Also odd is Harrison’s choice of title, Megiddo 3. The Tel Aviv University team published the first volume of its report in 2000 and, following the Chicago volumes, called it Megiddo III (the subsequent volume, Megiddo IV, is now in press). To make matters worse, Harrison, in his citations and bibliography, changed (!) the titles of the Chicago volumes to Megiddo 1 and Megiddo 2 (instead of using the Roman numerals of the originals). I cannot recall a similar case in our field. Harrison should have followed the example of the four unnumbered thematic volumes published by the Chicago excavators and simply named his volume Megiddo Stratum VI.