For a bibliography of Roman milestones, see Peter Thomsen, ‘Die römischen Meilentseine der Provinzen Syria, Arabia und Palaestina,” Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina Vereins 40 (1917), pp. 1–103; Michael Avi-Yonah, “Map of Roman Palestine,” Quarterly of the Department of Antiquities in Palestine 5 (Jerusalem, 1936), pp. 139–193 (see now The Holy Land: From the Persian to the Arab Conquests (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House), pp. 181–187 (due caution must be exercised in the use of these two volumes); Richard G. Goodchild, “The Coastal Road of Phoenicia and Its Roman Milestones,” Berytus 9 (1948–1949), pp. 91–127; Yehuda Karmon, “Geographical Influences on the Historical Routes in the Sharon Plain,” Palestine Exploration Quarterly 93 (1961), pp. 43–60; Shimon Dar and Shimon Applebaum, “The Road from Antipatris to Caesarea,” PEQ 105 (1973), pp. 91–99; Benjamin H. Isaac and Israel Roll, “A Milestone of A.D. 69 from Judaea: the Elder Trajan and Vespasian,” The Journal of Roman Studies 66 (1976), pp. 15–19; Roman Roads in Judaea I (Oxford, England: British Archaeological Reports International Series, 1982).