Many of these seals and bullae have been published in recent years by Nahman Avigad in the Israel Exploration Journal, among which the most interesting are perhaps those of Baruch, Jeremiah’s secretary, of Baruch’s brother Seraiah, as well as of Jerahmeel, the king’s son, sent by King Jehoiakim to arrest Jeremiah and Baruch (Jeremiah 36:4, 26; 51:59). See Avigad, Israel Exploration Journal 28 (1978), pp. 52–56. For lack of a comprehensive corpus of Hebrew and related seals, the following work can be recommended as an excellent treatment of the Hebrew seals in the Israel Museum: Ruth Hestrin and Michal Dayagi-Mendels, Inscribed Seals (Jerusalem: Israel Museum, 1979).