Diaspora Research Institute, 93 pp+map.

8. 2002. The Ethno-Linguistic Character of Northwestern Iran and Kurdistan in the Neo-Assyrian Period. Tel Aviv: Archaeological Center Publications. 164pp+map and chart, 

9. 1998-99. (co-author) K. Radner, The Prosopgraphy of the Neo-Assyrian Empire 1. Helsinki: The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project.

10. 2000-2001. (co-author) H.D Baker, The Prosopgraphy of the Neo-Assyrian Empire 2. Helsinki: The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project.

11. 2002-2011. (co-author) H.D. Baker, The Prosopgraphy of the Neo-Assyrian Empire 3. Helsinki: The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project.

12. 2006. (co-author) Sigrist, M. and Walker, C.B.F. Catalogue of the Babylonian Tablets in the British Museum 3. London: The British Museum Press.

13.  2009. Iranische Personennamen in der neu- und spätbabylonischen Nebenüberlieferung. Iranisches Personennamenbuch 7/1B. Oesterreichische Akaqdemie der

      Wissenschaften, Phil-hist. Kl. Sitzungsberichte (= SÖAW) 777. Vienna: Oesterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften.

14. 2009. Catalogue of Documents from Borsippa or Related to Borsippa in the British Museum 1. NISABA 21. Messina : Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antiquità dell’Università

degli Studi di Messina.

B. Articles

1. 1973. The Jews in Babylonia: Occupations and Geographical Distribution. Beer-Sheva 1, 174-198, (in Hebrew).

2. 1975. Iranian Names in Late-Babylonian Documents. Indo-Iranian Journal 17, 245-247.

3. 1976.On Some Iranian Names in Late-Babylonian Documents. Israel Oriental Studies 6, 65-70.

4. 1976.On Five Iranian Names in the Old Testament. Vetus Testamentum 26, 246-247.

5. 1976. Three Iranian Words in Late-Babylonian Documents. Bibliotheca Orientalis 33, 5-6.

6. 1976. On the Connections between Iran and Babylonia in the 6th Century B.C. Iran 14: 61-78.

7. 1976. Syro-Palestinian Parallels to Lebanese Toponyms. Bibliotheca Orientalis 33, 304-310.

8. 1976. Historical and Geographical Notes. The Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of the Columbia University 8, 113-126.

9. 1977. On Five Biblical Names. Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 89, 266-268.

10.1977. On Some Egyptians in First-Millennium Mesopotamia. Göttinger Miszellen 26, 63-68.

11.1977. On the Toponym Hl/l2kr. Tel Aviv 4, 174.

12. 1977. Iranians and Individuals Bearing Iranian Names in Achaemenian Babylonia. Israel Oriental Studies 7, 89-138.

13. 1977/78. Geographical and Onomastic Notes. Die Welt des Orients 9, 35-56, 240-241.

14.1978. West Semitic Toponyms in Assyrian and Babylonian Sources. In Y. Avishur and J. Blau (eds.), Studies in Bible and the ancient Near East presented to S.E. Loewenstamm. Jerusalem: Rubinstein, 163-179.

15. 1978. Phoenicians, Philistines and Moabites in Mesopotamia in the First Millennium B.C. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 230, 57-65.

16. 1978. Two Talmudic Notes. The Jewish Quaterly Review 68, 255-256.

17. 1978. Historical Geography of the Nippur Region during the Late-Assyrian, Chaldean and Achaemenian Periods. Israel Oriental Studies 8, 266-332.

18. 1979. Khirbet Be:t E:nu:n. Israel Exploration Journal 29, 62.

19. 1979. On Some Foreign Population Groups in First-Millennium Babylonia. Tel Aviv 6, 164-181.

20. 1979. On Some Non-Semitic Names in Cuneiform Sources. Beitraege zur Namenforschung, Neue Folge 14, 294-301.

21. 1980. Notes on the Biblical and Extra-Biblical Onomasticon. The Jewish Quaterly Review 71: 107-117.

22. 1980. An Additional Note on Ma:kha:zi:n. Tel Aviv 7, 110.

23. 1981. The Toponymy of the Nippur Region within the General Framework of the Mesopotamian Toponymy. Die Welt des Orients 12, 39-69.

24. 1981. Arabians in Mesopotamia during the Late-Assyrian, Chaldean, Achaemenian and Hellenistic Periods. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 131, 42-84.

25. 1981. Babylonian Notes. Bibliotheca Orientalis 38, 547-551.

26.  1981/2. Iranian and Babylonian Notes. Archiv für Orientforschung 28, 135-139.

27. 1982. Three Non-Akkadian Words in Late-Babylonian Documents. Journal of the American Oriental Society 102, 115-117.

28. 1982. Notes on the Early History of the Israelites and Judeans in Mesopotamia. Orientalia nova series 51, 391-393.

29. 1982. Remarks on Ezra and Nehemiah. Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 94, 296-298.

30. 1982. The Location of Kpr Sgb. The Jewish Quaterly Review 72: 119-120.

31. 1982. Remarks on the Inscription of Hdys?y from Tall Fakhariya. Tel Aviv 9: 117-129.

