Unfortunately, de Vaux (who worked on behalf of the École Biblique et Archéologique Française in Jérusalem) died in 1971 without producing a final excavation report, although he did publish preliminary reports and an overall study of the archaeology of the site. See Roland de Vaux, Archaeology and the Dead Sea Scrolls (London: Oxford University Press, 1973). A summary of his field notes has just appeared in print; see Jean-Baptiste Humbert and Alain Chambon, Fouilles de Khirbet Qumran et de Aïn Feshkha, vol. 1 (Göttingen/Fribourg: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1994). For a fuller description of this volume, see Hershel Shanks’s review in Books in Brief, BAR 21:01.