The Israel Antiquities Authority

The scientific Archive 1919-1948

תמונת אווירה

The archive of the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) is located in Jerusalem. It essentially continues the archive from the British Mandate era. Following the conquest of Palestine by British forces, headed by General Allenby in 1918, the documentation and data collecting of ancient and archaeological sites had begun. Once a civil government was established by the British Mandatory Authorities in 1920, the Department of Antiquities was created and the archive had become an integral part of it.

The Department of Antiquities of the State of Israel was founded on July 26, 1948, Its activities were based on British Mandate Antiquities ordinances. In 1978, the Mandate ordinances were superseded by the Law of Antiquities that was passed by the Knesset. In 1990, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) was established and replaced the Department of Antiquities.

The IAA archive consists of several sections:
Mandatory : Scientific Record Files Collection (SRF), and Administrative Files, (ATQ).
Israel: scientific and administrative inspection files, excavation files and storage of files of the different IAA units.
Maps; plans and drawings; conservation files; books and cards of finds and squeezes (for details, see IAA link).

Advice: in order to expand your search, and for a better understanding of the results, we recommend you read the following:
Searching by Name;Searching by Sub-District;Searching by Project;Searching by ATQ or SRF number;Search by Map



Searching by Name
The names of sites are organized alphabetically. Choose the first letter of the site name from the list on the left, then search through the list on the right for the site you are interested in.
● As a general rule of thumb , the words in the following list appear after the name itself: Tell, Khirbet (Kh.), Horvat / Horevot (H.), `Ain, `Ein, `Enot, `Uyun, Wadi, Nahal, Har, Mount, Jebel, Qasr, Mezad, Mezudat, Fort, Qastal, Qal`at, Mivzar, Me`arat, Magharat, Me`arot, Mughr, Mughar, Giva'at, Monastery, Deir, Tulul, Tloliyot, Rehov, Street.
For example: search for Hazor, Tell not for Tell Hazor.
* Please note an exception to this rule: when the preliminary word is part of the actual name, or is commonly known as part of it, the name
appears in full, as for example Tell-Hai, Ain-Karem or Horevot Shivta.
● In the transliteration of Arabic names, the Arabic definite article "el"- and its assimilated forms (es-, ez-, et-, ed-, er-, esh- etc.) appear
at the end of the name after the prefix.
For example: search for Qadi, Tell el- not for Tell el-Qadi.
● Most sites in Israel (and throughout the Middle East) have multiple names, in Hebrew, Arabic and Latin. To simplify the search we have
attempted to include all the names of every site in our search engine.
For example: Mount Berenice, Qa`qa`iya, Qasr Bint el-Malik or Qasra di-Teverya will all lead to the same files, as these are all different names
for the same site.
● Many sites in Israel have the same name. To distinguish between them, the sub-district to which a site belongs appears in parenthesis at
the end of a site name.
For example: Be'er Sheva (Haifa SD) and Be'er Sheva (Beersheba SD) are two sites with the same name, one in the Haifa sub-district,
the other in the Beersheba sub-district.



Searching by Sub-District
Searching by sub-district allows you to filter the possible results of the search to the sites of a specific sub-district. When you choose
a sub-district from the list on the left, only names of sites in that sub-district will appear on the alphabetical search list on the right.
Please note that the sub-districts on the list correspond only to those of the British Mandate period, not the ones used today.



Searching by Project
The "Search by Project" option will produce a list of categories, or projects, which group together a number of files that have a common subject that is not part of an archaeological site per se. Choosing a project category from the list will show the files assigned to this project.

The current projects are:
The Pro-Jerusalem Society Files: the Pro-Jerusalem society was established in 1918 in Jerusalem. The goal of the society was the protection of and addition to “the amenities of Jerusalem and its vicinity,” including preservation of antiquities and the establishment of museums. The society was active between 1918 and 1922.
District, Sub-District and Regional Files: These files deal with archaeological sites, towns and villages in broader perspective, and usually include some information on several sites within a district or region.
Town Planning Commission Files: These files deal with town or village planning, building permits and land ownership issues.
District Planning Commission Files: These files deal with broader regional matters of planning, permits and land ownership.
Palestine Exploration Fund Surveys: Maps, plans and drawings of the Palestine Exploration Fund surveys in Jerusalem.
The Ophel Excavation Files: In 1922 the Antiquities Department and the High Commissioner of Palestine initiated an international effort to "excavate and lay open to the world the City of David and the Ophel". This category groups all the files on the Ophel and its excavations.
Regional Surveys and Soundings: This category groups files of regional surveys and test excavations that cannot be assigned to a single archaeological site. More categories will be added in the future.



Searching by ATQ or SRF number
Each file in the scientific archives of the Mandate period is either an Administrative file (ATQ) or a Scientific Record File (SRF). Every site that was known during this period has a record in an SRF file, and might have one or more ATQ files. If you know the ID number of the SRF or ATQ file you are looking for, just type it into the search box.
● The Mandatory SRF files contain records of many sites arranged alphabetically. Searching for an SRF file using the ID number will supply numerous results. Each is a record of a different site, but they all belong to the same Scientific Record File.
● Sometimes an ATQ or SRF file deals with more than one site and we have assigned it to all the archaeological sites discussed within it. As a result, when you search for these files using the SRF or ATQ number search, these files will appear multiple times in your search results.



Search by Map
(To be added) Clicking on any site on the map will produce the files related to the specific site.
● The sites on the map appear according to the modern Israeli registration of the site. Every site is registered with geographic coordinates of two opposing corners of a rectangle that defines the limits of the archaeological site declaration. The points on the map represent the center of the registered site declaration area, and thus they do not always fall on the actual geographical center of the site itself but somewhere in its vicinity. The geographical network used today is the new geographic coordinate system for Israel, or ITM, while during the British Mandate, the old geographical coordinate system for Israel , also known as the Palestine Grid or ICS, was in use.
● Not only is the coordinate system used today for registered sites different from that used by the British Mandate Antiquities Department, so is the system of site registration. The geographical location of sites in the Mandate period was registered at the south-western corner (intersection of longitude and latitude lines) of one square kilometer within which a site is located. In 1944, this system was somewhat altered: instead of registering the south-western intersection of coordinates, the intersection nearest to the site was registered.