32. 1982. Lexical, Onomastic and Geographical Notes. Revue d'Assyriologie 76: 174-178.

33. 1983. More Iranians in Achaemenian Babylonia. Indo-Iranian Journal 26, 319-320.

34. 1983. A Tentative Structural Analysis of Elamite Hypocoristica. Beiträge zur Namenforschung, Neue Folge 18, 93-120.

35. 1983. On Some Egyptians in Babylonia. Göttinger Miszellen 64, 73-75.

36. 1983. N/LB Rab-ba:ne: < Aram. Rabba:ne: 'Nobles'. Revue d'Assyriologie 77: 192.

37. 1983. Lexical and Onomastic Notes. Oriens Antiquus 22: 217-220.

38. 1983. Linguistic Aspects of Some Names in the Baraitha “Boundaries of Eretz-Israel”. Cathedra 27, 47-48, (in Hebrew).

39. 1983. Selected Sources on the History of the Israelite Exiles in Assyria. Shnaton 5/6: 223-226, (in Hebrew).

40. 1984. On Some Non-Semitic Names in the Ancient Near East. Beiträge zur Namenforschung, Neue Folge 19: 385-389.

41. 1984. On the Historical Background of the Book of Esther. Biblische Notizen 24, 18-23.

42. 1984. Some Jews in Babylonian Documents. The Jewish Quaterly Review 74: 294-297.

43. 1984. Assyro-Babylonian Lexical and Onomastic Notes. Bibliotheca Orientalis 41: 33-46.

44. 1984. On the Historical Background of the Sefi:re Treaty. Annali dell'Istituto Orientale di Napoli 44, 529-538.

45. 1984. (June). Assyrians in Chaldean and Achaemenian Babylonia. Assur 4/3, .

46. 1984. New Documents from the Chaldean and Achaemenian Periods. Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica 15, 65-75.

47. 1984. The Origin of the Name Shinar. Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 74, 240-244.

48. 1985. Notes on Modern Palestinian Toponymy. Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins 101: 156-161.

49. 1985. Suteans and Other West Semites during the Latter Half of the Second Millennium B.C. Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica 16: 59-70.

50. 1985. Zur Geographie Babyloniens während des sargonidischen, chaldäischen, achämenidischen und hellenistischen Zeitalters. Die Welt des Orients 16, 19-79.

51. 1985. Samarian Notes. Bibliotheca Orientalis 42, 567-572.

52. 1986. Notes on Esther. Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 98, 105-110.

53. 1986. Die nichthebräischen Namen der Israeliten vor dem hellenistischen Zeitalter. Ugarit Forschungen 17, 386-398.

54. 1986. On Some Iranian Names in Aramaic Documents from Egypt. Indo-Iranian Journal 29, 41-44.

55. 1986. Some Non-Semitic Names in Akkadian Sources. Beiträge zur Namenforschung, Neue Folge 21, 243-248.

56. 1987. Zur Struktur der nachbiblischen jüdischen Personennamen semitischen Ursprungs. Trumah (Jahrbuch der Hochschule für jüdische Studien, Heidelberg) 1, 243-343.

57. 1987. Peoples from the Iranian Plateau in Babylonia during the Second Millennium B.C. Iran 25, 1-26.

58. 1988. Notes on the Prosopography of the Old Testament. Biblische Notizen 42: 44-48.

59. 1988. (together with Nadav Na'aman). Sargon II's Deportations to Israel and Philistia (716-708 B.C.). Journal of Cuneiform Studies 40, 36-46.

60. 1988. A Note on hSn>h. Vetus Testamentum 38: 483-485.

61. 1989. Notes on the Historical Geography of Mesopotamia and Northern Syria. Abr Nahrain 27, 154-169.

62. 1989. Gaba>. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 47.

63. 1989/90. On the Onomastic Material from Emar. Die Welt des Orients 20/21, 45-61.

64. 1990. Some Elamite Names in Mesopotamian Sources. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires.39.

65. 1990. On Some Kassite and Iranian Names in Mesopotamia. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires.72.

66. 1990. On Early Arabians in the Fertile Crescent. Tel Aviv 17, 223-231.

67. 1990. Studies in Biblical Prosopography and Ancient Canaanite-Hebrew Onomastics and Its Survivals. in Adler, J.J. (ed.), Haim M.I. Gevaryahu Memorial Volume, Jerusalem: World Jewish Bible Center, 137-140 (in Hebrew).

68. 1991. Elements of Aramean Pre-History. in Cogan, M. and Eph'al, I.  (eds.), Ah Assyria. Studies in Assyrian History and Ancient Near Eastern Historiography Presented to Hayim Tadmor. Jerusalem: Magnes, 104-117.

69.  1991. Geographical and Topographical Notes. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 70.

70. 1991. Notes on the Emar Documentation. Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica 22, 27-55.

71. 1991. Elamite Onomastics. Studi Epigrafici e Linguistici 8 ,225-237.

72. 1991. On the Onomasticon of the Old Aramaic Sources. Bibliotheca Orientalis 48, 25-40.

73. 1991. Israelites and Judeans in Assyria, the Jezireh and Babylonia. Studies in the History and Culture of the Jews of Iraq 6, 9-12 (in Hebrew).

