See Edwin M. Yamauchi, “Historic Homer—Did It Happen?BAR 33:02.


See Hershel Shanks, “Radiocarbon Dating,BAR 31:01.


See Lawrence E. Stager, “When Canaanites and Philistines Ruled Ashkelon,BAR 17:02.



See Lawrence E. Stager, J. David Schloen and Daniel M. Master, eds., Ashkelon 1: Introduction and Overview (1985–2006), The Leon Levy Expedition to Ashkelon (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2008), pp. 541–568.


See “Archaeology, Ecology, and Social History: Background Themes to the Song of Deborah,” in J.A. Emerton, ed., Congress Volume: Jerusalem, 1986, Vetus Testamentum Supplement 40 (London: Bell, 1988), pp. 221–234; “Yigael Yadin and Biblical Archaeology,” in Joseph Aviram, ed., In Memory of Yigael Yadin, 1917–1984: Lectures Presented at the Symposium on the Twentieth Anniversary of His Death (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 2006), pp. 13–27.


See Stager, Schloen and Master, Ashkelon 1, pp. 215–323; Lawrence E. Stager, Ashkelon Discovered: From Canaanites and Philistines to Romans and Moslems (Washington, DC: Biblical Archaeology Society, 1991); Lawrence E. Stager, “Ashkelon,” in Ephraim Stern, ed., The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land (NEAEHL), vol. 1 (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1993 [English]), pp. 103–112; “Ashkelon,” in Ephraim Stern, ed., NEAEHL, vol. 5, Supplementary Volume (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 2008), pp. 1578–1586.


“Yigael Yadin and Biblical Archaeology,” pp. 13–27; Joachin Latacz, Troy and Homer (Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 2004).


Stager, “Phoenician Shipwrecks and the Ship Tyre (Ezekiel 27),” in John Pollini, ed., Terra Marique: Studies in Art History and Marine Archaeology in Honor of Anna Marguerite McCann (Oxford: Oxbow, 2005), pp. 238–254.


Philip J. King and Lawrence E. Stager, Life in Biblical Israel (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2001), pp. 302–314.