Reading the Results
Once you designate your search filters, you will receive the results as a list of files. Every result consists of the file's title, its attribution as an SRF or ATQ file and its ID number. Often the titles of the files will not correspond exactly to the site name you searched for. This is because different names were used for the same site or because some files contain information about several sites. Once you click onto one of the results you will see the texts, photos and all other components of the file. The title page of the file always appears first. The title pages of ATQ files sometimes show the dates of the material inside the file, but this is not always accurate. Sometimes you may see on the title page references to other ATQ files that deal with the same sites or subjects. You can use the "Search by ATQ Number" option to search for these files. The title pages of SRF files show the name of the site, the district it belongs to, its coordinates, how it was reached, sources of drinking water, pottery periods from the site, and often the number of the ATQ file number related to the site. You can use the ATQ number to search for this file using the "Search by ATQ number" option.




The Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) archive entered the government project of “intensifying national foundations and heritage”, with the aim of preserving and digitizing the British Mandatory section.
The purpose of the project is to enable the wide public in Israel and across the world accessing this unique data.
The digitations project includes, first and foremost, the physical preservation of the different files, which include hand and typewritten texts, photographs, maps and plans that appear on a variety of papers, including greaseproof, rice, stencils and others.
The process of digitations is done to preserve the original data for generations to come. The process prevents the physical deterioration of the material and its wear out, caused by the touch of human hands and the climatic changes. The process consists of digitizing the data and indexing it.
At this first stage, the digital archive includes the scientific Mandatory archive in English; accordingly, the site was developed in English, with a general explanation in Hebrew.

Search Results



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, Frescoes SRF_134A(100 / 100)

, SRF_177(3 / 3)

Jerusalem: The Citadel, 1st jacket ATQ_1549(170 / 170)

Silwan - Excavation, ATQ_1697(22 / 22)

St. John of Jerusalem: Muristan Excavation, ATQ_169(16 / 16)

The Citadel. Jerusalem, 2nd jacket ATQ_32(260 / 260)

` Arqub Ed Darajat (Arkub Ed Derejat), SRF_9(4 / 4)

` Arraba ( Jenin ), SRF_9(1 / 1)

` Arrana, SRF_9(5 / 5)

` Arrub, Kh. el, SRF_9(4 / 4)

` Asafa, Kh., SRF_10(6 / 6)

` Ibdis, ATQ_841(3 / 3)

` Isfiya, ATQ_441(15 / 15)

`Aba, Kh., SRF_1(5 / 5)

`Abasan el-Kabir, SRF_1(9 / 9)

`Abasan el-Kabir, 1st Jacket ATQ_1040(13 / 13)

`Abbad, Kh., SRF_1(6 / 6)

`Abbas, Kh. Wadi, SRF_1(5 / 5)

`Abbasiya, Kh., SRF_1(10 / 10)

`Abd el-`Al, Kh. (el-`Afrata, Kh.; el-`Afrit, Kh.), SRF_1(8 / 8)

`Abd el-Mahdi, Kh., SRF_1(5 / 5)

`Abd en-Nabi, Kh., SRF_1(5 / 5)

`Abda, SRF_1(19 / 19)

`Abda, 1st Jacket ATQ_1073(3 / 3)

`Abda, Kh., SRF_1(7 / 7)

`Abda, Kh., SRF_1(4 / 4)

`Abdun, SRF_1(6 / 6)

`Abud, ATQ_624(7 / 7)

`Affula El, `Affula El: Hebrew University Excavations ATQ_169(6 / 6)

`Affula El, ATQ_2029(16 / 16)

`Affula El, SRF_4(205 / 205)

`Affula El :El Afuleh Illicet Digging, ATQ_822(15 / 15)

`Affula El: Tell el Afuleh excavations, ATQ_35/6(61 / 61)

`Ain Jalud, 1st Jacket ATQ_687(38 / 38)

`Aiyadiya, Kh., ATQ_439(26 / 26)

`Aiyadiya, Kh., SRF_7(15 / 15)

`Aiyash, Tell, SRF_7(3 / 3)

`Ajjul, SRF_7(13 / 13)

`Ajjuri, El Kh. (Ed Duheisha, Kh.), SRF_7(11 / 11)

`Ajjuri, El Kh. (Ed Duheisha, Kh.), ATQ_481(24 / 24)

`Akrush, Kh., ATQ_1014(3 / 3)

`Akrush, Kh., SRF_7(12 / 12)

`Akrush, Kh.1st jacket, ATQ_480(3 / 3)

`Ala Ed Din, Kh., SRF_7(6 / 6)

`Alali El Banat, SRF_7(3 / 3)

`Alawina El, Kh., SRF_7(4 / 4)

`Alawiya, Kh., SRF_7(5 / 5)

`Ali, Kh., SRF_7(4 / 4)

`Alma (Safed), SRF_7(16 / 16)

`Amuda, Kh., SRF_8(4 / 4)

`Amuda, Kh.( Gaza S.D), SRF_8(7 / 7)

`Amuda, Kh.( Gaza S.D), ATQ_529(3 / 3)

`Anin, SRF_9(3 / 3)

`Annir, Kh., SRF_9(4 / 4)

`Anza, SRF_9(4 / 4)

`Aqada (`Aqqada ), SRF_9(4 / 4)

`Aqbara, Kh., SRF_9(7 / 7)

`Aqd el-`Aziriya, SRF_9(4 / 4)

`Aqir, SRF_9(17 / 17)

`Aqir, ATQ_2073(4 / 4)

`Aqqara, Kh., SRF_9(4 / 4)

`Aqraba (el-Husn), SRF_9(33 / 33)

`Ar`ara, Kh., SRF_9(4 / 4)

`Ar`ara, Tell, SRF_9(3 / 3)

`Ara, Kh., SRF_9(6 / 6)

`Ara, Wadi (Ez-Zabadne, Kh.), SRF_9(9 / 9)

`Arab Abu Kishk, SRF_9(2 / 2)

`Arab el-Ghawarna, See also Caesarea Aqueduct SRF_9(4 / 4)

`Arab el-Jahalin, SRF_9(2 / 2)