74. 1991. Notes on the West Semitic Material from Emar. Annali dell'Istituto Orientale di Napoli 51,113-137.

75. 1992. Egyptians in Babylonia and Elam during the lst Millennium B.C. Lingua Aegyptia 2,139-146.

76. 1992. On The Names of Two Animals. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 58.

77. 1992. Onomastic, Prospographic and Lexical Notes. Biblische Notizen 65, 47-54.

78. 1993. Hurrians as well as Individuals Bearing Hurrian and Strange Names in Sumerian Sources, in Rainey, A.F. Kempinski, A. and Sigrist, M. (eds.), Kinattu:tu sha da:r?ti. Raphael Kutscher Memorial Volume, Tel Aviv. Journal of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University , Occasional Publications,1. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, 219-245.

79. 1993. On the Amorite Material from Mesopotamia. In Cohen, M.E. Snell ,D.C. and Weisberg, D.B. (eds.), The Tablet and the Scroll, Near Eastern Studies in Honor of William W. Hallo, Bethesda: CDL 315-333.

80. 1994. On Some Anthroponyms and Toponyms. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 14.

81. 1994. Elamites and Other Peoples from Iran and the Persian Gulf Region in Early Mesopotamian Sources. Iran 32, 31-51.

82. 1995. On the Current State of Elamite Lexicography. Studi Epigrafici e Linguistici 12, 241-252.

83. 1995. On the Post-Biblical Jewish Onomasticon and Its Background, in Kasher,  A. and Oppenheimer, A. (eds.), Dor le-Dor. From the End of the Biblical Times up to the Redaction of the Talmud. Studies in Honor of Joshua Efron. Jerusalem: Mosad Bialik : v-xxviii.

84. 1995. Foreigners and Foreign Linguistic Material in Mesopotamia and Egypt. In . van Lerberghe, K and  Schoors, A  (eds.), Immigration and Emigration within The Ancient Near East, Festschrift E. Lipinski. Leuven: Peeters, 431-447.

85. 1995. On the Late-Assyrian Texts from Du:r-Katlimmu and the Significance of the NA Documentation for Ethno-Linguistic Classification. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 3.

86. 1995. A Document Concerning Work In Elam. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 4.

87. 1995. Ampiha:bi. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 5.

88. 1995. West Semitic Names in N/LB Unpublished Documents. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 6.

89. 1995. Notes on Syro-Palestinian Toponymy and Anthroponymy. Ugarit Forsuchungen 27, 627-640.

90. 1995-1997. A Preliminary Analysis of Ancient Survivals in Modern Palestinian Toponymy. Mediterranean Language Review 9, 93-171.

91. 1996. Notes on Syro-Palestinian History, Toponymy and Anthroponymy. Ugarit Forsuchungen 28, 721-749.

92. 1996. Geographical and Onomastic Remarks on Tadmor, H. The Inscriptions of Tiglath-Pileser III King of Assyria (Jerusalem 1994). Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 17.

93. 1996. Some Collations of Texts Published by Barton, G.A. AJSL 16, 1900, 65ff. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 78.

94. 1996. Geographical Notes. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 79.

95. 1997. Syro-Mesopotamian Notes. In KühneH. ,Pongratz-Leisten, B.  and Xella P. (eds.), Ana Shadî labna:ni lu: allik. Beiträge zu altorientalischen und mittelmeerischen Kulturen. Festschrift für Wolfgang Röllig. AOAT 247. Kevelaer: Butzon & Bercker, 447-457.

96. 1997. (together with Tikva Zadok) A Late-Babylonian Boat Rental. Acta Sumerologica 19, 267-271.

97. 1997. Notes on Babylonian Geography and Prosopography. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 6.

98. 1997. Some Iranian Anthroponyms and Toponyms. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 7.

99. 1997. Two N/LB Documents from the British Museum. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 11.

100. 1997. (together with Tikva Zadok) Two N/LB Administrative Documents. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 12.

101. 1997. (together with Tikva Zadok) LB Texts from th Yale Babylonian Collection. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 13.

102. 1997. (together with Tikva Zadok) PTS 2005. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 14.

103. 1997. Girgû, girrigû. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 16.

104. 1997. Jehu. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 20.

105. 1997. Antigonos Monopthalmos in Documents from Idumaea.Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 54.

106. 1997. On Aromatics and Reeds. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 55.

107. 1997. Mushrooms. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 88.

108. 1997. Additions and Corrections to NABU 1997/ Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 148.

109. 1997. A Group of Late-Babylonian Letter-orders and Administrative Documents. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 148.

110. 1997. Some Iranians in Cuneiform Documents. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 149.

111. 1997. Historical and Ethno-Linguistic Notes. Ugarit Forschungen 29, 797-814. 

112. 1998. The Ethno-linguistic Character of the Semitic-Speaking Population (Excluding Judeo-Samaritans) of Lebanon, Palestine and Adjacent Regions in the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine Periods - A Preliminary and Tentative Survey of The Onomastic Evidence. Michmanim 12, 5*-36*.

113. 1998. Pu:lu 'Vicia Faba' in Neo-Babylonian. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 19.

