35The Archaeological Survey of Israel is systematically published as a series of survey ‘Maps’ (1:20,000) by the Israel Antiquities Authority. For the hill country surveys, see mainly Moshe Kochavi, ed., Judaea, Samaria, and the Golan. Archaeological Survey 1967–1968 (Jerusalem: Archaeological Survey of Israel, 1972) (Hebrew); Adam Zertal, The Israelite Settlement in the Hill Country of Manasseh (Haifa: Haifa University, 1988) (Hebrew); Israel Finkelstein, “The Land of Ephraim Survey 1980–1987: Preliminary Report,” Tel Aviv 15–16 (1988–1989), pp. 117–183; Israel Finkelstein and Yitzhak Magen, eds., Archaeological Survey of the Hill Country of Benjamin, (Jerusalem: Israel Antiquities Authority, 1993); Avi Ofer, “‘All the Hill Country of Judah’: From a Settlement Fringe to a Prosperous Monarchy,” in Israel Finkelstein and Nadav Na’aman, eds., From Nomadism to Monarchy. Archaeological and Historical Aspects of Early Israel(Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, 1994), pp. 92–121. Also see there the articles by Rafael Frankel, pp. 18–34 and Zvi Gal, pp. 35–46, as well as Zvi Gal, The Lower Galilee during the Iron Age (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1992), for surveys of the Galilee. For analysis of settlement and demographic data, see, for example, Magen Broshi, “The Population of Western Palestine in the Roman-Byzantine Period,” BASOR 236 (1979), pp. 1–10; Magen Broshi and Ram Gophna, “The Settlement and Population of Palestine during the Early Bronze Age II–III,” BASOR 253 (1984), pp. 41–53; “Middle Bronze Age II Palestine: Its Settlements and Population,” BASOR 261 (1986), pp. 73–90; Rivka Gonen, “Urban Canaan in the Late Bronze Period,” BASOR 253 (1984), pp. 61–73; Shlomo Bunimovitz, The Land of Israel in the Late Bronze Age: A Case Study of Socio-Cultural Change in a Complex Society (Ph.D. Thesis, Tel Aviv University, 1989), Chapter 3; Magen Broshi and Israel Finkelstein, “The Population of Palestine in the Iron Age II,” BASOR 287 (1992), pp. 47–60; Ram Gophna and Juval Portugali, “Settlement and Demographic Processes in Israel’s Coastal Plain from the Chalcolithic to the Middle Bronze Age,” BASOR 269 (1988), pp. 11–28; Israel Finkelstein and Ram Gophna, “Settlement, Demographic, and Economic Patterns in the Highlands of Palestine in the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Periods and the Beginning of Urbanism,” BASOR 289 (1993), pp. 1–22.