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This bibliography is divided into the following sections:

1. Pastoral Nomadism and Anthropological Studies
2. Ancient Near Eastern Studies
3. Genesis and Primordial Narratives
4. Genesis and the Ancestral Narratives


Alter, Robert.  Genesis: Translation and Commentary. New York: Norton, 1996.

Arnold, Bill. Genesis. Cambridge: Cambridge, 2009.

Brayford, Susan. Genesis. Septuagint Commentary Series. Leiden: Brill, 2007.

Brueggemann, Walter. Genesis. Atlanta: John Knox, 1982.

Gunkel, Hermann (translated by E.W. Nicholson). Genesis. Macon: Mercer, 1997. [1902]

Hamilton, Victor P. The Book of Genesis, Chapters 1-17. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1990.

_____. The Book of Genesis, Chapter 18-50. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1995.

Hartley, John. Genesis. Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson Publishers; Carlisle, Cumbria: Paternoster Press,

Skinner, John. A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Genesis, 2nd ed. Edinburgh:
    T & T Clark, 1930.

Stigers, H.G.A. A Commentary on Genesis. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1987.

Speiser, E.A. Genesis. AB 1; Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1964.

Von Rad, Gerhard. Genesis. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1961.

Walton, John. Genesis. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 2001.

Wenham, Gordon. Genesis. 2 vols. Waco, TX: Dallas, TX: Word Books, 1987-1994.

Westerman, Claus. Genesis. 3 vols. Neukirchen-Vluyn, Neukirchener Verlag des Erziehungsvereins, 1966-



Abou-Zeid, A.M., "Honour and Shame Among the Bedouins of Egypt," J.G. Peristiany, ed. Honour and
    Shame: The Values of Mediterranean
Society (U. of Chicago Press, 1966), 245-59.

_____, "The Changing World of the Nomads," J.G. Peristiany, ed. Contributions to Mediterranean Society
(Paris: Mouton, 1968), 279-288.

Abramzon, S.M., "Family-Group, Family, and Individual Property Categories Among Nomads," W.
    Weissleder, ed. The Nomadic Alternative (The Hague: Mouton, 1978), 179-188.

Adams, W.Y., "Invasion, Diffusion, Evolution?," Antiquity 42 (1968), 194-215.

_____, "The Retreat from Migrationism," ARA 7 (1978), 483-532.

Al-Wardi, A. Soziologie der Nomadentums. Studie ueber die iraquische Gesellschaft (Neuwied: Luchterhand,
    1972; trans. of Arabic edition 1965).

Amiran, D.H.K. and Y. Ben-Arieh, "Sedentarization of Beduin in Israel," IEJ 13 (1963), 161-82.

Asad, T., "The Bedouin as a Military Force: Notes on Some Aspects of Power Relations between Nomads and Sedentaries
    in Historical Perspective," in C. Nelson, ed. The Desert and the Sown. Berkeley, CA: University of California Institute
    of International Studies, 1973: 61-73.

Awad, M., "Living Conditions of Nomadic, Semi-Nomadic and Settled Tribal Groups," A.M. Lutfiyya and C.W. Churchill,
    eds. Readings in Arab Middle Eastern Societies & Cultures (Hague: Mouton, 1970), 135-48.

_____, "Settlement of Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribal Groups in the Middle East," International Labor Review
    79 (1959), 25-56.

Banning, E.B. and Kohler-Rollefson, I., "Ethnoarchaeological Survey in the Beda Area, Southern Jordan," ZDPV 102
    (1986), 152-170.

Barth, F. A. A Tribe of the Khamseh Confederacy: The Basseri Nomads of South Persia (Oslo, 1961).

_____. Ethnic Groups and Boundaries (Boston: Little, Brown, 1969).

_____, "Socio-Economic Changes and Social Problems in Pastoral Lands: Some Concrete Factors," Ecological Guidelines
    for the Use of Natural Resources in the Middle East and S.W. Asia
(Morges, SUI, 1976), 74-80.

Bar-Yosef, O., and A.M. Khazanov, eds. Pastoralism in the Levant: Archaeological Materials in Anthropological
. Madison, WI: Prehistory Press, 1992.

