See R. A. Caminos, Late-Egyptian Miscellanies (London: Oxford Univ. Press, 1954), p. 491; J. Bottéro, Le problème des Habiru, Cahiers de la Société Asiatique 12 (Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1954), p. 187f The texts (Papyrus Leiden 348, vs. 6:6; 349, r. 15) concern grain rations for the soldiers and ‘Apiru transporting stone for “the great pylon” of a building of Ramesses II in Memphis. The term ‘Apiru first appears in texts of the Middle Kingdom and continues in use into the XXth Dynasty.