`Arab er-Rashayida, SRF_9(3 / 3)

`Arab esh-Shamalina, SRF_9(1 / 1)

`Arab es-Sawahira, SRF_9(3 / 3)

`Arab es-Sawalma, SRF_9(2 / 2)

`Arab et Ta`amira, SRF_9(3 / 3)

`Arab Ibn `Ubeid, SRF_9(3 / 3)

`Arab Sukreir, SRF_9(2 / 2)

`Araq Al Manshiyeh, 1st Jacket (including Tell el-`Areini ATQ/918) ATQ_484(32 / 32)

`Araq Al Manshiyeh, 1st Jacket (including Tell el-`Areini ATQ/918) ATQ_484(32 / 32)

`Araq Al Manshiyeh, 1st Jacket ATQ_484(32 / 32)

`Araq Al Manshiyeh, 1st Jacket ATQ_484(32 / 32)

`Araq Al Manshiyeh, 1st Jacket ATQ_484(32 / 32)

`Araq Al Manshiyeh, 1st Jacket ATQ_484(32 / 32)

`Araq Al-Khareb, 1st Jacket ATQ_102(18 / 18)

`Arayes, Tell el-, (`Arayis, Tell el-) SRF_9(6 / 6)

`Arqubiya, Kh. el-, SRF_9(6 / 6)

`Arraba (Acre SD), SRF_9(10 / 10)

`Arrabet Al - Battuf, ATQ_893(4 / 4)

`Artuf, ATQ_1095(7 / 7)

`Artuf, SRF_10(13 / 13)

`Arura, SRF_10(10 / 10)

`Asafira, Kh., SRF_10(3 / 3)

`Asafna, Kh., SRF_10(18 / 18)

`Asaliya, Kh. el-, SRF_10(5 / 5)

`Asfura, Kh. (Umm el `Ausaj), SRF_10(10 / 10)

`Ashir, Tell, SRF_10(5 / 5)

`Asida, Kh., SRF_10(35 / 35)

`Asira esh Shamaliya, SRF_10(9 / 9)

`Asira Esh Shamaliya, 1st Jacket ATQ_876(8 / 8)

`Askar , SRF_10(9 / 9)

`Askariya, Kh., SRF_10(3 / 3)

`Asqalan, Kh., SRF_10(5 / 5)

`Asqalun, Kh., SRF_10(5 / 5)

`Asur, Tell, SRF_10(4 / 4)

`Atar, Kh. el-, SRF_10(4 / 4)

`Atara, Kh., SRF_10(11 / 11)

`Atariya, Kh., SRF_10(4 / 4)

`Atarud, Kh., SRF_10(5 / 5)

`Atawina, Rujm el-, SRF_10(5 / 5)

`Atlit, SRF_14(121 / 121)

`Atlit, ATQ_41 , 7 th Jacket(412 / 412)

`Atlit, ATQ_41 , 8th Jacket(385 / 385)

`Atlit , 4th jacket ATQ_41(194 / 194)

`Atlit , 1 st Jacket ATQ_41 (255 / 255)

`Atlit , 5 th Jacket ATQ_41 , (341 / 341)

`Atlit Antiquities, ATQ_2092(72 / 72)

`Atlit , Church and Bath, SRF_17(91 / 91)

`Atlit , Expropriation Proceedings, ATQ_41 , 2nd Jacket(98 / 98)

`Atlit , Expropriation Proceedings, ATQ_41 1st jacket(83 / 83)

`Atlit , Expropriation Proceedings, 6th Jacket ATQ_41 (260 / 260)

`Atlit : Expropriation Proceedings, 4th Jacket ATQ_41 (228 / 228)

`Atlit : Rushi Ata Milhem, ATQ_93/18(3 / 3)

`Atlit 1930/1.South-East Cemetery, SRF_20(73 / 73)

`Atlit 2 nd Jacket, ATQ_41 (129 / 129)

`Atlit 3 th Jacket, 3 Jacket ATQ_41(140 / 140)

`Atlit Castle, SRF_15(147 / 147)

`Atlit Castle : Guard Abdullah El Masri, ATQ_25/18(273 / 273)

`Atlit Conservation, ATQ_2092/A(27 / 27)

`Atlit Extra Muros-Crusader Cemetery, SRF_21(167 / 167)

`Atlit- Guide to `Atlit, 1 st Jacket ATQ_22/9(148 / 148)

`Atlit Quarries 1st Jacket, ATQ_78/6(11 / 11)

`Atlit- Soundings: N* 246 & N* 247, 1st Jacket ATQ_75/6(37 / 37)

`Atlit Town - Cremated Burials Cemetery, SRF_18(194 / 194)

`Atlit Town - Stables, SRF_19(127 / 127)

`Atlit Town General, SRF_13(316 / 316)

`Atlit,Dustrey, Kh., ATQ_285(51 / 51)

`Atlit: Boat Building yard 1st jacket, ATQ_2/41(17 / 17)

`Atlit: Paper Factory 1st Jacket, ATQ_3/41(10 / 10)

`Atlit-Castle,Towers, SRF_16(98 / 98)

`Atlit-Expropriation Proceedings, 3rd jacket ATQ_41 (150 / 150)

`Atraba, Kh., SRF_10(5 / 5)

`Attaisi, Kh., SRF_10(6 / 6)

`Attara, SRF_10(6 / 6)

`Attil, SRF_10(7 / 7)

`Attil, 1st Jacket ATQ_613(3 / 3)

`Attir, Kh., SRF_10(7 / 7)

`Attus, Kh., SRF_10(5 / 5)

`Attusha, Kh., SRF_23(4 / 4)

`Auda, Kh., SRF_23(3 / 3)

`Auda, Kh., ATQ_1001(2 / 2)

`Auja el-Hafir, ATQ_2095(19 / 19)

`Auja el-Hafir, ATQ_86(19 / 19)

`Auja et-Tahta, Kh. el-, SRF_23(0 / 0)

`Auja Hafir and District, SRF_22(334 / 334)

`Aura, Kh. el-, SRF_23(3 / 3)

`Ausaj, Kh., SRF_23(4 / 4)

`Awarta, SRF_23(3 / 3)