Basilov, V.N., "Honour Groups in Traditional Turkmenian Society," in A.S. Ahmed and D.M. Hart, eds. Islam in Tribal
    Societies: From the Atlas to the Indus
(London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984), 220-243.

Bates, D.G., "The Role of the State in Peasant-Nomad Mutualism," AQ 44 (1971), 109-131.

_____, "Shepherd Becomes Farmer, A Study of Sedentarization and Social Change in Southeastern Turkey," P. Benedict, et
., eds. Turkey, Geographic and Social Perspectives (Leiden: Brill, 1974), 92-133.

_____, "The Middle Eastern Village in Regional Perspective," in P.C. Reining & B. Lenkerd, eds. Village Viability in
   Contemporary Society (Boulder, 1980), 161-183.

Baxter, P.T.W., "Some Consequences of Sedentarization for Social Relationships," Pastoralism in Tropical Africa
(London: Oxford, 1975), 206-228.

Beattie, J.H.M., "On Understanding Sacrifice," M.F.C. Bourdillon and M. Fortes, eds. Sacrifice (London: Academic Press
    Inc. Ltd., 1980), 29-59.

Beck, Lois, "Nomads and Urbanites, Involuntary Hosts and Uninvited Guests," Middle Eastern Studies 18 (1982), 426-44.

Bell, G.L. The Desert and the Sown (London: Heinemann, 1907).

Ben-David, J., "The Negev Bedouin: From Nomadism to Agriculture," in R. Kark, ed. The Land That Became Israel. New
    Haven: Yale, 1990:181-195.

Bottero, J., "Entre Nomades et sedentaires: les Habiru," DHA 6 (1980), 201-213.

Bradburd, D.A., "Never Give a Shepherd an Even Break: Class and Labor Among the Komachi," AE 7 (1980), 603-620.

Brandes, S., "Reflections on Honor and Shame in the Mediterranean," in D.D. Gilmore, ed. Honor and Shame (1987),

Brett, M. and E. Fentress. The Berbers (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996).

Burton, J.W., "Same Time, Same Space: Observations on the Morality of Kinship in Pastoral Nilotic Societies," Eth 22
    (1983), 109-119.

Carroll, M.P., "Leach, Genesis, and Structural Analysis: a Critical Evaluation," AE 4 (1977), 663-677.

Chang, C. and Koster, H.A., "Beyond Bones: Toward an Archaeology of Pastoralism," M.B. Schiffer, ed. Advances in
    Archaeological Method and Theory
9 (1986), 97-147.

Clutton-Brock, J., ed. The Walking Larder. Patterns of Domestication, Pastoralism and Predation (One World 
    Archaeology, 2; London: Unwin Hyman, 1990).

Cohen, E., "Recent Anthropological Studies of Middle Eastern Communities and Ethnic Groups," ARA 6 (1977), 315-347.

Colby, B. and Cole, M., "Culture, Memory and Narrative," R. Horton and R. Finnegan, eds. Modes of Thought, Essays on
    Thinking in Western and Non-Western Societies
(London: Faber & Faber, 1973), 63-91.

Crawford, H., "Nomads: The Forgotten Factor," OLP 8 (1977), 33-45.

Daker, N., "Contribution a l'etude de l'evolution de l'habitat bedouin en Syrie," in O. Aurenche, ed. Nomades et sedentaires:
    perspectives ethnoarcheologiques
(Paris, 1984), 51-79.

Dakhshleiger, G.F., "Settlement and Traditional Social Institutions of the Formerly Nomadic Kazakh People," The Nomadic

Dalton, G., "Anthropological Models in Archaeological Perspective," Ian Hodder, et al, eds. Pattern of the Past: Studies in
    Honour of David Clarke
(Cambridge, 1981), 17-48.

Derks, H., "Nomads in Chinese and Central Asian History. The Max Weber Case," Oriens Extremus 41 (1999a), 7-34.

_____, "Nomads, Jews and Pariahs: Max Weber and Antisemitism," in The European Legacy (Cambridge, MA: MIT
    Press, 1999b), 24-48.

Dever, W.G., "Pastoralism and the End of the Urban Early Bronze Age in Palestine," in O. Bar-Yosef and A.
    Khazanov, eds. Pastoralism in the Levant: Archaeological Materials in Anthropological Perspectives. Madison,
    WI: Prehistory Press, 1992: 88-90.

