Rock-hewn headrests have been found at the following sites in addition to St. Étienne: Jerusalem, Silwan (east of the City of David): David Ussishkin, The Village of Silwan—The Necropolis from the Period of the Judean Kingdom (Jerusalem, 1986 [Hebrew]), pp. 67–68; 80; 82–83; 95–98; 100–103; Jerusalem, the Northern Necropolis: Charles Clermont-Ganneau, Archaeological Researches in Palestine I (London, 1899), pp. 266–267; Amihai Mazar, “Iron Age Burial Caves North of the Damascus Gate,” Israel Exploration Journal (1976), pp. 1–8; Jerusalem, the Western Necropolis: R. A. S. Macalister, “The Rock-Cut Tombs in Wadi er-Rababi, Jerusalem,” PEF Quarterly Statement (1900), p. 248 and fig. no. 9 (opposite p. 240); PEF Quarterly Statement (1901), pp. 21; 145–146 fig. no. 10; Magen Broshi, Gabriel Barkay, Shimon Gibson, “Two Iron Age Tombs Below the Western City Wall, Jerusalem, and the Talmudic Law of Purity,” Cathedra 28 (1983), pp. 17–28 (Hebrew); Gabriel Barkay, Ketef Hinnom—A Treasure Facing Jerusalem’s Walls (Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, 1986), pp. 19 ff; Khirbet el-Qôm, on the western slopes of the Hebron Hills: William G. Dever, “Iron Age Epigraphic Material from the Area of Khirbet el-Kôm,” Hebrew Union College Annual 40–41 (1969–1970) pp. 140–146; Sovah, west of Jerusalem: Amos Kloner, Excavations and Surveys in Israel, 1 (1982) p. 114 (for plan, see Amos Kloner, “Iron Age Burial Caves in the Judean Shephelah and Mountain Regions,” Niqrot Zurim [Journal of the Israel Cave Research Center] 10–11 [1985], pp. 10–12 [Hebrew]); Gibeon, north of Jerusalem: H. Eshel, “The Late Iron Age Cemetery of Gibeon,” Israel Exploration Journal 37 (1987), pp. 5–15.