Egypt, Israel, and the Ancient Mediterranean World: Studies in Honor of Donald B. Redford

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INDEX OF AUTHORS
Abd el-Maksoud, Mohamed 131, 132n.
Adam, K. D. 86n.
Adams, W. Y. 43–44, 126.
Adamson, S. 62, 81.
Aharoni,Y. 312n, 415.
Albright, William Foxwell 129n, 408, 411–412, 456.
Aldred, Cyril 199n, 200n, 231.
Alexander, Paul, G. 496n.
Alexander, R. E. 340n.
Allen, J. P. 157n, 352, 354.
Altenmueller, H. 165n.
Amer, Amin 140.
Amiran, Ruth 49–50, 128–129.
Andelkovic, B. 49n.
Anderson, W.P. 416.
Andreu, G. 170n.
Andrews, C. 400n.
Annesley, George (Lord Valentia, Earl of Mountnorris) 65, 67.
Ariel, D. T. 418.
Arnold, D. 272n, 274–277, 279n, 283, 310n.
Ashton, S.-A. 291n.
Assman, Jan 9–10, 144n, 150, 155156, 162, 185–186, 189, 265–266, 351–352.
Aston, D. A. 31 l,316n, 318–319, 323n, 326–327, 329–330, 406–408, 416.
Aufrere, Sydney 47, 56n.
Avigad, Nachman 417.
Avituv, Shmuel 135.
Badian, Ernst 449.
Badawy, A. 274n.
BainesJ. 145n, 149n, 157, 159–160, 163–165, 167n, 169–170, 173–174.
Banning, E. B. 82n.
Barag, Dan 471.
Baring-Gould, S. 484n.
Barnes, T. D. 482n.
Barr, J. 345n, 352.
Barquet, P. 300n.
Barrett, C. K. 355.
Barucq,.A. 150, 155–156.
Baus, K. 480n.
Beaulieu, P.-A 457–458.
Beck, H.-G. 487n.
Beit-Arieh, I. 49n, 50–52.
Bell, Lanny 55, 264–265, 299.
Bennett, W.J. jr. 464.
Benson, M. 295.
Ben-Tor, Amnon 49n, 129n, 400.
Berg, D. 295n.
Bernheimer, Richard 481.
Berman, L. 198n, 225.
Betlyon, John 16.
Bey, H. 467, 471.
Bianchi, R. 291–292.
Bickel, Susanne 182n.
Bienkowski, Piotr 125.
Bierling, M. R. 406.
Bietak, Manfred 77, 132, 346.
Bikai, P. M. 416.
Binns, John 485n.
Birch, S. 143, 155–156.
Blanton, R. E. 42.
Bleiberg, Edward 7–8, 136–137, 139n, 290n.
Blenkinsopp, J. 442n.
Bliss, F.J. 408.
Bloch, Herbert 489–490.
Blum, E. 365–366, 369, 378, 382383.
B'naity, J. 62–63, 68, 81.
Boardman, J. 460–461, 466.
Boeda, E. 86n.
Bonnet, C. 54.
van den Boom, G. P. F. 170n.
Borchardt, Ludwig 263.
Bordes, F. 86n, 42.
Borgerhof-Mulder, M. 451–452.
Botero, Jean 205n.
Boureau, Alain 491n.
Bourriau, J. 334n, 339, 406–408, 415–416.
Bowersock, G. W. 494n.
Burkert, Walter 494n.
Boydell, P.J. 85.
Bradbury, Louis 123n.
Brakke, David 479n.
Brand, Peter 11–12, 259n, 262n, 265, 360.

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