On-line Resource Gath of the Philsitines: The Official Site of the Tell es-Safi Archaeological Project (Bar Ilan University)
On-line Resource Robert W. Benton, "The Philistines and the Early Kingdom of Israel," Grace Journal 8.1 (Winter 1967): 21-31.View in PDF format [Reproduced Courtesy of the Brethren Digital Archive]
On-line Resource The Philistines I (Stichting Bijbel)
Book or monograph Trude, Dothan, Philistine Material Culture and its Mycenaean Affinities. Pp. 187–88 and 376 in Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium: The Mycenaeans in the Eastern Mediterranean. Nicosia, 1973.
Book or monograph Trude Dothan, The Philistines and their Material Culture. Jerusalem / Cambridge, MA: Israel Exploration Society / Yale University Press, 1982. Hbk. ISBN: 0300022581. {}
Article Trude Dothan, "Tel Miqne-Ekron: The Aegean affinities of the Sea Peoples’ (Philistines’) settlement in Iron Age I" S. Gitin, ed. Recent Excavations in Israel: A view to the west. Reports from Kabri, Nami, Miqne-Ekron, Dor, and Ashkelon. Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt, 1995. pp.41-59
Article Trude Dothan, "Ekron of the Philistines," Biblical Archaeology Review 16 (1990): 26-36.
Article Trude Dothan, "What we know about the Philistines," Biblical Archaeology Review 8 (1982,): 4, 20-44.
Book or monograph Dothan: Peoples of the SeaTrude Dothan, & M. Dothan, Peoples of the Sea: the Search for the Philistines. New York: Macmillan, 1992. Hbk. ISBN: 0025322613. pp.276. {}
Book or monograph Carl S. Ehrlich, The Philistines in Translation. Leiden: E J Brill, 1996. ISBN: 9004104267. pp.220. {}
Article Israel Finkelstein, "The Philistine Countryside," Israel Exploration Journal 46.3-4 (1996): 225-242.
Article Israel Finkelstein, "The Philistines in the Bible: A Late-Monarchic Perspective," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 27.2 (2002): 131-167. [Abstract]
Article S. Gitin, "Tel Miqne-Ekron in the 7th century BCE: the impact of economic innovation and foreign cultural influences on a Neo-Assyrian vassal city-state" S. Gitin, ed. Recent Excavations in Israel: A view to the west. Reports from Kabri, Nami, Miqne-Ekron, Dor, and Ashkelon. Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt, 1995. Pbk. ISBN: 0787204862. pp.61-79. {}
Article S. Gitin & Trude Dothan, "The rise and fall of Ekron of the Philistines: Recent excavations at an urban border site" Biblical Archaeologist 50 (1985): 197-222.
Article Aren M. Ehrlich & Carl S. Maeir, "Excavating Philistine Gath, Have We Found Goliath's Hometown?" Biblical Archaeology Review 27.6 (2001): 22-31.
Book or monograph Hindson: The Philistines and the Old TestamentEdward E. Hindson, The Philistines and the Old Testament. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1971. Pbk. ISBN: 0801040345. {}
Book or monograph S. Gitin, A. Mazar & E. Stern, eds. Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1998. Hbk. ISBN: 9652210366. pp.481. {}
On-line Resource James E. Jennings, "The Problem of the Caphtorim," Grace Journal 12.2 (Spring 1971): 23-45.View in PDF format [Reproduced Courtesy of the Brethren Digital Archive]
On-line Resource The First Philistine Inscription Found in Israel is That of Akish, "Prince of Ekron" (Peter Kaswalder, O.F.M.)
Article H.J. Katzenstein & T. Dothan, "Philistines" D.N. Freedman, ed. The Anchor Bible Dictionary, Vol. 5. New York: Doubleday, 1992 .pp.326-333.
Book or monograph R.A.S. Macalister, Philistines, Their History and Civilization. Periodicals Service Company, 1980. Pbk. ISBN: 0317157310. {}
Article A. Mazar, "The Emergence of the Philistine Material Culture," Israel Exploration Journal 35 (1985): 95–107.
Article James D. Muhly "How Iron Technology Changed the Ancient World and Gave the Philistines a Military Edge," Biblical Archaeology Review 8 (November-December 1982): 40-54.
Book or monograph N.K. Sandars, The Sea Peoples: Warriors of the Ancient Mediterranean 1250-1150 BC. London: Thames & Hudson, 1985. Pbk. ISBN: 0500273871. {}
Article William M. Schniedewind, "The Geopolitical History of Philistine Gath," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 309 (1998): 69-77.
Article I. Singer, "The beginning of Philistine settlement in Canaan and the northern boundary of Philistia" Tel Aviv 12 (1985): 109-114.
Article Bryan Jack Stone, "The Philistines and Acculturation: Culture Change and Ethnic Continuity in the Iron Age," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 298 (1995): 7-32.
Article H. Tadmor, "Philistia under Assyrian rule," Biblical Archaeologist 29 (1966): 86-102.
Article Bryant G. Wood, "The Philistines Enter Canaan: Were they Egyptian Lackeys or Invading Conquerors," Biblical Archaeological Review, November/December 1991.
On-line Resource The Genesis Philistines (Bryant Wood)
Article Edwin M. Yamauchi, "Archaeological Evidence for the Philistines A Review Article," Westminster Theological Journal 35.3 (1973): 315-323.
Article Adam Zertal, "Philistine Kin Found in Early Israel," Biblical Archaeology Review 28.3 (2002): 18-31, 60-61.
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