Dyson-Hudson, N., "The Study of Nomads," JAAS (l972), 2-27.

Ecsedy, I., "Nomads in History and Historical Research," Acta Or 35 (1981), 201-227.

Eidheim, H., "When Ethnic Identity is a Social Stigma," F. Barth, ed. Ethnic Groups and Boundaries (Boston, 1969),

El Wakeel, A.S. and M.A. Abu Sabah, "Relevance of Mobility to Rangeland Utilization: the Baggara Transhumant of
    Southern Kordofan," Nomadic Peoples 32 (1993), 33-38.

Fazel, G.R., "Social and Political Status of Women Among Pastoral Nomads: The Boyr Ahmad of Southwest Iran," AQ 50
    (1977), 77-89.

Flannery, K.V., "The Cultural Evolution of Civilizations," Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 3 (1972), 399-426.

Fried, M.H., "On the Concepts of `Tribe' and `Tribal Society'," June Helm, ed. Essays on the Problem of Tribe (Am.
    Ethnological Society, 1967), 3-20.

Galaty, J., "Nomadic Pastoralists and Social Change Processes and Perspectives," JAAS 16 (1981a), 4-26.

_____, "Introduction: Nomadic Pastoralists and Social Change, Processes and Perspectives," Change and Development in
    Nomadic & Pastoral Societies
, eds. J.G. Galaty & P.C. Salzman (Leiden, 1981b), 4-26.

_____, et al, eds. The Future of Pastoral Peoples (Ottawa: International Development Research Centre, 1981c).

Gellner, E., "Patrons and Clients," in E. Gellner & J. Waterbury, eds. Patrons & Clients in Mediterranean Societies
    (London: Duckworth, 1977), 1-6.

Gilbert, A.S., "On the Origins of Specialized Nomadic Pastoralism in Western Iran," WA 15/1 (1983), 105-19.

_____, "Modern Nomads and Prehistoric Pastoralists: the Limits of Analogy," JANESCU 7 (1975), 53-71.

Gilmore, D.D., "Introduction: The Shame of Dishonor," in D.D. Gilmore, ed. Honor and Shame and the Unity of the
(Washington: AAA, 1987), 2-21.

Ginat, J. Blood Disputes Among Bedouin and Rural Arabs in Israel (London/Tel Aviv: University of Pittsburgh
    Press, 1987). 

Glatzer, B. and Casimir, M.J., "Herds and Households Among Pashtun Pastoral Nomads: Limits of Growth," Eth 22 (1983),

Goldschmidt, W., "Independence as an Element in Pastoral Social Systems," AQ (1971), 132-42.

_____, "A General Model for Pastoral Social Systems," Pastoral Production and Society (Cambridge, 1979), 15-27.

Gulliver, P.H., "Nomadic Movements: Causes and Implications," Pastoralism in Tropical Africa (London: Oxford, 1975),

Hallpike, C.R., "Social Hair," MAN 4 (1969), 256-264.

Giovannini, M.J., "Female Chastity Codes in the Circum-Mediterranean: Comparative Perspectives," in D.D. Gilmore Honor
    and Shame
(1987), 61-74.

Herrenschmidt, O., "Sacrifice, Symbolic or Effective?," M. Izard and P. Smith, eds. Between Belief and Transgression
   (Chicago: U. of Chicago Press, 1982), 24-42.

Herzfeld, M., "Honour and Shame: Problems in the Comparative Analysis of Moral Systems," Man 15 (1980), 339-351.

_____, "'As in your own house': Hospitality, Ethnography, and the Stereotype of Mediterranean Society," in D.D. Gilmore,
    ed. Honor and Shame (1987), 75-89.

Hiebert, T., "Israel's Ancestors Were Not Nomads," in D. Schloen, ed. Exploring the Longue Durée: Essays in Honor of
     Lawrence E. Stager
. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2009: 199-205.

Hobbs, J. Bedouin Life in the Egyptian Wilderness (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1992).

Hole, Frank, "Rediscovering the Past in the Present: Ethnoarchaeology in Luristan, Iran," C. Kramer, ed. Ethnoarchaeology,
    Implications of Ethnography
(Cambridge, 1979), 192-218.