114. 1998. West Semitic Names in Neo-Assyrian Sources. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 20.

115. 1998. More Assyrians in Babylonian Sources. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 55.

116. 1998. West Semitic Material in Neo/Late-Babylonian and Neo-Assyrian Sources. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 56.

117. 1998. A Late-Babylonian Deed Witnessed by Gods. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 65.

118. 1998. Late-Babylonian ushrû. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 66.

119. 1998. On Some Upper Mesopotamian Toponyms. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 67.

120. 1998. Notes on Borsippean Documentation of the Eighth-Fifth Centuries B.C. Israel Oriental Studies 18, 249-296.

121. 1998. The Ethno-Linguistic Character of the Semitic-Speaking Population (Excluding Judeo-Samaritans) of Syria in the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine Periods - A Preliminary and Tentative Survey of the Onomastic Evidence, In Avishur, Y. and Deutsch, R. (eds.),Michael: Historical, Epigraphical and Biblical Studies in Honor of Prof. Michael Heltzer. Tel Aviv: Archaeology Center, 267-301.

122. 1998. On the Reliability of the Genealogical and Prosopographical Lists of the Israelites in the old Testament. Tel Aviv 25, 228-254.

123. 1998. A Preliminary Prosopography of Samaria in the Late-Achaemenid and Early Hellenistic (Pre-Seleucid) Periods and Edom/Idumea from The Neo-Assyrian down to the Early Hellenistic Period. Ugarit Forschungen 30, 781-828.

124. 1999-2000. Geographical, Onomastic and Lexical Notes. Archiv fuer Orientforschung 46-47, 208-212.

125. 2000. An Early Neo-Babylonian Sale Document. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 2.

126. 2000. Notes on Babylonian Geography. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 3.

127. 2000. On the Extent of Sargon II's Sixth Campaign in Media. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 5.

128. 2000. Some Non-Semitic Names in Akkadian Sources. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 7.

129. 2000. (together with N. Na'aman) Assyrian Deportations to the Province of Samerina in the Light of Two Cuneiform Tablets from Tel Hadid. Tel Aviv 27, 159-188.

130. 2000. The Ethno-Linguistic Character of the Semitic-Speaking Population of Mesopotamia and Adjacent Regions between the 1st and 7th Centuries A.D. A Preliminary Survey of the Onomastic Evidence. In Graziani, S. (ed.), Studi Sul Vicino Oriente antico dedicati alla memoria d Luigi Cagni. Istituto Universitario Orientale, Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici. Series Minor, 61. Naples: Istituto Universitario Orientale,  2237-2270.

131. 2000. On the Prosopography and Onomastics of Syria-Palestine and Adjacent Regions. Ugarit Forschungen 32, 599-674.

132. 2001. On the Location of NA Parsua. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 28.

133. 2001 On the Geography, Toponymy and Anthroponymy of Media. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 30.

134. 2002. Two Old Iranian Anthroponyms. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 45.

135. 2002. An Achaemenid Queen. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 65.

136. 2002. Some Additions and Corrections Concerning NB/LB Documentation. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 66.

137. 2002. Iranian Notes. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 78.

138. 2002. Contributions to Babylonian Geography, Prosopography and Documentation, in, Loretz ,O. et al. (eds.), Ex Mesopotamia et Syria Lux. Festschrift für Manfried Dietrich zu seinem 65. Geburtstag. Münster: Ugarit, 871-897.

139. 2003. Azarru. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 32.

140. Updating the Apammu Dossier. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 33.

141. 2003. A Note on a Neo-Babylonian Stone Inscription. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 2003/34.

142. 2003. (together with Tikva Zadok). Neo/Late-Babylonian Geography and Documentation. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 35.

143. 2003. (together with Tikva Zadok). Two Deeds from the Shaddinnu Archive. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 51.

144. 2003.  West Semites in Administrative and Epistolary Documents from Northern and Central Babylonia. In Deutsch, R. (ed.), Shlomo; Studies in Epigraphy, Iconography, History and Archaeology in Honor of Shlomo Mousaieff: Archaeological Center, Tel Aviv, 255-271.

145. 2004. West Semites in Southern Babylonia according to Administrative and Epistolary Documents from the 9th-2nd. Centuries BCE. In Deutsch, R. and Malul, M. (eds.), Teshurot leAvishur: Fs. Avishur, Y. Archaeological Center, Tel Aviv.

146. 2004. Israelites, Judeans and Iranians in Mesopotamia and Adjacent Regions, in Ellens, J.H., Ellens, D, Knierim, R.P and Kalimi, I. (eds.), God's Word for Our World. Theological and Cultural Studies in Honor of Simon John De Vries. London: T.&T. Clark International, 2, 98-127.

147. 2004. On the Onomastics and Topography of the Fertile Crescent. In Hurvitz, A. and Cohen, H. (eds.), Sefer Moshe: Festschrift for M. Weinfeld. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 321-335.

148. 2004. Appendix: The Name 'Lachish'. In Ussishkin, D. The Renewed Archaeological Excavations at Lachish (1973-1994), Tel Aviv, 1. Tel Aviv University Sonia and Marco Naadler Institute of Archaeology. Monograph Series 22. Tel Aviv: Emery and Clare Publication in Archaeology, 120-121.

