Vincent Scheil, Revue biblique1 (1892), p. 116. Several Egyptian-style column capitals were unearthed in contexts of Late Bronze temples in Palestine: at Beth-Shean, Megiddo and Lachish. See Allen Rowe, The Four Canaanite Temples at Beth-Shean, vol. 1, The Temples and Cult Objects (Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1940), pp. 8, 16, pls. 26:20, 52A:4; James, Beth-Shean, p. 17, fig. 95:4; Azriel Siegelmann, “A Capital in the Form of a Papyrus Flower from Megiddo,”Tel Aviv 3 (1976), p. 141, pl. 10:3–4; David Ussishkin, “Excavations at Tel Lachish—1973–1977, Preliminary Report,” Tel Aviv 5 (1978), pp. 22–24, fig. 6, pl. 9:1.