Kenyon, Amorites and Canaanites, pp. 53–60 and Archaeology in the Holy Land, pp. 164–67. Van Seters, The Hyksos, pp. 20–26. While the Palestinian MB II material is most closely paralleled by objects found at coastal Syrian sites, connections with the interior of Syria also exist. For material at Alalakh Hama and Qatna which is related to Palestinian MB II wares, see C. L. Woolley, Alalakh: An Account of the Excanations at Tell Atchana in the Hatay, 1937–1949 (Oxford: Society of Antiquaries of London, 1955), objects from Level IX in pls. CIX:5, CX: 21a, 23a & pl. CXXII:137; E. Fugmann, Hama, Fouilles et Recherches 1931–1938: L’Architecture des Périodes pre-Héllenistiques (Copenhagen: Copenhagen Nationalmuseet, 1958), pp 69ff.; and R. du Mesnil du Buisson, Les Ruines d’el-Mishrifé au Nord-est de Homs (Emèse) (Paris: Paul Geuthner, 1927), 1, pp. 43–44 and pls. VIII–XIII See also the parallels between Palestinian MB II and Mesopotamia cited by Kaplan, JNES, 30 (1971), pp. 293–307.