149. 2004. (together with Tikva Zadok). Contributions to Neo/Late-Babylonian Documentation. In Sefati, Y., Artzi, P., Cohen, C., Eichler, B.l. and Hurowitz, V.A. (eds.), "An Experienced Scribe Who Neglects Nothing". Ancient Near Eastern Studies in Honor of Jacob Klein. Bethesda: CDL, 624-669.

150. 2004. (together with Tikva Zadok). A Promissory Note from the Atkuppu Archive. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 44.

151. 2005. (together with Tikva Zadok). On the Esaggil-mansum Clan. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 25.

152. 2005. On Anatolians, Greeks and Egyptians in "Chaldean" and Achaemenid Babylonia. Tel Aviv 32, 76-106.

153. 2005. Borsippean Notes. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 26, 51.

154. 2005-06. The Text Group of Nabu-eter. Archiv für Orientforschung 51, 147-187.

155. 2006. The Geography of the Borsippa Region, in Amit, Y. et al. (eds.), Essays on Ancient Israel in Its Near Eastern Context: A Tribute to Nadav Na'aman. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 389-453.

156. 2007. Two Terms in Ezra. Aramaic Studies 5: 255-261.

157. Neo-Assyrian Notes, in Cogan, M. and Kahn, D. (eds.), Treasures on Camel's Humps: Historical and Literary Studies from the Ancient Near East Presented to Israel Eph'al. Jerusalem: Arial Magnes, 312-330.

158. 2008. The Quarters of Borsippa, in Bar, S. et al. (eds.), In the Hill-Country, and in the Shephelah, and in the Arabah (Joshua 12, 8). Studies and Researches Presented to Adam Zertal in the Thirtieth Anniversary of the Manasseh Hill-Country Survey. Jerusalem: Ariel, 75*-98*.

159. 2009. Onomastic-Epigraphic Notes, Tel Aviv 36, 120-125.

160. 2009-2010. The Archive of Šulmu-šarri from Dūr-Katlimmu. State archives of Asriya Bulletin 18, 47-90.

161. 2009. Philistian Notes I. Ugarit Forschungen 41, 659-688.

162. 2010 Anatolians in Neo-Assyrian Documents, in: Cohen, Y. Gilan, A. and Miller, J.L. (eds.), Pax Hethitica: Studies on the Hittites and Their Neighbours in Honour of Itamar Singer. SBoT 51. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 411-439.

163 .2010. On the Prebendal Career of Nabû-kin-zeri/Apla and His Sons. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 20.

164. 2010. Philistian Notes II. UF 42, 859-885.

165. 2011. On the Prebendal Career of the Descendants of Nabu-kin-zeri (NKZ) and Other Members of the Re’i-alpe Clan. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires.29

166. 2011. On the Toponymy of the Jezreel Valley and Adjacent Plains, in: Finkelstein, I. and Na'amanN. (eds.), The Fire Signals of Lachish: Studies in the Late Bronze Age, Iron Age and Persian Periods in Honor of David Ussishkin. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 345-371. 

167. 2011 The Babylonia–Elam Connections in the Chaldaean and Achaemenid Periods, Tel Aviv 38, 120–143; 241-271.

168. 2012. Kannu', in LanfranchiG.B. , Morandi  BernacossiD. Pappi, C. and Ponchia ,S. (eds.), Leggo!: Studies Presented to  Frederick Mario Fales on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday. Leipziger Altorientalische Studien 2.  Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 875-891.

169. 2012. Some Issues in Ezra-Nehemiah, in Kalimi, I. (ed.), New Perspectives on Ezra-Nehemiah: History and Historiography, Text, Literature and Interpretation. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 151-181.

170. 2012. Occupations and Status Categories (Classes) in Borsippa, in:Shahar, Y.Oppenheimer, A. and Mustigman, R. (eds.), Israel and the Diaspora in the Time of the Second Temple and the Mishna. Arieh Kasher Memorial Volume. Teudah 25. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, xxxi-lxiii.

171. 2013. The Archive of Šamaš-šarra-usur from Calah, in Botta, A. (ed.), In the Shadow of Bezalel: Aramaic, Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies in Honor of  Bezalel Porten. CHANE 60. Leiden Brill, 387-407.

172. 2013. (together with Wagner, A., Levavi, Y., Kedar, S., Abraham, K. and Cohen, Y.). Quantitative Social Network Analysis (SNA) and the Study of Cuneiform Archives: A Test-case based on the Murašû Archive. Akkadica. 134, 117-134.

In Press: 

173. The Name "Beth-Shemesh" and the Toponymy of the Region around Tel Beth-Shemesh. Bunimovitz S, Lederman Z, (et.alTel Bet Shemesh A Border Community in Judah, Renewed Excavations 1990-2000 the Iron Age. Tel Aviv. 

174.  Hi:t in Su:hu

175. 2008. On Some Ethnic Groups in Achaemenid Babylonia, in K.A. (ed.), O Sa:buhr ke: Cihr az yazda:n da:$t: Essays in Memory of A. Shapur Shahbazi, Tehran and Persepolis: 1-15.


