See M. M. Ibrahim, “The Collared-rim Jar of the Early Iron Age,” in Archaeology in the Levant, ed. P. R. Moorey and P. Parr (Warminster, UK: Aris & Phillips, 1978), pp. 116–126; “Siegel und Siegelabdrucke aus Sahaµb,” Zeitschrift des deutschen Palästina-Vereins 99 (1983), pp. 43–53. For the naming traditions, Jeffrey H. Tigay, You Shall Have No Other Gods, Harvard Semitic Studies 31 (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1986); as Professor Frank Cross long ago observed, in conversation, the theophoric elements in the onomasticon of Ammon, Moab and Edom, insofar as it is known to us, seem to conform to Israelite practice in naming either the chief god or some more general epithet (El, Baal, etc.) that can be construed as pertaining to him.