The Beth Shean Valley: The 17th Archaeological Convention/ Bekaat Beit-Shean HaKinus HaArtzai HaShevah Asar LeYidiat HaAretz.
Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1962. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket with minor edgewear and light waterstaining., 202 pp., b/w photos, fold-out map. Very Good. Item #9172
This edition is entirely in the Hebrew Language. Articles are "The Valley of Beth-Shean in Biblical Times," B. Mazar, "Beth-Shean and its Temples in the Period of Egyptian Domination," S. Yeivin, "Issachar and Manasseh in the Beth-Shean Valley," Y. Aharoni, "The Tell of Beth-Shean," R. Amiran, "Scythopolis," M. Avi-Yonah, "The Mosaic Pavement of the Beth-Alpha Synagogue and its Place in the History of Jewish Art," N. Avigad, "The Roman Theatre of Beth-Shean," S. Applebaum, "The Samaritans in the Beth-Shean Region," I. Ben-Zvi, "Beth-Shean as the Focus of Researches of R. Eshthori ha-Parhi," J. Braslavy, "The Roads of the Gilboa Mountains and Their Adminstrative Relation to Beth-Shean," J. Levinson, "The Geographical Peculiarities of the Beth-Shean Region," D. Nir, "Three Consecutive Years of Drought in the Beth-Shean Region," D. Nir, "Twenty-Five Years of Jewish Settlement in the Beth-Shean Valley and the Mountains of Gilboa," J. Weitz, "Some Historical Sites and Parks," Y. Yannay, "The Archaeological Survey of the Beth-Shean Valley," N. Zori, "The 17th Annual Archaological Convention," J. Aviram. All articles are in Hebrew.