`Azzun (er Ras), SRF_23(7 / 7)

`Azzun Ibn `Atma, Kh., SRF_23(5 / 5)

`Azzun, Kh. (Tabsur), SRF_23(9 / 9)

`Ein Es Sih (Ein Es Suyyah), ATQ_621(3 / 3)

`Ein Jidi (Engedi), ATQ_387(4 / 4)

`Ein Karem, SRF_51(51 / 51)

`Ein Abuzuraiq, ATQ_886(12 / 12)

`Ein Bala, ATQ_833(2 / 2)

`Ein ed-Dhirawa, 1st Jacket ATQ_994(6 / 6)

`Ein ed-Dhirawa (Qasr Islayin), SRF_50(6 / 6)

`Ein ed-Dilba, SRF_50(6 / 6)

`Ein ed-Dilba, ATQ_432(12 / 12)

`Ein ed-Dilba, ATQ_432(12 / 12)

`Ein El Jusaq, SRF_51(11 / 11)

`Ein el-`Aqd, SRF_50(4 / 4)

`Ein el-Fawwar, SRF_50(11 / 11)

`Ein el-Jadida, SRF_51(23 / 23)

`Ein el-Qabu, SRF_51(7 / 7)

`Ein Ez Zeitun, ATQ_888(5 / 5)

`Ein Fara, cave near the J.P.E.S, ATQ_169(5 / 5)

`Ein Fara, Tell, SRF_50(13 / 13)

`Ein Faris, 1st jacket ATQ_1032(5 / 5)

`Ein Fawar, ATQ_365(9 / 9)

`Ein Gev, ATQ_771(6 / 6)

`Ein Gev (Nuqeib), SRF_50(3 / 3)

`Ein Haiya , Kh., ATQ_822(2 / 2)

`Ein Husb (Ein Hazeba), ATQ_783(6 / 6)

`Ein Qinya, ATQ_625(14 / 14)

`Ein Siniya, ATQ_397(8 / 8)

`Ein Tulma, Kh., SRF_52(7 / 7)

`EIN TULMA, KH. (KOLONYA) , ATQ_495(42 / 42)

`Einabus, ATQ_894(3 / 3)

`Ibillin, SRF_66(15 / 15)

`Id el-Minya, Kh. (`Id el-Miya), SRF_66(11 / 11)

`Imwas, ATQ_865(0 / 0)

`Iraq el-Kharab, SRF_69(13 / 13)

`Iraq Suweidan, ATQ_450(10 / 10)

`Irbada, Kh. , SRF_70(7 / 7)

`Isfiya, SRF_70(48 / 48)

`Islin, SRF_72(5 / 5)

`Uba, Kh., SRF_187(5 / 5)

`Ujul, Tell 1933-34, SRF_187B(84 / 84)

`Ulam, SRF_187(5 / 5)

`Ulam, ATQ_645(6 / 6)

`Uneiziya, el-, SRF_191(100 / 100)

`Urad, Tell, SRF_191(10 / 10)

`Urqan el-Baqqar , ['Arkan el-Bakkar] SRF_191(4 / 4)

`Urqan el-Khala, SRF_191(4 / 4)

`Urqan en-Nimr, SRF_191(8 / 8)

`Useila, Kh., SRF_191(4 / 4)

`Uskur, Kh., SRF_192(5 / 5)

`Uzeiz Kh., ATQ_863(3 / 3)

Abalis, Tell, SRF_1(5 / 5)

Abarjan, Kh., SRF_1(5 / 5)

Abil el-Qamh, SRF_1(8 / 8)

Abil, Tell ( el-Mudeira ), SRF_1(6 / 6)

Abraqa, Kh., SRF_1(8 / 8)

Abu `Ali, Kh., SRF_1(4 / 4)

Abu `Amir, Kh., SRF_1(0 / 0)

Abu `Arram, Kh., SRF_1(9 / 9)

Abu `Ataba, SRF_1(7 / 7)

Abu Amira, Kh., SRF_1(5 / 5)

Abu Dhuheir, SRF_1(3 / 3)

Abu Dilakh, Tell, SRF_1(4 / 4)

Abu Dis, SRF_1(8 / 8)

Abu Duheila, Kh., SRF_1(4 / 4)

Abu ed-Diba`, SRF_1(4 / 4)

Abu el Quhuf, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu el-`Alaiq, Tulul, SRF_1(7 / 7)

Abu el-Ghutsi, Kh., SRF_1(3 / 3)

Abu el-Hawa, Tell (Tell el-Hawa, Tell er-Riyah), SRF_1(9 / 9)

Abu En Naml, SRF_3(8 / 8)

Abu esh-Shauk, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu esh-Shiba, Kh. (esh-Shiba,Kh.), SRF_3(7 / 7)

Abu Falah, Kh., SRF_1(6 / 6)

Abu Faraj, Tell, SRF_1(13 / 13)

Abu Fatun, Kh., (Sabil esh-Sheikh Kabakba) SRF_1(4 / 4)

Abu Fureij, Kh., SRF_1(5 / 5)

Abu Hadaid, Kh., SRF_1(4 / 4)

Abu Hajjaj, Kh., SRF_1(4 / 4)

Abu Hamad, Kh.(Bablun, Kh.), SRF_1(4 / 4)

Abu Hawwam, Tell, SRF_2(198 / 198)

Abu Hindi, Tell, SRF_1(4 / 4)

Abu Hureira, Tell, SRF_1(8 / 8)

Abu Jarad, Tell, SRF_1(4 / 4)

Abu Juwei íd, SRF_3(15 / 15)

Abu Juwei`id, ATQ_840(7 / 7)

Abu Kabir, Tell, ATQ_176(8 / 8)

Abu Kabir, Tell, SRF_3(6 / 6)

Abu Khaff (Beikat Abu Hadba) 1st jacket, ATQ_1010(3 / 3)

Abu Kharaza, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Kharaza, Tell, SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Khumeish, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Lahm, Kh., SRF_3(3 / 3)

Abu Lauza, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Lauza, Kh. , SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Leimun, Kh., SRF_3(3 / 3)

Abu Lhm, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Mahfudh, Kh., SRF_3(3 / 3)