Holy, L. Kinship, Honour and Solidarity: Cousin Marriage in the Middle East (Manchester: Manchester, 1989).

Horton, R., "Levy-Bruhl, Durkheim and the Scientific Revolution," R. Horton and R. Finnegan, eds. Modes of Thought
    (London: Faber & Faber, 1973), 249-305.

Humphrey, C. and D. Sneath. The End of Nomadism? Society, State and the Environment in Inner Asia (Cambridge:
    White Horse Press, 1999).

Irons, W., "Livestock Raiding Among Pastoralists: An Adaptive Interpretation," PMA 50 (1965), 393-414.

_____, "Nomadism as a Political Adaption, The Case of Yomut Turkmen." AM Eth 1 (1974), 635-658.

_____, "Variation in Political Stratification Among the Yomut Turkmen," AQ 44 (1971), 143-56.

_____, "Political Stratification among Pastoral Nomads," Pastoral Production and Society (Cambridge, 1979), 361-74.

Jabbur, J.S. The Bedouins and the Desert. Aspects of Nomadic Life in the Arab East (New York: SUNY, 1995).

Jacobs, L., "Tell-i Nun: Archaeological Implications of a Village in Transition," C. Kramer, ed. Ethnoarchaeology:
    Implications of Ethnography for Archaeology
(NY: Columbia U. Press, 1979), 175-91.

Johnson, D.L. The Nature of Nomadism (Chicago, l969).

Jordan, R.A. and F.A. De Caro, "Women and the Study of Folklore," SIGNS 11/3 (1986), 500-18.

Khazanov, A.M., "Characteristic Features of Nomadic Communities in the Eurasian Steppes," The Nomadic Alternative
    (1978), 119-126.

_____, "Les formes de dependance des agriculteurs par rapport aux nomades antiques des steppes Eurasiatiques,"
   Terre et paysans dependants dans les societes antiques (Paris, 1979), 229-247.

_____. Nomads and the Outside World (Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1984; 2nd ed. Madison: University of
    Wisconsin Press, 1994).

Kohler-Rollefson, I., "A Model for the Development of Nomadic Pastoralism on the Transjordanian Plateau," in O. Bar-
   Yosef and A. Khazanov, eds. Pastoralism in the Levant: Archaeological Materials in Anthropological Perspectives.
   Madison, WI: Prehistory Press, 1992: 11-18.

Krader, L., "The Ecology of Nomadic Pastoralism," ISSJ 11 (1959), 499-509.

Kramer, C., "An Archaeological View of a Contemporary Kurdish Village: Domestic Architecture, Household
    Size, and Wealth," C. Kramer, ed. Ethnoarchaeology (Cambridge, 1979), 139-163.

LaBianca, O.S., "The Return of the Nomad: An Analysis of the Process of Nomadization in Jordan," ADAJ 29 (1985),

Lancaster, F., "Bedouin by adoption," New Society 27 (1974).

Lancaster, W., "I am your brother's son's son's son: help me," New Society 35 (1976), 159-161.

Lehmann, G., "Reconstructing the Social Landscape of Early Israel: Rural Marriage Alliances in the Central Hill Country,"
    Tel Aviv 31 (2004), 141-93.

Levy, T.E., "The Emergence of Specialized Pastoralism in the Southern Levant," WA 15/1 (1983), 15-36.

_____, R.B. Adams, and A. Muniz, "Archaeology and the Shasu Nomads: Recent Excavations in the Jabal Hamrat Fidan, Jordan,"
     in R.E. Friedman and W.H.C. Propp, eds. Le-David Maskil. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2004: 63-89.

Lewis, I.M., "The Dynamics of Nomadism: Prospects for Sedentarization and Social Change," Pastoralism in Tropical
(London: Oxford, 1975), 426-441.

Loizos, P., "Politics and Patronage in a Cypriot village, 1920-1970," in E. Gellner and J. Waterbury, eds. Patrons and
    Clients in Mediterranean Societies
(London: Duckworth, 1977), 115-135.

Marx, E., "The Tribe as a Unit of Subsistence: Nomadic Pastoralism in the Middle East," AA 79 (1977), 343-63.

