J. Simons, Handbook for the Study of Egyptian Topographical Lists Relating to Western Asia (Leiden: 1937), pp. 111–115, List I, numbers 95, pp. 98–100. An interpretation of this part of the list that is very different from my own is offered by the Canadian Egyptologist Donald B. Redford, in his study “A Bronze Age Itinerary in Transjordan (Nos. 89–101 of Thutmose III’s List of Asiatic Toponyms),” Journal of the Society of Egyptian Archaeology (1982), pp. 55–74. Redford believes the list runs in north-south direction; his results are therefore understandably radically different from my own. In one point I concur with him completely: Dibon is mentioned in the list.