Abu Malul, Kh., SRF_3(5 / 5)

Abu Middein, SRF_3(2 / 2)

Abu Mu`ammar, Kh. (el`Uneiziya, Kh.), SRF_3(6 / 6)

Abu Mugheiri, Kh.(Abu Maqiri, Kh.), SRF_3(5 / 5)

Abu Mugheis, Kh. (Beit Imghes), SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Mulassam, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Musalsal, Kh.( Quiryat Ata ), SRF_3(6 / 6)

Abu Musalsal, Kh.( Quiryat Ata ), ATQ_770(9 / 9)

Abu Musarra, Kh., SRF_3(3 / 3)

Abu Naji, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Namel, Tell, ATQ_177(7 / 7)

Abu Qashash, SRF_3(6 / 6)

Abu Qudeis, Tell, SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Qutuf, Kh.( Dureibat abu Qutuf), SRF_3(6 / 6)

Abu Rajliya, SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Rashid, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Rish, Kh.; ` Adeise, Kh., SRF_3(5 / 5)

Abu Rizq, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Rukheim, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Rumh, Tell, SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Ruqaiyiq, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Rus, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Ruteimat (Irteimat), SRF_3(3 / 3)

Abu Safat, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Salama, Kh., SRF_3(3 / 3)

Abu Samara, Kh., SRF_3(7 / 7)

Abu Sarhan, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Shusha, SRF_3(21 / 21)

Abu Shusha (Jazar, Tell), SRF_3(41 / 41)

Abu Shusha Kh., SRF_3(5 / 5)

Abu Shusha, Kh., SRF_3(5 / 5)

Abu Shusheh (North), ATQ_315(32 / 32)

Abu Sidra, Tell, SRF_3(5 / 5)

Abu Silasil, Kh., SRF_3(4 / 4)

Abu Suhweila, Kh., SRF_4(7 / 7)

Abu Suhweila, Kh.(Abu Sihwaila, Kh.), ATQ_925(17 / 17)

Abu Suneima, SRF_4(4 / 4)

Abu Tabaq Magharat, SRF_120(4 / 4)

Abu Tabaq Magharat, SRF_4(3 / 3)

Abu Tabaq Magharat, ATQ_46/6(7 / 7)

Abu Usba`, Magharat, SRF_4(27 / 27)

Abu Zaitun, Tell, 1st Jacket ATQ_721(8 / 8)

Abu Zeitun, Tell, SRF_1(10 / 10)

Acommodation: Jaffa, ATQ_338(156 / 156)

Acre, 1st Jacket, 31st of August 1928 to 7th December 1937 ATQ_6/23(153 / 153)

Acre, 2nd Jacket ATQ_6_23(410 / 410)

Acre, 4th Jacket ATQ_6/23(161 / 161)

Acre, ATQ_2075(48 / 48)

Acre, 3rd Jacket ATQ_6_23(284 / 284)

Acre Governorate, ATQ_277a(6 / 6)

Acre I, SRF_5(284 / 284)

Acre II, SRF_6(319 / 319)

Acre Museum, ATQ_1002(49 / 49)

Acre Museum, ATQ_23(272 / 272)

Acre Reconstruction Committee, ATQ_9_23(109 / 109)

Acre Sub District, ATQ_5/23(37 / 37)

Acre, Dubbeah Stables, ATQ_2075b(18 / 18)

Acre: Galilee District Building, ATQ_5_1_722(26 / 26)

Acre: Junainat al Balah, ATQ_174(20 / 20)

Acre: Khan el-Umdan, ATQ_8_23(6 / 6)

Acre: Women's Prison, ATQ_7_23(15 / 15)

Ahmad el Qarqafawi, Qarqafe, Kh. SRF_7(8 / 8)

Ahmadiya, Kh. (Humeidiya,Kh.), SRF_7(5 / 5)

Ain Al Jema'in, ATQ_587(2 / 2)

Ain Douk Antiquities, ATQ_2030(21 / 21)

Ain Hanniyeh, ATQ_626(30 / 30)

Ain Harod (Beit Sturman), 1st Jacket ATQ_904(89 / 89)

Aiylet Hash Shahar, SRF_7(0 / 0)

Ajalan, Kh.( Fuheidi, Kh.), SRF_7(4 / 4)

Ajami, El Kh., SRF_7(5 / 5)

Ajamiya El, SRF_7(4 / 4)

Ajanjul, Kh., SRF_7(4 / 4)

Ajja, SRF_7(8 / 8)

Ajjur, SRF_7(4 / 4)

Ajlan, Kh., SRF_7(5 / 5)

Ajlun ( Aysluna - Ajloun ), ATQ_4275(6 / 6)

Ajwa El, Tell, SRF_7(4 / 4)

Akbara, SRF_7(6 / 6)

Akhfat Edh Dhahara, SRF_7(4 / 4)

Akka - Church of St. John or St. John's Crypt, ATQ_2075a(36 / 36)

Akka. Crypt, Church of St. John, ATQ_114(49 / 49)

Akrad El, Kh., SRF_7(3 / 3)

Al Harbaj, 1st Jacket. 30.10.34 ATQ_523(19 / 19)

Al Majdal. Tiberias SD, 1st Jacket ATQ_531(7 / 7)

Al Maubara, ATQ_803(16 / 16)

Al Natef (Mugharat Bab Wadi el Fallah, Mugharat Abu Usba), 1st Jacket ATQ_775(20 / 20)

Al Natef (Mugharat Bab Wadi el-Fallah, Mugharat Abu Usba), 1st Jacket ATQ_775(20 / 20)

Al Qantara, ATQ_811(8 / 8)

Al-`Anaiziyeh, 1st Jacket ATQ_122(226 / 226)

Al-`Anaiziyeh, 2ed Jacket ATQ_122(297 / 297)

Al-`Azariyeh, Bethany, 1st Jacket ATQ_434(40 / 40)

al-`Uzair, 1st Jacket ATQ_684(5 / 5)

Ala Ed - Din, Kh., ATQ_942(6 / 6)

Al-Bireh, 1st Jacket ATQ_622(29 / 29)

Ali el-Muntar, SRF_7(6 / 6)

'Ali Malikina, Kh. (Esh Sh. 'Ali), SRF_7(11 / 11)