_____, "The Ecology and Politics of Nomadic Pastoralists in the Middle East," The Nomadic Alternative (1978), 41-74.

_____, "Are There Pastoral Nomads in the Middle East?" in O. Bar-Yosef and A. Khazanov, eds. Pastoralism in the
    Levant: Archaeological Materials in Anthropological Perspectives
. Madison,WI: Prehistory Press, 1992: 255-60.

Matthews, V.H., "Syria to the Early Second Millennium," in M. Chavalas and K.L. Younger, eds.  Mesopotamia and the
    Bible: Comparative Explorations
. JSOTSup 341; London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2002: 168-190.

_____. Pastoral Nomadism in the Mari Kingdom (ca. 1830-1760 B.C.). Boston: ASOR, 1978.

_____ and D.C. Benjamin. Social World of Ancient Israel 1250-587 BCE. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1993.

McIntosh, S.K. and R.J., "The Early City in West Africa: Towards an Understanding," African Archaeological Review 2
    (1984), 73-98.

Mitchell, W., "Movement and Pastoral Namadism: A Tentative Model," RMSSJ 8 (1971), 63-72.

Monod, T., "Introduction," Pastoralism in Tropical Africa (London: Oxford, 1975), 99-183.

Moore, R.L., ed. Anthropology and the Study of Religion (Chicago: Center for the Scientific Study of Religion, 1984).

Morris, B. Anthropological Studies of Religion, An Introductory Text (Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1987),
    91-140, 329-358. 

Moscovici, S., "Le part sedentaire et la part nomade," L. Poliakov, ed. Homes et betes entretiens sur le racisme
    (Paris, 1975), 19-58.

Murphy, R.F. and Kasdan, L., "The Structure of Parallel Cousin Marriage," AA 61 (1959), 17-29.

_____, "Agnation and Endogamy: Some Further Considerations," SWJA 23/1 (1967), 1-14.

Murray, G.W. Sons of Ishmael. A Study of the Egyptian Bedouin (London: Routledge, 1935).

von Oppenheim, M. Die Beduinen. Band 1. Die Beduinenstaemme in Mesopotamien und Syrien; Band 2.  Die
    Beduinenstaemme in Palaestina, Transjordanien, Sinai, Hedjaz
; Band 3. Die Beduinenstaemme in Arabien,
    Irak, Persien ...
; Band 4. Nicht-vollbluetige Beduinen, nicht-arabische Staemme ...; Band 5. Kultur und
    Leben der Beduinen
. (Leipzig/Wiesbaden: Harrossowitz, 1939 ff.) Reprint from vol. 1 + 2 with all the maps
    (Hildesheim/New York: Georg Olms, 1983).

Ortner, S.B., "The Virgin and the State," Feminist Studies 4 (1978), 19-35.

Paine, R., "Animals as Capital: Comparisons among Northern Nomadic Herders and Hunters," AQ 44 (1971), 157-72.

Pastner, McC. C., "Kinship terminology and Feudal versus Tribal Orientations in Baluch Social Organization: a Comparative
    View,"  The Nomadic Alternative (1978), 261-274.

Pastner, S., "Ideological Aspects of Nomad-Sedentary Contact: A Case from Southern Baluchistan," AQ 44 (1971), 173-84.

Pastoral Production and Society/ Production pastorale et societe. Proceedings of the International Meeting on Nomadic
    Pastoralism Paris (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979).

Patai, R., "The Culture Areas of the Middle East," The Nomadic Alternative (1978), 1-39.

Peters, E., "The Paucity of Ritual among Middle Eastern Pastoralists," in A.S. Ahmed and D.M. Hart, eds. Islam
    in Tribal Societies
(1984), 187-219.

Pitkänen, P., "Ethnicity, Assimilation and the Israelite Settlement," TynBul 55 (2004),  161-82.

Rodd, R.F. People of the Veil. Being an Account of the Habits, Organisation ... Tuareg Tribes .... (Oosterhout, Ned.:
    Antrhopological Publications, 1970; reprint of 1926 edition).

Rosenfeld, H., "The Contradictions between Property, Kinship and Power, as Reflected in the Marriage System of an Arab
    Village," J.G. Peristiany, ed. Contributions to Mediterranean Sociology (Paris: Mouton, 1968), 247-260.

Rowlands, M., "The Role of Memory in the Transmission of Culture," WA 25 (1993), 141-51.