C. Items in Encyclopaedias

1. 1971-1982. Encyclopaedia Biblica Instituti Bialik. Vol. 6: Persia in the Old Testament, Prds, prk; Vol. 7: Qmw'l, Qw< and Shw<, Shdrk, Shwh; Vol. 8: Names, Shmshry, Shmyrmwt, Shn<çr, Shrbyh, Srskym, Tl 'byb, Tl'shr, Tlh, Tl Hrsh', Trh, Trhn', Try'.

2. 1983, 1985. Various entries in The The World of the Bible Encyclopaedia (in the volumes on Daniel, Esther, Ezechiel, Jeremiah, and Nehemiah).

3. 1988. The Israeli Encyclopaedia of the Bible 1-3 (Givatayim, in Hebrew)
Arab(s), Ararat, Hammurabi, Harran, Kasdim, Nebuzaradan, Nineveh, Perat, Sheba, Shem(ot), Shushan

4. Several articles in the Encyclopaedia Iranica

5 .1997. "Names and Naming". In:Myers, E.M.(ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East, New York: Oxford University Press, 4, 91-96.

6. 2008. Israelites and Judeans in Assyria and Babylonia, in Ehrlich, A. (ed.), Encylopaedia of the Jewish Diaspora. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.  

6. 2013. Linguistic Groups in Iran,chap. 20  in Potts, D.T. (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Ancient Iran. Oxford: University, 407-422. 

D. Reviews and Review Articles

1. 1976. HinzW. 1975. Altiranisches Sprachgut der Nebenüberlieferungen. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Bibliotheca Orientalis 33, 213-219.

2. 1976. LipinskiE.1975. Studies in Aramaic Inscriptions and Onomastics I. Leuven Peeters. Bibliotheca Orientalis 33, 226-231.

3. 1976. GrantovskiyE.A. 1970. Rannyaya Istoriya Iranskikh Plemen Peredney Azii. Moscow: Nauka. Bibliotheca Orientalis 33, 387-389.

4. 1977. HinzW. 1973. Neue Wege im Altpersischen. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Bibliotheca Orientalis 34, 76-80.

5. 1977. MayrhoferM. 1973. Onomastica Persepolitana. Oesterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Phil-hist. Kl. Sitzungsberichte 286. Oesterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna. Journal of Cuneiform Studies 29, 57-59.

6. 1978. CooganM.D. 1976. West Semitic Personal Names in the Murashû Documents. Missoula. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 231, 73-78.

7. 1978. CooganM.D. 1976 op. cit. Israel Exploration Journal 28, 290-292.

8. 1982.1978. The Chicago Colloquium on Aramaic Studies. Journal of Near Eastern Studies 37/2 (April), 81-193.1982. Die Welt des Orients 13, 168-172.

9. 1981. Von VoigtlanderE.N.1978. The Bisitun Inscription of Darius the Great, Babylonian Version. Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum,I, part I: Inscriptions of Ancient Iran, Vol.II. Achaemenien inscriptions, Texts I. London: Lund Hunphries. Bibliotheca Orientalis 33, 657-665.

10. 1982. Ohana, M.1978. and Heltzer, M. , The Extra-biblical Tradition of Hebrew Personal Names Studies in the History of the Jewish People and the Land of Israel. Monograph Series 2. Haifa . Die Welt des Orients 13, 168-172.

11. 1983. Gelb, I.J. et al. 1980. Computer-aided Analysis of Amorite. AS 21. Chicago University. Die Welt des Orients 14, 235-240.

12. 1983. On Two Books Concerning Biblical Onomastics.Shnaton 5/6, 110-112,(in Hebrew).

13. 1984. LemaireA. et Durand, J.-M. 1984. Les inscriptions araméennes de Sfiré et l'Assyrie de Shamshi-ilu.Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes - IVe section, sciences historiques et philologiques, II: Hautes études orientales 20. Genève-Paris: Droz. Die Welt des Orients 15, 210-212.

14. 1984. Macuch, M. 1981. Das sasanidische Rechtsbuch "Ma:takda:n i haza:r da:tista:n" (T. 2). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Bibliotheca Orientalis 41, 237-238.

15. 1985. SegalJ.B. 1983., Aramaic Texts from North Saqqara. Excavations at North Saqqara documentary Series Texts from Excavations ; 6th Memoir. London. Egypt Exploration Society. Die Welt des Orients 16, 173-176.

16. 1985. Nissen H.J. and Renger, J. (eds.), 1982. Mesopotamien und seine Nachbarn: Politische und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen im Alten Vorderasien vom 4. bis 1. Jahrtausend v. Chr. XXV. Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale.Berliner Beiträge zum Vorderen Orients 1-2. Berlin: Reimer. Archiv für Orientforschung 32, 112-114.

17. 1986. Eph'al, I. 1982. The History of Eretz Israel 1: Intruduction the Early Period Jerusalem: Keter. Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins 102, 179-180.

