See, for example, Benjamin Maisler (Mazar), “Cypriote Pottery at a Tomb in the Vicinity of Jerusalem,” American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literature 49 (1932–1933), pp. 248–253; D.C. Baramki, “An Ancient Cistern in the Grounds of Government House, Jerusalem,” Quarterly of the Department of Antiquities in Palestine 4 (1936), pp. 165–167 (identified by Gabriel Barkay as a tomb); and Ruth Amiran, “A Late Bronze Age II Pottery Group from a Tomb in Jerusalem,” Eretz Israel 6 (1960), pp. 25–37.


See Henk J. Franken and Margreet L. Steiner, Excavations in Jerusalem 1961–1967, vol. 2, The Iron Age Extramural Quarter on the South-East Hill (Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1990), pp. 6–7, fig. 2–2.


Yigal Shiloh, Excavations at the City of David I, 1978–1982, Qedem 19 (1984), chart on p. 4.


Eilat Mazar and Benjamin Mazar, Excavations in the South of the Temple Mount: The Ophel of Biblical Jerusalem, Qedem 29 (1989), esp. p. 31, photo 61 and plate 13.1.


Shiloh, Excavations, p. 28.


I am grateful to Jane Cahill for her help on this article. She caught several errors and provided me with much of the documentation.