Rutledge, P., "Anthropology of Religion: Three Major Anthropological Figures in Contemporary Religious Thought," East
    Asia J Th
3 (1985), 76-87.

Salzman, P.C., "Political Organization Among Nomadic Peoples," Proc Am Phil Soc 111 (1967), 115-131.

_____, "Movement and Resource Extraction Among Pastoral Nomads: The Case of the Shah Nawaz: Baluch," AQ 44
    (1971), 185-97.

_____, "Inequality and Oppression in Nomadic Society," Pastoral Production and Society (Cambridge, 1979), 429-446.

_____, "Processes of Sedentarization Among the Nomads of Baluchistan," When Nomads Settle (1980), 95-110.

_____, "Afterward: On Some General Theoretical Issues," JAAS 16 (1981), 158-166.

Schmidt, W., "Die afrikanischen Hirtenvoelker: Hamiten und Hamitoiden," Der Ursprung der Gottesidee. Vol. VII
    (Muenster: Aschendorffsche Verlagsb., 1940).

_____, "Die afrikanischen hirtenvoelker: Niloten ...," Der Ursprung der Gottesidee, Vol. III (Muenster: Aschend.
    Verlagsb., 1949a).

_____, "Die asiatischen Hirtenvoelker: die primaeren Hirtenvoelker der Alt-Tuerken, der Altai- und der Abakan-
    Tataren," Der Ursprung der Gottesidee, Vol. IX (Muenster: Aschend. verlagsb., 1949b).

_____, "Die asiatischen Hirtenvoelker: die sekundaeren Hirtenvoelker der Mongolen, Burjaten ... und der Yakagiren,"
    Der Ursprung der Gottesidee, Vol. X (Muenster: Aschend. verlagsb., 1952).

Schneider, J., "Of Vigilance and Virgins: Honor, Shame and Access to Resources in Mediterranean Societies," Ethnology 10
    (1971), 1-24.

Sherratt, A., "Plough and Pastoralism: Aspects of the Secondary Products Revolution," I. Hodder, et al, 
    eds. Pattern of the Past (Cambridge, 1981), 261-305.

Simon, R., "Symbiosis of Nomads and Sedentaries on the Character of the Middle Eastern Civilization," ACTA OR 35
    (1981), 229-242.

Spiro, M.E., "Religion: Problems of Definition and Explanation," M.Banton, ed. Anthropological Approaches to the Study
    of Religion
(Edinburgh: Tavistock, 1966), 85-126.

Spooner, B., "Towards a Generative Model of Nomadism," AQ 44 (1971), 198-210.

_____, "The Status of Nomadism as a Cultural Phenomenon in the Middle East," JAAS 7 (1972), 121-131.

_____, "The Cultural Ecology of Pastoral Nomads," University of Pennsylvania, 1973.

_____, "Flexibility and Interdependence in Traditional Pastoral Land Use Systems: a Case for the Human Component
    in Ecological Studies for Developement," Ecological Guidelines for the Use of Natural Resources in the Middle
    East and S.W. Asia
(SUI, 1976), 86-92.

Stewart, F.H. Honor (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994).

Sweet, L.E., "A Day in a Peasant Household," A.M. Lutfiyya and C.W. Churchill, eds. Readings in Arab Middle Eastern
   Societies & Cultures (Hague: Mouton, 1970), 218-223.

Swidler, N., "The Deveolpment of the Kalat Khanate," JAAS 7 (1972), 113-121.

_____, "Sedentarization and Modes of Economic Intergration in the Middle East," When Nomads Settle (1980), 21-33.

Tapper, Richard L., "The Organization of Nomadic Communities in Pastoral Societies of the Middle East," Pastoral
   Production and Society (Cambridge, 1979), 43-65.

Weiers, M., ed. Die Mongolen. Beitraege zu ihrer Geschichte und Kultur (Darmstadt: Wissenschaft Buchgesellschaft,

Wikan, U., "Shame and Honour: A Contestable Pair," Man 19 (1984), 635-652.

Zarins, J., "Pastoral Nomadism in Arabia: Ethnoarchaeology and the Archaeological Record," in O. Bar-Yosef and A.
    Khazanov, eds. Pastoralism in the Levant: Archaeological Materials in Anthropological Perspectives. Madison,
    WI: Prehistory Press, 1992: 219-40.


