The Lakhish (Lachish) ewer, discovered by James L. Starkey in a rubbish heap outside a temple at Lakhish. Dates to about 1220 BCE, the time when scholars believe the Israelites were first emerging in Canaan.
Found in 1934.
“Understanding Asherah—Exploring Semitic Iconography,” BAR Sept/Oct. 1991.
- BiblePlaces.com- Lachish
- Bible History Online- Lachish Letters
- Lakhish Reliefs at Nineveh, c. 700 BCE
- Lakhish Ostraca, c. 587 BCE
- Scholars’ Corner- Yadin Presents New Interpretation of the Famous Lachish Letters, Oded Borowski, BAR 10-02, Mar-Apr 1984.
- Lachish—Key to the Israelite Conquest of Canaan? David Ussishkin, BAR 13-01, Jan-Feb 1987.
- Restoring the Great Gate at Lachish, David Ussishkin, BAR 14-02, Mar-Apr 1988.
- Return to Lachish, Steven Feldman, BAR 28-03, May-Jun 2002.
- Why Lachish Matters- A Major Site Gets the Publication It Deserves, Philip J. King, BAR 31-04, Jul-Aug 2005.