Ancient writing systems in the Mediterranean

A critical guide to electronic resources


- 9th-6th century BC


  1. N. Avigad (1970) Moabite and Ammonite Seals in Near Eastern Archaeology in the Twentieth Century. Essays in Honour of Nelson Glueck Garden City pp. 284-295 (en)
  2. G. Garbini (1974) Ammonite Inscriptions in Journal of Semitic Studies N. 19/2 pp. 159-168 (en)
  3. D. Pardee (1979) Literary Sources for the History of Palestine and Syria II: Hebrew, Moabite, Ammonite and Edomite Inscriptions in Andrews University Seminary Studies N. 17 pp. 47-70 (en)
  4. N.D. Williams (1980) A Catalogue and Bibliography of Moabite, Ammonite and Edomite Inscriptions Dallas Theological Seminary (en)
  5. W.E. Aufrecht (1983) A Bibliography of Ammonite Inscriptions University of Toronto (en)
  6. F. Israel (1987) Les sceaux ammonites in Syria N. 64 pp. 141-146 (fr)
  7. W.E. Aufrecht (1989) A Corpus of Ammonite Inscriptions Edwin Mellen Press (en)
  8. F. Israel (1991) Note ammonite, III. Problemi di epigrafia sigillare ammonita in Phoinikeia Grammata: lire et écrire en Méditerranée. Actes du Colloque de Liège 15-18 nov. 1989 Société des études classiques pp. 215-219 (it)
  9. F. Israel (1997) Ammonite Inscriptions in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East Oxford University Press Vol. 1 pp. 105-107 (en)
  10. G. Garbini (2006) Introduzione all'epigrafia semitica Paideia pp. 105-107 (it)
  11. F.M. Cross (2009) Ammonite Ostraca from Tell Hesban in Small Finds: Studies of Bone, Iron, Glass, Figurines, and Stone Objects from Tell Hesban and Vicinity Andrews University Press (en)