Adams, R. McC., "The Mesopotamian Social Landscape: A View From the Frontier," C.B. Moore, ed. Reconstructing
    Complex Societies, An Archaeological Colloquim
(SBASOR 20, 1974), 1-20.

_____, "Mesopotamian Social Evolution: Old Outlooks, New Goals," W. Sander, et al, eds. On the Evolution of Complex
    Societies: Essays in Honor of Harry Hoijer
(Malibu, CA: Undena, 1984), 79-129.

Alster, B. Dumuzi's Dream: Aspects of Oral Poetry in a Sumerian Myth. Copenhagen: Akademisk Forlag, 1974.

Bing, J.D., "Adapa and Immortality," UF 16 (1984), 53-56.

Buccellati, G., "'Apiru and Munnabtutu - The Stateless of the First Cosmopolitan Age," JNES 36 (1977), 145-48.

_____, "Adapa, Genesis, and the Notion of Faith," UF 5 (1973), 61-70.

_____, Cities and Nations of Ancient Syria (Rome, 1967).

Edzard, D.O., "Altbabylonisch nawum," ZA 53 (l959), 168-173.

Eichler, B.L., "Another Look at the Nuzi Sistership Contracts," Maria de Jong Ellis, ed. Essays on the Ancient Near East in
    Memory of J.J. Finkelstein
(Hamden, CN: Archon Books, 1977), 45-59.

Faulkner, R.O., "The Bremner-Rhind Papyrus--III," JEA 23 (1937), 166-85.

Finkelstein, J.J., "Early Mesopotamia, 2500-1000 B.C.," in H.D. Lasswell, et al., eds. Propaganda and Communication
    in World History
(Honolulu: U. of Hawaii Press, 1979), 50-110.

Fontaine, C., "The Deceptive Goddess in Ancient Near Eastern Myth: Inanna and Inaraš," Semeia 42 (1988), 84-102.

Frenkian, Aram M. "Observations Sur L'Origine et La Composition de L'epoque de Gilgamesh," Studia et Acta Orientalia
4 (1962), 91-94.

Gates, M.-H., "Dialogues between Ancient Near Eastern Texts and the Archaeological Record: Test Cases from Bronze Age
    Syria," BASOR 270 (1988), 63-91.

Gelb, I.J., "The Early History of the West Semitic Peoples," JCS 15 (1961), 27-47.

Gerstenblith, P., "A Reassessment of the Beginning of the Middle Bronze Age in Syria-Palestine," BASOR 237 (1980),

Haldar, A. Who Were the Amorites? (Leiden: Brill, 1971).

Hallo, W.W., "Antediluvian Cities," JCS 23 (1971), 57-67.

Hammerly-Dupuy, D., "Some Observations on the Assyro-Babylonian and Sumerian Flood Stories," AUSS 6 (1968), 1-18.

Held, G.F., "Parallel's Between The Gilgamesh Epic and Plato's Symposium," JNES 42 (1983), 133-41.

Held, Moshe, "Two Philological Notes on Enuma Elish, AOAT 25 (1976), 231-239.

Hoffner, H.A., Jr., "Enki's Command to Atrahasis," AOAT 25 (1976), 241-245.

Jacobsen, T., The Treasures of Darkness (New Haven, 1976).

Jastrow, M., "The Sumerian View of Beginnings," JAOS 36 (1916), 122-135, 274-299.

_____, "Sumerian Myths of Beginnings," AJSL 33 (1916-17), 91-144.

Jean, D.F., "Les Traditions Sumero-Babyloniennes Sur La Creation D'Apes Les Decouvertes et Les Etudes Recentes,"
    NRTH 67 (1940), 169-186.

Kamp, K.A. and N. Yoffee, "Ethnicity in Ancient Western Asia During the Early 2nd Millenium B.C.: Archaeological
    Assessments and Ethnoarchaeological Prospectives," BASOR 237 (1980), 85-104.

Kilmer, Anne D. "The Mesopotamian Concept of Over Population and Its Solution as Reflected in the Mythology," Or 41
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_____, "Speculations on Umul, the First Baby," AOAT 26 (1976), 265-270.

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