See Cross, “An Interpretation of the Nora Stone,” BASOR 208 (1972), p. 19; and “Leaves from an Epigraphist’s Notebook,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 36 (1974), pp. 486–494. These two papers are reprinted in Studies in Sardinian Archaeology, ed. Miriam S. Balmuth and R.J. Rowland (Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, 1982, pp. 53–66; also more recently, Cross, “Phoenicians in the West,” in Studies in Sardinian Archaeology II: Sardinia in the Mediterranean, ed. M.S. Balmuth (Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, 1986), pp. 116–130; and “The Oldest Phoenician Inscription from Sardinia: The Fragmentary Stele from Nora,” in “Working With No Data:” Semitic and Egyptian Studies Presented in Thomas O. Lambdin, ed. David M. Golomb (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1987), pp. 65–74. For a different dating of the Nora inscription, see Edward Lipínski, “Epigraphy in Crisis—Dating Ancient Semitic Inscriptions,” BAR 16:04.