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  • Frendo, Anthony J. (forthcoming) The Invention of the Alphabet and economic Growth in the Levant in the first Millennium B.C., in, Myriam Wissa, ed., Proceedings of an international Symposium on the Knowledge of Economy and technological Capabilities, Paris, 9-10 December 2005, Barcelona: Aula Orientalis (Supplementa)
  • Frendo, Anthony J. (forthcoming) The relative Wāw and the Deities of Byblos: the Case of the Yehimilk Inscription, in Carla del Vais, ed., Festschrift in Honour of Giovanni Tore, Cagliari
  • Frendo, Anthony J. (2008) A possible Explanation for the stratigraphic and ceramic changes at Tell Deir ‘Allā during the transition from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age, in M. Steiner and E. Van der Steen, ed., Sacred and Sweet: Studies on the material culture of Tell Deir 'Allā and Tell Abu Sarbut, Leuven/Paris/Dudley, MA: Peeters: 93-108
  • Frendo, Anthony J., preface and conclusion by Adrian Gellel, guest editor (2007) ‘Come and
  • See’: an existential Approach to received Wisdom, International Journal of Children’s Spirituality, 12(1): 9-16
  • Frendo, Anthony J. (2007) Back to the bare Essentials, ‘Procopius’ Phoenician Inscriptions: never lost, not found’ – a Response, Palestine Exploration Quarterly, 139: 105-107
  • Frendo, Anthony J. (2004) Back to Basics:  a holistic Approach to the Problem of the Emergence of Ancient Israel, in John Day, ed., In Search of Pre-Exilic Israel:  Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar, Edinburgh:  T. & T. Clark International, 41-64
  • Frendo, Anthony J., jointly with A. de Trafford and N.C. Vella, (2004) Water Journeys of the Dead: a Glimpse into Phoenician and Punic Eschatology, in Antonella Spanò Giammellaro, ed., Atti del V Congresso internazionale di Studi Fenici, Marsala-Palermo, 2-8 ottobre 2000, vol.I, Palermo: Università degli Studi di Palermo – Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, 427-443
  • Frendo, Anthony J. (2003) Bronze Age Urban Households of the Levant:  how do we really know the Past?  (review article),  Antiquity, 77:  604-608Frendo, Anthony J. (2002) Two long-lost Phoenician Inscriptions and the Emergence of Ancient Israel, Palestine Exploration Quarterly, 134:  37-43

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