Word from the Israel Exploration Society today is that the volume “will not be released before the beginning of next year.” I guess that means that it can be anytime after January 2008. Which guarantees that it will need a significant update by the time it first appears. That’s true for many published and delayed works, but especially true in the archaeology of Israel. (You can still get the four-volume set at Eisenbrauns for the great price of $150).
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