Raphael Giveon, The Impact of Egypt on Canaan, Orbis biblicus et orientalis 20 (Freiburg: University Press, 1983); Hoffmeier, “Some Egyptian Motifs Related to Warfare and Enemies and Their Old Testament Counterparts,” in Egyptological Miscellanies: A Tribute to Professor Ronald J. Williams, ed. Hoffmeier and Edmund S. Meltzer; The Ancient World 6 (Chicago: Ares Publishers, 1983), pp. 53–70. The famous ivories from Megiddo, Samaria and Nimrud show Egyptian influence in the art, probably via Phoenicia (cf. Sir Max Mallowan, The Nimrud Ivories [London: British Museum, 1978], pp. 26–43). Notice the winged sphinxes wearing the Egyptian nemes crown surmounted by the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt on the ivories in Elie Borowski, “Cherubim: God’s Throne?” BAR 21:04.