Ali Qauqa, Kh., SRF_7(2 / 2)

Alin Wadi, Kh., SRF_7(4 / 4)

Al-Jib, 1st Jacket ATQ_874(7 / 7)

Al-Kabri, 1st Jacket ATQ_578(11 / 11)

Allar , SRF_7(3 / 3)

Allar Es Sufla, SRF_7(7 / 7)

Alma (Safed), ATQ_730(6 / 6)

Al-Makr. Acre Sub-District, 1st Jacket ATQ_572(8 / 8)

Almit, Kh., SRF_7(3 / 3)

Al-Muntar, ATQ_934(2 / 2)

Al-Muntar al-Abyad, = Muntar el Abyad ATQ_809(15 / 15)

Al-Muntar al-Azraq, ATQ_810(2 / 2)

Al-Qubaibeh, 1st Jacket ATQ_605(13 / 13)

Al-Tulailat (Tulul en-Nitla), ATQ_917(3 / 3)

Alya, Kh. (Acre S.D), SRF_8(57 / 57)

Alya, Kh. (Bethlehem S.D), SRF_8(7 / 7)

Alya, Kh. (Ramalla S.D), SRF_8(4 / 4)

Alya, Kh. (Safad S.D), SRF_8(5 / 5)

Alya, Kh. El ( Hebron S.D) ), SRF_8(8 / 8)

Alyata, Kh., SRF_8(7 / 7)

Amir, Kh., SRF_8(4 / 4)

Amir, Kh. El (Jerusalem S.D), SRF_8(3 / 3)

Amira, Kh. El (Beersheba), ATQ_8(4 / 4)

Amman Excavations- , Excavations at Acropolis of Amman ATQ_4058(40 / 40)

Amman Excavations Confidential- It`s no on line, ATQ_4058(4 / 4)

Ammar, Kh., SRF_8(4 / 4)

Ammuqa, SRF_8(6 / 6)

Ammuriya (Amuriya), SRF_8(5 / 5)

Ammuriya Kh.(Ramallah S.D)), SRF_8(5 / 5)

Ammuriya, Kh. (Ramle S.D), SRF_8(4 / 4)

Amqa, SRF_8(12 / 12)

Amr Tell, (Lyat Zahluq), SRF_8(10 / 10)

Amr, Kh., SRF_8(4 / 4)

Amud,Kh. El , SRF_8(6 / 6)

Amudiya Kh. (Abu Zu`eza Kh.), SRF_8(17 / 17)

Amwas excavation, ATQ_13/6(33 / 33)

Anab El kabira, Kh., SRF_8(7 / 7)

Anab es Saghira, Kh., SRF_8(4 / 4)

Anabta, SRF_8(6 / 6)

Anahum, Kh., SRF_8(4 / 4)

Anaqir, Kh. Al ( Rama), ATQ_579(16 / 16)

Anata, ATQ_638(3 / 3)

Anata, SRF_8(9 / 9)

Antiquities - Saffurieh Village, ATQ_822(10 / 10)

Antiquities D . Governorate Jerusalem, ATQ_82(24 / 24)

Antiquities found at Acre, ATQ_1_23(12 / 12)

Antiquities Jerusalem: Karain Synagogue, ATQ_1705(11 / 11)

Antiquities Pro Jerusalem Society , ATQ_670(131 / 131)

Antiquities Yebna, ATQ_2933(11 / 11)

Antonia Tower, ATQ_392(2 / 2)

Aqabat es Suwwan - Mount of Olives, ATQ_650(11 / 11)

Aqsa Mosque, Plans ATQ_530 Plans(6 / 6)

Aqsa Mosque Jerusalem, 2nd Jacket ATQ_530(121 / 121)

Aqsa Mosque Jerusalem , 1st jacket ATQ_530(396 / 396)

Arab College Grounds, (records from ATQ/203 Jerusalem General) ATQ_203(6 / 6)

Archaeological Soundings at Magharat Abu Usba` in Wady Fallah and Iraq al Barud, (Dr. M. Stekelis) ATQ_94/6(55 / 55)

Archaeological Soundings at Magharat Abu Usba` in Wady Fallah and Iraq al Barud, (Dr. M. Stekelis) ATQ_94/6(55 / 55)

Archaeological Soundings at Magharat Abu Usba` in Wady Fallah and Iraq al Barud, (Dr. M. Stekelis) ATQ_94/6(55 / 55)

Archaeological Soundings at Magharat el Watwat & Magharat en-Nuqta in Wadi Adasiya, (Dr. M. Stekelis) ATQ_95/6(16 / 16)

Archaeological Soundings at Magharat el Watwat & Magharat en-Nuqta in Wadi Adasiya, (Dr. M. Stekelis) ATQ_95/6(16 / 16)

Archaeological Soundings. Jebal Qafzeh (Nazareth), Monsieur R. Neuville ATQ_62/6(79 / 79)

Ard el-Mihjar, SRF_9(5 / 5)

Ard el-Waqf, SRF_9(3 / 3)

Ard er-Rashid, SRF_9(3 / 3)

Armenian Quarter-Kidron Valley-Jewish Quarter-Silwan Extra Muros, (A5 to B2) SRF_102(164 / 164)

Arnaba, Kh., SRF_9(8 / 8)

Arnutiya, SRF_9(12 / 12)

Arnutiyeh, 1st Jacket ATQ_280(14 / 14)

Arnutiyeh, 1st Jacket ATQ_280(14 / 14)

Arsuf, SRF_9(53 / 53)

Arsuf, ATQ_190(54 / 54)

Artabba, Kh., SRF_10(5 / 5)

Artas, SRF_10(5 / 5)

Aryaq, Kh., SRF_10(8 / 8)

As - Samu` 1st Jacket, ATQ_208(42 / 42)

As- Samu`, by The Hebrew University. 17/11/1934, ATQ_72/6(13 / 13)

Asad, Kh. el-, SRF_10(0 / 0)

Asawir, Tell El, SRF_10(9 / 9)

Ascalon , 1st jacket ATQ_173(180 / 180)

Ascalon - Jura, 2nd Jacket ATQ_173(256 / 256)

