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.