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The Oxford Bible Commentary Line-by-line commentary for the New Revised Standard Version Bible.

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—— (1976), The Rise of the Israelite Monarchy: The Growth and Development of 1 Samuel 7–15, SBLDS 27 (Missoula: Scholars Press).

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—— (1966), ‘Theme and Motif in the Succession History (2 Sam xi 2 ff.) and the Yahwist Corpus’, Volume du Congrès, Genève 1965, VTSup 44–57.

—— (1969a), ‘Kiriath-jearim and the Ark’, JBL 88: 143–56.

—— (1969b), ‘1 and 2 Samuel’, in R. C. Fuller (ed.), A New Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture (London: Nelson), 305–27.

—— (1974), ‘Did Saul Make Gibeon his Capital?’, VT 24: 1–7.

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—— (1973), Canaanite Myth and Hebrew Epic: Essays in the History of the Religion of Israel (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press).

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—— (1970), ‘The Battle between the Men of Joab and Abner as a Possible Ordeal by Battle?’, VT 20: 356–7.

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———(1980), The Fate of King Saul, JSOTSup 14 (Sheffield: JSOT).

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———(1990), The Nathan Narratives, JSOTSup 80 (Sheffield: JSOT).

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———(1984), 2 Samuel, AB 9 (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

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———(1958), ‘The Kingdom of David and Solomon in its Contact with Egypt and Aram Naharaim’, BA 21: 96–102.

———(1963), ‘Aspects of the Foreign Policies of David and Solomon’, JNES 22: 1–17.

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———(1979), ‘Salomo—der Erstgeborene Bathsebas’, in J. A. Emerton (ed.), Studies in the Historical Books of the Old Testament, VTSup 30 (Leiden: Brill), 230–50.

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———(1966), ‘The Beginnings of Historical Writing in Ancient Israel’, The Problem of the Hexateuch and Other Essays (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd), 166–204.

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———(1972), ‘Cultic Elements in the Story of Samuel's Birth and Dedication’, ST 26: 33–61.

———(1973), ‘The Song of Hannah and Psalm 113’, CBQ 35: 139–54.

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