18.  1989/90. M.W. Stolper,1985. Entrepreneurs and Empire: The Murashû Archive, the Murashû Firm, and Persian Rule in Babylonia. Publications de l'Institut historique et archéologique néerlandais de Stamboul 54. Leiden: NINO. Die Welt des Orients 20-21, 273-276,.

19. 1991. F. Joannès,1989. Archives de Borsippa. La famille Ea-ilûta-bâni. Etude d'un lot d'archives familiales en Babylonie du VIIIe au Ve siècle av. J.-C. Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes - IVe section, sciences historiques et philologiques, II: Hautes études orientales, 25; Genéve: Droz. Die Welt des Orients 22, 195-197.

20. 1994. FrameG. ,1992. Babylonia 689-627 B.C.: A Political History (Publicationsde l'Institut historique et archéologique Néerlandais de Stamboul 69; Leiden NINO ). Die Welt des Orients 25, 150-152.

21. 1994. WeisbergD.B.1991. The Late Babylonian Texts of the Oriental Institute Collection. Bibliotheca Mesopotamica 24; Malibu: Undena Publications. Die Welt des Orients 25, 152-154.

22. 1995. DandamayevM. A. ,1992.  Iranians in Achaemenid Babylonia (Columbia Lectures on Iranian Studies edited by E. Yarshater, No. 6; Costa Mesa, Ca. and New York: Mazda Publication). Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 58, 158-159.

23. 1996. HessR.S.1993. Amarna Personal Names (American Schools of oriental Research Dissertation Series, no. 9; Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns). Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 59, 130-131.

24. 1996. Hoglund,  K.G. 1992. Achaemenid Imperial Administration in Syria-Palestine and the Missions of Ezra and Nehemiah. SBL Dissertation Series, 125; Atlanta: Scholers Press. Journal of the American Oriental Society 116, 597-598.

25. 1996. HuyseP. 1990. Iranische Namen In den griechischen Dokumenten Aegyptens. Iranisches Personennamenbuch. V/6a Oesterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Phil-hist. Kl. Sitzungsberichte Sonderpublikation der Kommission fuer Iranistik.: Oesterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Vienna. Bibliotheca Orientalis 53, 490-491.

26. 1997/1998. Sigrist, M. Figulla  H.H. and Walker, C.B.F. ,1996. Catalogue of the Babylonian Tablets in the British Museum. London: British Museum. Archiv für Orientforschung 44/45, 293-306.

27. 1999. Hölscher, M. ,1996. Die Personennamen der Kassitenzeitlichen Texte aus Nippur. IMGULA 1. Münster: Rhema, . Journal of the American Oriental Society 119, 689-90.

28. 1999-2000. Salvini, M. 1996. The Habiru prism of King Tunip-Teshup of Tikunani. Documenta Asiana. Collana di Studi sull Anatolia e l'Asia Anteriore antica diretta da Mirjo Salvini, III. Pubblicazioni Dell'Istituto per gli studi Micenei ed Egeo-anatolici del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche. Roma: Istituti Editoriali e poligrafici internazionali, . Archiv für Orientforschung 46-47, 351-358.

29. 2000. Cole. S.W. 1996. Nippur in Late Assyrian Times, c. 755-612 BC. State Archives of Assyria Studies 4. Helsinki: The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, . Orientalia nova series 69, 115-121.

30. 2010  Ciancaglini, C.A. 2008. Iranian Loanwords in Syriac. Beiträge zur Iranistik 28. Wiesbaden: Reichert. OLZ 105, 754-761.

31. 2011  Elitzur, Y. 2009. Ancient Toponyms in the Land of Israel: Preservation and History.  Series of Studies in the Ancient Period. The David and Jemima Jeselsohn Library. Jerusalem (in Hebrew). Cathedra 139, 156-159 (in Hebrew).

E. Papers Presented at Scientific Meetings

1. 1985. Some Problems in Early Aramean History. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft Supplementband 6. Wiesbaden: Steiner, 81-85.

2. 1986. Archives from Nippur in the First Millennium B.C. In K.R. Veenhof (ed.), Cuneiform archives and libraries. Papers read at the 30e Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale (Leiden, 4-8 July 1983). Publications de l'Institut historique-archéologique neérlandais de Stamboul 57. Leiden: NINO, 278-288.

3. 1995. The Ethno-linguistic Character of the Jezireh and Adjacent Regions in the 9th-7th Centuries (Assyria Proper vs. Periphery). In: M. Liverani (ed.), Neo-Assyrian Geography. Quaderni di Geografia Storica 5. Rome, Universita di Roma “La Sapienza”, 217-282.

4. 1996. A Prosopography and Ethno-linguistic Characterization of Southern Canaan in the Second Millennium BCE. Haifa, (Conference on Mutual Influences between Peoples and Cultures in the Ancient Near East, Haifa 1994). Michmanim 9, 97-145.

5. 1997. The Ethno-linguistic Composition of Assyria Proper in the 9th-7th Centuries BC. In: H. Waetzoldt and H. Hauptmann (eds.), Assyrien im Wandel der Zeiten. XXXIXe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Heidelberg 6-10. Juli 1992. Heidelberg: Heidelberger Orientverlag, 209-216.

