This is a sandbox for future/(already made) articles, books *not fully listed on the net*, etc:
- http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail_eng.asp?id=138&mag_id=110 Tel Bet Yerah 2005
- http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail_eng.asp?id=161&mag_id=110 Deganya A, Prehistoric Survey on the Southern Shore of the Kinneret 2005
- http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail_eng.asp?id=487&mag_id=112 Jisr es-Sidd 2007
- http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail_eng.asp?id=1091&mag_id=115 Hof Shahaf 2009
- http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail_eng.asp?id=136&mag_id=110 Tel ‘Eli 2005
- http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail_eng.asp?id=901&mag_id=114 Kinneret, the Berenice Aqueduct to Tiberias 2008
- http://www.jpress.org.il/Default/Skins/TAUEn/Client.asp?Skin=TAUEn&enter=true&tauLanguage=english&Hs=advanced&AppName=2&AW=1268868878203 search for: "Beth Yerah"
- 1 Pringle links:
- 2 Moshe Sharon CIAP-books, links:
- 3 Collection of sources on the Napoleon 1799 Palestinian campaign:
- 4 future article: Jisr Isdud, located south-east of the modern city of Ashdod
- 5 Sirin, Baysan, District of Baysan
- 6 Abu Zurayq, District of Haifa,
- 7 Bayt Mahsir, District of Jerusalem
- 8 Sataf, District of Jerusalem
- 9 Al-Tabigha, District of Tiberias
- 10 future article(?): Dar al Hanun
- 11 notes for Yaman and Qaisi
- 12 references
- Tamārī, Salīm (2008), Mountain Against the Sea: Essays on Palestinian Society and Culture, University of California Press, ISBN 9780520251298 e.g. p.71
- Ellenblum, Ronnie (2003). Frankish Rural Settlement in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521521871.
- Pringle, Denys (1997). Secular buildings in the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem: an archaeological Gazetter. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521 46010 7.
( e.g.p. 52)
- Pringle, Denys (1993). The Churches of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem: A-K (excluding Acre and Jerusalem). I. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0 521 39036 2.
( e.g. p. 97 )
- Pringle, Denys (1998). The Churches of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem: L-Z (exluding Tyre). II. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0 521 39037 0.
(e.g. p. 190)
- Pringle, Denys (2007). The Churches of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem: The city of Jerusalem. III. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-39038-5.
(e.g. p. 190)
- Pringle, Denys (2009). The Churches of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem: The cities of Acre and Tyre with Addenda and Corrigenda to Volumes I-III. IV. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-85148-0.
(e.g. p. 190)
- A, Vol 1; 1997,
- eg p. 154
- B-C, Vol 2; 1999,
- eg p. 154
- D-F, Vol 3; 2004,
- eg p. 154 Einabus
- addendum, 2007;
- G, Vol 4; 2009,
eg. Sharon, 2009, p. 30
- H-I, Vol 5; 2013,
- eg. Sharon, 2013, p. 30
- J, Vol 6; 2016,
- Sharon, Moshe (2016). Corpus Inscriptionum Arabicarum Palaestinae, J (I). 6. BRILL. ISBN 90-04-32479-8.
Collection of sources on the Napoleon 1799 Palestinian campaign:
Articles, should be expanded:
- Napoleonic Campaign in Egypt#Syrian Campaign
- Siege of Jaffa 3 to 7 March 1799
- Siege of Acre (1799) 20 March - 21 May 1799
- Battle of Mount Tabor April 16, 1799...with: Jean Baptiste Kléber...see also p.158ff
- Barrow, John (1848): The life and correspondence of Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, Volume 1
- Barrow, John (1848): The life and correspondence of Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, Volume 2 (from 1800 onwards...not so relevant)
- Bédoyère, Charles Angélique François Huchet La (1827): Memoirs of the public and private life of Napoleon Bonaparte v. 1 - 903 pages
- (1798): Copies of original letters from the army of General Bonaparte in Egypt 6th edition, Vol 1-2
- (1799): Copies of original letters from the army of General Bonaparte in Egypt 4th edition
- Howard, Edward (1839): Memoirs of Admiral Sir Sidney Smith, K. C. B., &c, Volume 1 (note95: p220)
- Larrey, Dominique Jean (1814): Memoirs of Military Surgery, and Campaigns of the French Armies, on the Rhine, in Corsica, Catalonia, Egypt, and Syria; at Boulogne, Ulm, and Austerlitz; in Saxony,Preussia, Poland, Spain, and Austria vol. 1
future article: Jisr Isdud, located south-east of the modern city of Ashdod
- crosses Nahal Lakhish (formerly Wadi Sukrayr)
- "The general design of the bridge and its position on the route to Gaza suggest it was built in the thirteenth century, like the bridges of Lydda and Yibna. A bridge near Isdud was noted by the thirteenth-century autor Ibn Shaddad"(p. 159)
- Petersen (2002), p. 158-9
- see also Bnot Ya'akov Bridge 12th century bridge destroyed early 20th century
- see also Ad Halom; probably false information
- see: List of Roman bridges...+ talk-page
Sirin, Baysan, District of Baysan
- Pappe, (2006) p. 105-106: writes lots about the place!
- Petersen, (2002) p 285-287: writes lots about the place!
