Rev W M Thomson ed. (1985):
The Land And The Book,
718 pp, hardcover, over 100 engravings, some of caves, with map.
Hyperion Books (December 1985), ISBN: 1850770549 amazon.com
H V Morton (1938):
Through the Lands of the Bible,
1st ed 1938 400 pp 25 illus and two endpaper maps.
This book describes a journey from the Euphrates to the Nile, and from the Nile
to the Tiber.
In the course of his journey, Morton visits Babylon, Ur of the Chaldees, The
Oasis of Siwa and numerous hermit caves.
Niqrot Zurim is the national caving magazine,
published by the Israel Cave Research Center.
The current issue (2000) is Vol 20.
Eran Feitelson (ed.), Marwan Haddad (ed.), Eran Feitieson (2001):
Management of Shared Groundwater Resources - The Israeli-Palestinian Case with an International Perspective,
(Natural Resource Management and Policy, Volume 18)
Hardcover, 512pp, Kluwer Academic Publishers; (January 2001), ISBN: 0792372549 amazon.com
Leo Picard, F. Hirsch (1987):
The Jurassic stratigraphy in Israel and the adjacent countries,
106 pp, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities amazon.com
Norman Bentwich (1960):
The New-Old Land of Israel,
The archaeology of the Bible Lands, The Excavations at Jerico, Hazor The Galilean Hills,
The Dead Sea Caves, Massada, linked with the rebirth of the Jewish Nation
London, Allen & Unwin, 1960 1st Edition. 161pp, 20 illustrations, HB
This book deals particularly with the most recent excavations which have
amazingly enlarged our knowledge of Bible times.