6. 2000. The Distribution of Cults in the Jezireh and Adjacent Regions between 850 and 600 BC: Evidence from Theophorous Anthroponyms (a Preliminary Report), in Milano, L.,de Martino, S., Fales, F.M. and Lanfranchi, G.B. (eds.), Landscapes, Territories, Frontiers and Horizons in the Ancient Near East. Papers Presented in the XLIV Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Venezia, 7-11 July 1997.2: Geography and Cultural  Landscapes. History of the Ancient Near East/Monographs- III/2. Padova: Sargon srl,  171-175.

7. 2002. Some Issues in the History of the Israelites and Judeans in Pre-Hellenistic Mesopotamia, in Avishur, Y.and Yehuda, Z. (eds.), Studies in the History and Culture of the Jews in Babylonia. Proceedings of the Third Congress of the Center for Research of Iraqi Jewry. Or Yehuda, 247-271.

8. 2004. The Representation of Foreigners in Neo-and Late-Babylonian Legal Documents (Eighth through Second Centuries B.C.E.). in: Lipschits, O. and Blenkinsopp, J. (eds.), Judah and the Judeans in the Neo-Babylonian Period (lecture delivered in the homonymous conference, Tel Aviv University, 29-31.5.2001). Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 471-589.

9. 2010. The Aramean Infiltration and Diffusion in the Upper Jazira, 1150-930 B.C.E, In: Galil,G, Gilboa, A, Maeir A.M. and Kahn,D. (eds.) The Ancient Near East in the 12th-10th Centuries BCE : Culture and History : Proceedings of the International Conference, Held at the University of Haifa, 2-5 May, 2010. AOAT 392. Muenster: Ugarit, 569-579.

10. 2013. The Onomastics of the Chaldaean, Aramean and Arabian Tribes in Babylonia During  the First Millennium,in  Brerlejung, A. and Streck, M.P. (eds.) Arameans, Chaldaean, and Arabes in Babylonian and Palestin in the First Millnnum B.C. , Leipziger Altorientalische Studien 3.Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 261-336

In Press:

11. Judeans in Babylonia - Updating the Dossier, in Gabbay, U. and Secunda, Sh. (eds.), Encounters by the Rivers of Babylon: Scholarly Conversations between Jews, Iranians and Babylonians in Antiquity. Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism. Tuebingen: Mohr Siebeck.109-129.

12. The Functionaries of Borsippa (lecture in the RAI), Festschrift for M.A. Dandamayev.9. 

13. West-Semitic Groups in the Nippur Region between c. 750 and 330 BCE, in Stoeckl, J. and Waerzeggers, C. (eds.)....

F. Translations

1. 1978. Apud H.M.I. Gevaryahu, Colophons in Proverbs, Job and Ecclesiastes. S.E. Loewenstamm Vol. (cf. above, B/14), 113-120.

2. 2010. Apud B. Oded, The Exile - Myth or History? The Origin of the Assyrian and Babylonian Exile. The Early History of the Babylonian Exile. Haifa, 555-580.

G. Contributions to other scholars' publications

1. 1976 Apud Greenfield, J.C. , Israel Exploration Journal 26, 195f. with n. 11.

2. 1978. Apud GoodblattD. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 22, 257, n. 69.

3. 1982. Apud Tadmor, H. , in Nissen and Renger (cf. D/16 above): 449ff.

4. 1984. Apud Deller, K, Bagdader Mitteilungen 15, 236, n. 47; 239, n. 54.

5. 1987. Apud Deller, K., Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 30 5f., n. 17f.

6. 1988. Apud  Kasher, A. Edom, Arabia and Israel: Relations of the Jews in Eretz-Israel with the Nations of the Frontier and the Desert during the Hellenistic and Roman Era (332 BCE - 70 CE), Jerusalem: Yad-Ben-Zvi: 47, 120, n. 229, 138, n. 34.

7. 1989. Apud Porten, B. and Yardeni, A. , Textbook of Aramaic Documents from Ancient Egypt 2: xlv-liii, passim, Jerusalem.

8.  1993. Apud Porten B. and Yardeni, A., Textbook of Aramaic Documents from Ancient Egypt 3: lvii-lxvi, passim, Jerusalem.

9. 2005. Apud Merrillees, P. Catalogue of the Western Asiatic Seals in the British Museum, Cylinder Seals VI. Pre-Achaemenid and Achaemenid Periods (with contributions by Margaret Sax, C. B. F. Walker and Dominique Collon; London: British Museum Press), 50 ad 11 and p. 72 ad 67.

10. Apud Seri, A. 2007. CDLJ Aug. 2007 (cf. n. 26; look
 transliterations of the following four tablets: 57 (KVM 32.1154), 58 (KVM 32.1159), 59 (KVM 32.1162), and 60 (KVM 32.1168).

11. 2008. Apud Gabolde, L. Des Livres des Morts... Kyphi: Bulletin du cercle lyonnais d'égyptologie Victor Loret, 6: 25-42 (on 34-35).

12. 2012. Apud  Levene, D. and Bohak, G. A Babylonian Jewish Aramaic Incantation Bowl with a List of Deities and Toponyms. Jewish Studies Quaterly 19, 56-72 (on 65-67).

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