Abu Zurayq, District of Haifa,
- Morris (Abu Zureiq), p. 241, 242, 243, 297, 346
According to the Palestinian historian Walid Khalidi, the village remaining structures on the village land are: "The site is overgrown with cactus plants and fig and olive trees."
Bayt Mahsir, District of Jerusalem
In the late nineteenth century, the village of Bayt Mahsir was described as a village of moderate size that stood on several spurs overlooking lower hills to the west. The villagers grew olive trees to the north and obtained their water from a spring to the northeast.< ref>Conder, Claude Reignier and H.H. Kitchener: The Survey of Western Palestine. London: Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund. (1881) III:16. Quoted in Khalidi, p.275< /ref>
- Pappe. p.140 "11 May, 1948: "we are currently blowing up the houses. We have already blown up 60-70 houses. 
- Beit Meir on village land
According to the Palestinian historian Walid Khalidi, the village remaining structures on the village land are: "Several village houses have been spared, and are for the most part interspersed among the houses of the settlement of Beyt Me'ir. Two large, rectangular-shaped, almost identical houses built of limestone rise above the Israeli settlement's cabin-like residences. The remains of a flour mill, a metal machine with flywheels fitted over a stone structure, can still be seen. There is a wild forest of old trees on the eastern edge of the village site, on top of the mountain. The tomb of al-' Ajami, together with other graves, are among the trees."
In the late nineteenth century, the village of Sataf was described as a village of moderate size, built of stone and situated on the steep side of a valley.< ref>Conder, Claude Reignier and H.H. Kitchener: The Survey of Western Palestine. London: Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund. (1881) III:22. Quoted in Khalidi, p.317< /ref>
- Morris (2004): M 13-14 July 1948, p. xx, village #354 p. 95, 436, 447
- Pappe (2006) p. 232-233
- Petersen, (2002) p 274-275
- Khalidi (1992) p. 316-317
According to the Palestinian historian Walid Khalidi, the village remaining structures on the village land are: Many half-destroyed walls still stand, and some still have arched doorways. The walls of a few houses with collapsed roofs are almost intact. A broken-down military jeep lies among the stone rubble that covers the site. The area around the village spring, which is located to the east next to the ruins of a rectangular stone house, has been turned into an Israeli tourist site. A Jewish family has settled on the west side of the village, and has fenced in some of the village area
Al-Tabigha, District of Tiberias
The village included: Khirbat al-Minya
- and Khan al Minya, constructed by....... during the reign of Al-Nasir Muhammad
- Khan al Minya, at archnet.org
In 1596, Al-Tabigha formed part of the Ottoman Empire, a village in the nahiya (subdistrict) of Jira under the liwa' ("district") of Safad, with a population of 44. It paid taxes on a number of crops, including wheat and barley, as well as on goats, beehives and orchards.
- "Ain Tabegha" visited by Burchhard in 1816: a few houses and a mill < ref>1822, p. 318< /ref>
- Robinson1856 ...find ref!
- Oliphant 1887, 228 ...find ref!
- Morris: (Tabigha, Arab al Shamalina), M/E, 4 May 1948, xvii, village #77 p.250, 372
- Khalidi: p.541-542
- Burckhardt, John Lewis, 1784-1817 (1822): Travels in Syria and the Holy Land Edition: reprint, Published by J. Murray, 668 pages.
According to the Palestinian historian Walid Khalid, all that remains of the village:- The village site, partly covered by thorn grass and cactus, has piles of stones and crumbled stone walls scattered about. The Christian churches, monasteries, and shrines in the vicinity still stand
future article(?): Dar al Hanun
Unrecognised village established in 1925.
Dar al-Hanun has been there 80 years, but state still refuses to recognize it By Yoav Stern Published Ha'aretz 6 May 2007 on the 41 maps it possibly appears as Rujm al Ahmar.
and the usual one rule for Jewish Israelis and another rule for Palestinian Israelis
- Elihu Grant (1921): The People of Palestine archive.org (p.225ff )
- Schölch, Alexander (1993). Palestine in Transformation, 1856-1882: Studies in Social, Economic, and Political Development. Institute for Palestine Studies. ISBN 0887282342.
- Hoexter, Miriam 1973. "The Role of the Qays and Yaman Factions in Local Political Divisions. Jabal Nablus Compared with the Judean Hills in the First Half of ... She is quoted here: www.ciaonet.org/book/cup/0001178/f_0001178_1007.pdf
- Civil War in Palestine (793-796)
- Yaman...(just a DAB-page)
- Qaisi...(hardly relevant..but is still linked to) ...alliance with Khalidi-family
- Al-Husayni...alliance with Abu Ghosh, and the Yamani -faction
- Palestinian costumes: Yamani -faction: white. Qaisi:...wore red
- Involved places:
- Abu Ghosh
- Suba (village)
- Bayt 'Itab...leader ʿUthmān al-Laḥḥām, allied with the Qais-faction.
- Need: article on the Khalidi-family!!!
- Pappe. p.140
- Hütteroth, Wolf-Dieter and Kamal Abdulfattah (1977), Historical Geography of Palestine, Transjordan and Southern Syria in the Late 16th Century. Erlanger Geographische Arbeiten, Sonderband 5. Erlangen, Germany: Vorstand der Fränkischen Geographischen Gesellschaft. p. 176. Quoted in Khalidi (1992), p. 542