ESI 9 (1991) II
Banias, Temple of Pan, 1989, Zvi Ma‘oz  [1]
Tel Dan, 1989, Avraham Biran   [2]
Gesher Benot Ya‘acov, Na‘ama Goren-Inbar  [4]
Ḥorvat Galil, 1989, Avi Gopher  [6]
Fassuṭa, Mordechai Avi‘am  [6]
Khirbet el-Ghureiyib, Mordechai Avi‘am  [7]
Kabri, 1989, Aharon Kempinski and Wolf-Dietrich Niemayer  [8]
Kabri, Burial Caves, Edna Stern and Yael Gorin  [9]
Tel ‘Avdon, Mordechai Avi‘am and Edna Stern  [10]
Et-Tell (Bethsaida), 1989, Rami Arav  [12]
Har Miṣpe Yamim, 1988/1989, Rafael Frankel  [13]
Khirbet el-Waziye, Mordechai Avi‘am  [15]
Hayonim Terrace, 1989, Françios Valla  [16]
Akko, Eliezer Stern  [16]
Ḥorat Rosh Zayit, 1989, Zvi Gal   [17]
Tel Yodefat, Oil Press, Mordechai Avi‘am  [18]
Tiberias, Yizhar Hirschfeld  [19]
Hanaḥal (El-Wad) Cave, 1988/1989, Minna ‘Evron  [21]
Tel Yin‘am, 1989, Harold Liebowitz  [21]
Sha‘ar Hagolan, 1989, Yosef Garfinkel  [22]
‘Ubeidiya, 1989, Ofer Bar-Yosef and Eitan Tchernov  [23]
Tel ‘Eli, 1989, Yosef Garfinkel  [23]
Tell Yaqush, 1989, Douglas Esse  [24]
‘Afula, Zvi Gal  [25]
Tel Dor, 1989, Ephraim Stern and Ayelet Gilboa  [25]
Dor, Kurt Raveh  [28]
Naḥal Zehora II, Avi Gopher  [29]
Yoqne‘am ‘Illit, Nasim Najar  [29]
Bet Shean Excavation Project , 1988/1989, Yoram Tsafrir and Gid‘on Avni  [30]
Bet Shean, Crusader Fortress, Area Z, Adrian Boaz  [38]
Ḥorvat Sedan, Radwan Badiḥi  [38]
Shuni, 1989, Eli Shenhav  [39]
Caesarea, The HIgh Aqueduct, Yosef Porath and Shalom Yankelevitch  [39]
Caesarea, Yosef Porath, Yehudah Neeman and Radwan Badiḥi  [40]
Tell el-Ḥammah, 1988, David Tarler, Gary Lipovitch and Jane Cahill  [42]
Tel Ḥefer, 1989, Yosef Porath and Samuel Paley  [43]
Ḥorvat Migdal, Eitan Ayalon, William Neidinger and Eulah Matthews  [44]
Khirbet el-Ghirur, Yizhar Hirschfeld  [45]
Apollonia and Tel Mikhal, Underwater Survey, Eva Grossmann  [46]
Tel Aviv, Rishpon 4, Ḥaya Ritter-Kaplan  [47]
Ḥorvat Ḥermeshit (Neot Qedumim), 1989, Zvi Greenhut  [47]
‘Ayanot, Avi Gopher, Erich Friedman and Felix Burian  [50]
Palmaḥim, Avi Gopher, Erich Friedman and Felix Burian  [50]
Jerusalem, Mt. Scopus, Amos Kloner and Harely Stark  [51]
Jerusalem, Notre Dame Monastery, Alain Chambon  [51]
Jerusalem, Bloomfield Garden, Zvi Greenhut  [53]
Jerusalem, German Colony, Gid‘on Avni  [53]
Jerusalem, Emeq Refa’im  [54]
Jerusalem, Manaḥat – 1989, Gershun Eidelstein and Yanir Milevski  [54]
Jerusalem, Naḥal Refa‘im – 1989/1990, Emanuel Eisenberg  [56]
Niṣṣanim, Yuval Yekuteli and Ram Gophna  [61]
El-‘Aṭn (Bethlehem), Michael Dadon  [61]
Khirbet Jarish, David Amit  [62]
El‘azar, David Amit  [63]
Efrat, David Amit  [64]
Hebron–‘En Gedi, Survey of Ancient Road, David Amit  [65]
khirbet Daḥ-daḥ, David Amit  [67]
Maresha, Complex 75, Amos Kloner  [68]
Yaṭṭa, Survey, David Amit  [69]
Beersheba, Yehuda Govrin  [70]
Shikmim, 1987/1989, Tomas E. Levy and David Alon  [71]
Timna, Itzhaq Eshel  [74]
Mt. Berenike, Cave Survey, Asaf Cohen  [74]
Kh. Beit Jann, 1989, Harold Liebowitz  [74]
Dabayib et-Tuwal, Nasim Najar  [74]
Kh. Jalameh, Radwan Badiḥi and Yehudah Neeman  [75]
Ḥofit, Yosef Porath  [75]
Tel Aviv, Yossi Levy  [75]
Ramat Gan, Zvi Shaḥam and Eitan Ayalon  [75]
Milestone on the Emmaus–Bet Ḥoron Road, Ḥananya Hizmi  [76]
Jerusalem, Conservation of Sites, Gid‘on Avni  [76]
Kh. Khallat el-Meiya, Greek Inscription, David Amit  [76]
Naḥal Re‘u’el, Tyche Ceramic Relief, Uzi Avner  [76]

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