Ascalon - Jura , 4th Jacket ATQ_173(213 / 213)

Ascalon - Jura , 3rd Jacket ATQ_173(360 / 360)

Ascalon Antiquities, P.E.F. ATQ_2091(29 / 29)

Ascalon Excavations, ATQ_169(61 / 61)

Ascalon I, SRF_11(234 / 234)

Ascalon II, SRF_12(158 / 158)

Ascalon Painted Tomb, ATQ_1/173(8 / 8)

Ascalon: Jura Village, ATQ_173(40 / 40)

Asfar, Kh. el-, SRF_10(4 / 4)

Asfurah, Kh.(Umm el `Ausaj), ATQ_734(3 / 3)

Ash, Sh. Ali Jidr, Kh., ATQ_909(6 / 6)

Askar, 1st Jacket ATQ_984(3 / 3)

Aslan, Kh., SRF_10(5 / 5)

Athlit, Stone Quarring for Haifa Harbour ATQ_1/41(121 / 121)

Athlit, Stone Quarrying for Haifa Harbor ATQ_1/41(121 / 121)

Athlit, Stone Quarring for Haifa Harbour ATQ_1/41(121 / 121)

Aufar, Kh., SRF_23(4 / 4)

Avihayil, SRF_23(5 / 5)

B.13 Mount Zion, SRF_109(46 / 46)

B.14: `Ophel, SRF_109(122 / 122)

Ba`arna, Kh., SRF_23(4 / 4)

Bab Beit el-Khirba, SRF_23(11 / 11)

Bab ed Darun, SRF_23(3 / 3)

Bab El Kharuq, SRF_23(9 / 9)

Bab el-Muntar, SRF_23(6 / 6)

Bab en Naqb, SRF_23(7 / 7)

Badawiya, Tell, SRF_23(11 / 11)

Badd el Burj, Kh., SRF_23(4 / 4)

Badd es Sawami`, Kh., SRF_23(4 / 4)

Badd Faluh, Kh., SRF_23(3 / 3)

Badriya, Kh., SRF_23(5 / 5)

Baghlahn, Kh., SRF_23(4 / 4)

Baha, Kh., SRF_23(5 / 5)

Bahl-Awan, Kh. El (Bawayik El Masharifa), SRF_23(5 / 5)

Bahr Beit Kufa (Bahrat Kufa), SRF_23(7 / 7)

Bahr, Rujm El, SRF_23(4 / 4)

Bait Faggar, ATQ_505(10 / 10)

Bait Ika, 1st Jacket ATQ_705(11 / 11)

Bait Iksa, 1st Jacket ATQ_702(5 / 5)

Bait Naquba, ATQ_340(14 / 14)

Bait Naquba, ATQ_340(14 / 14)

Bait Ummar, ATQ_30(15 / 15)

Bakkita, Kh., SRF_23(6 / 6)

Bal`ama Kh., SRF_23(15 / 15)

Bal`ama Kh., ATQ_1052(4 / 4)

Balà, SRF_23(3 / 3)

Balad Esh Sheik , SRF_23(9 / 9)

Balad Esh Sheik - 1st Jacket, ATQ_1038(6 / 6)

Balala, El, SRF_23(4 / 4)

Balala, El, SRF_23(0 / 0)

Balaqiya, Kh. El, ATQ_998(2 / 2)

Balas, Kh. ( Musalla,Kh. ), ATQ_856(3 / 3)

Balas, Kh. (Musalla,Kh.), SRF_24(3 / 3)

Balata , SRF SRF_24(258 / 258)

Balata 1st jacket, ATQ_797(45 / 45)

Balata (Nablus) Shechem Press announcements, ATQ_15/6a(34 / 34)

Balata excavations 1st jacket, ATQ_169(38 / 38)

Balata excavations 2nd jacket, ATQ_15/6(37 / 37)

Balata excavations 3rd jacket, ATQ_15/6(100 / 100)

Balata excavations 4th jacket, Archaeological Institute of the German Reich ATQ_15/6(161 / 161)

Ballaneh 1st Jacket, ATQ_680(10 / 10)

Baqa El Gharbiya, ATQ_962(16 / 16)

Barak, Tell, ATQ_2736(50 / 50)

Barbara 1st Jacket, ATQ_518(26 / 26)

Bardagha, Kh. 1st Jacket, ATQ_927(2 / 2)

Barra`ish, Kh., SRF_25(4 / 4)

Barrat Qisariya, SRF_25(3 / 3)

Barrata, Kh., SRF_25(5 / 5)

Barsuna, Kh., SRF_25(4 / 4)

Barta`, Tell El, SRF_25(5 / 5)

Barta`a, SRF_25(4 / 4)

Barza, Kh., SRF_25(7 / 7)

Basaliya, Kh. , SRF_25(6 / 6)

Basaliya, Kh.(Busailiyeh) 1st jacket, ATQ_658(4 / 4)

Basatin Al, Kh., SRF_25(8 / 8)

Basatin Al, Kh., ATQ_688(10 / 10)

Bash - Shit, SRF_25(7 / 7)

Basha, Kh. El, SRF_25(4 / 4)

Basha, Tell Al ( Hamir, Tell el ), In SRF 61 Hamir Tell & red card Basha Tell ATQ_832(3 / 3)

Bashatwa, SRF_25(2 / 2)

Bashsha, Kh., SRF_25(4 / 4)

Basma, Kh., SRF_25(6 / 6)

Bassa, El - Basseh, Al, SRF_25(40 / 40)

Bassa, El - Basseh, Al, ATQ_580(29 / 29)

Bassat Heit Esh Shid, SRF_25(7 / 7)

Bassum, Kh., SRF_25(6 / 6)

Bat El Jabal, Kh., SRF_25(7 / 7)

Bat Es Sih, Kh., SRF_25(10 / 10)

Bat Shelomo (Umm El Jimal, Kh.), SRF_25(4 / 4)

Bat Yam, SRF_25(6 / 6)

Batani Esh Sharqi, SRF_25(10 / 10)

Batani Esh Sharqi, ATQ_762(7 / 7)

Batani Gharbi (Daquriya, Kh.?), SRF_25(5 / 5)

Batashi, Kh., SRF_25(4 / 4)

Batashi, Tell El, SRF_25(0 / 0)

Batin El `Ursh, SRF_25(3 / 3)

Batin El Minawri, SRF_25(4 / 4)

Batin, Kh.El, SRF_25(4 / 4)

Batin, Kh.El, ATQ_971(3 / 3)

Batiya, El, SRF_25(4 / 4)

Batn el-Yamani, SRF_25(21 / 21)

Batn Et Tawil, Kh., SRF_25(4 / 4)

Batshan, El, SRF_25(4 / 4)

Battikh, Tell, SRF_25(5 / 5)

Battikha, Tell El, SRF_25(5 / 5)

Battir, SRF_25(17 / 17)

Battir, ATQ_192(0 / 0)

Battir, ATQ_302(19 / 19)

Baubariya, Kh. El, SRF_25(11 / 11)

Be ineh, ATQ_147(18 / 18)

Beersheba, 1st Jacket ATQ_372(73 / 73)

Beersheba, ATQ_2109(17 / 17)

Beersheba, SRF_26(57 / 57)

Beersheba, 1st Jacket ATQ_372(73 / 73)

Beersheba Local building & Town Planing Commission, Beersheba Town ATQ_6/2/722(2 / 2)

Beidus, Kh., SRF_26(13 / 13)

Beikat Abu Hadba (Abu Khaff), SRF_26(5 / 5)

Beisan, ATQ_156(191 / 191)

Beisan, 4th Jacket ATQ_156(174 / 174)

Beisan, 5th Jacket ATQ_156(157 / 157)

Beisan (Album of photos), SRF_27A(94 / 94)

Beisan (Tell el-Husn), SRF_67(585 / 585)

Beisan (Tell el-Husn), Continued from proceeding file SRF_68(169 / 169)

Beisan (Tell el-Mastaba), SRF_139(143 / 143)

Beisan 1928 Photo Album, SRF_27(94 / 94)

Beisan 1932-36, 2nd Jacket ATQ_156(145 / 145)

Beisan 1937, 3rd Jacket ATQ_156(364 / 364)

Beisan I, ATQ_2120(27 / 27)

Beisan Reports, ATQ_169A(8 / 8)

Beisan Town and Vicinity, SRF_27(290 / 290)

Beisan, Protection of Mosaics, ATQ_2/156(98 / 98)

Beisan: Antique Coins Found at, ATQ_84(17 / 17)

Beisan: Application for use of broken columns by Metropolitan of Nazareth, ATQ_1/156(7 / 7)

Beisan: Khan el-Ahmar, ATQ_4/156(72 / 72)

Beisan: Local Building & T.P.Commission Beisan Town, ATQ_5/3/722(28 / 28)

Beisan: Tell el-Mastaba, 1934 ATQ_467(34 / 34)

Beit ` Itab, SRF_28(6 / 6)

Beit ` Ur El Fuka, SRF_33(8 / 8)

Beit ` Ur Et Tahta, SRF_33(13 / 13)

Beit `Amra, Kh. (Beit Imra, Kh.), SRF_26(10 / 10)

Beit `Einun, Kh., SRF_28(12 / 12)

Beit `Inan, SRF_28(5 / 5)

Beit Alfa, SRF_26(43 / 43)

Beit Alfa, ATQ_755(2 / 2)

Beit Amir, Kh., SRF_26(5 / 5)

Beit Bassa, Kh., SRF_26(1 / 1)

Beit Dajan, SRF_26(29 / 29)

Beit Dajan, SRF_26(4 / 4)

Beit Daras , SRF_26(5 / 5)

Beit Daras, SRF_28(5 / 5)

Beit Daras , ATQ_798(12 / 12)

Beit Duqqu, SRF_28(3 / 3)

Beit el-Habs, Kh., SRF_28(3 / 3)

Beit Esh Shabab, Kh., SRF_33(4 / 4)

Beit Fajjar, SRF_28(28 / 28)

Beit Far, Kh., SRF_28(7 / 7)

Beit Far, Kh., ATQ_937(10 / 10)

Beit Fasad, Kh., SRF_28(8 / 8)

Beit Hanan, SRF_28(16 / 16)

Beit Hanan(Wadi Er Ruzaiqat) 1st Jacket, ATQ_316(15 / 15)

Beit Hanina, SRF_28(6 / 6)

Beit Hanun, SRF_28(11 / 11)

Beit Hanun, 1st Jacket ATQ_55(6 / 6)

Beit Iba , SRF_28(8 / 8)

Beit Iba, 1st Jacket ATQ_756(5 / 5)

Beit Ijza, SRF_28(3 / 3)

Beit Ika , SRF_28(6 / 6)

Beit Iksa, SRF_28(5 / 5)

Beit Ilfa, Kh., SRF_28(5 / 5)

Beit Illu (Beitillu), SRF_28(5 / 5)

Beit Imrin, SRF_28(7 / 7)

Beit Irya, Kh., SRF_28(4 / 4)

Beit Irza, Kh. , SRF_28(4 / 4)

Beit Irza, Kh., ATQ_1023(3 / 3)

Beit Jabr el-Fauqani, SRF_28(6 / 6)

Beit Jabr et-Tahtani, SRF_28(6 / 6)

Beit Jabr et-Tahtani, 1st Jacket ATQ_1021(2 / 2)

Beit Jala, Antiquities I ATQ_2135(10 / 10)

Beit Jala, SRF_28(13 / 13)

Beit Jala 1st jacket, ATQ_366(17 / 17)

Beit Jann, SRF_28(6 / 6)

Beit Jann, Kh., SRF_28(9 / 9)

Beit Jemal, Excavations at Beit Jemal - Jemmala ATQ_169/11(7 / 7)

Beit Jerja 1st Jacket, ATQ_332(3 / 3)

Beit Jibrin, SRF_30(157 / 157)

Beit Jibrin, 2nd Jacket ATQ_43(336 / 336)

Beit Jibrin , ATQ_43(188 / 188)

Beit Jibrin, I ATQ_2138(151 / 151)

Beit Jibrin, 4th jacket ATQ_43(102 / 102)

Beit Jibrin, 3rd Jacket ATQ_43(312 / 312)