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Carboni, Stefano, 2001. Glass from Islamic Lands, the al-Sabah Collection Kuwait National Museum, London: Thomas and Hudson.
Foy, Danièle, 2020. Le verre de Sabra al-Mansuriya – Kairouan, Tunisie – milieu Xe-milieu XIe siècle, Archaeology of the Maghreb 1, Oxford: Archaeopress.
Freestone, Ian C., et al., 2015. “Glass Production at an Early Islamic Workshop in Tel Aviv”, Journal of Archaeological Science 62: 45-54.
Gorin-Rosen, Yael, 2010. “The Islamic Glass Vessels”, in: Oren Gutfeld, Ramla: Final Report on the Excavations North of the White Mosque, Qedem 51, Jerusalem, 213-264.
Henderson, Julian, 1985. “The Raw Materials of Early Glass Production”, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 4(3): 267-291.
Henderson, Julian, et al., 2016. “The Use of Electron Probe Microanalysis and Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry for the Investigation of 8th–14th Century Plant Ash Glasses from the Middle East”, Microchemical Journal 128: 134-152.
Henderson, Julian, McLoughlin, Sean D., and David S. McPhail, 2004. “Radical Changes in Islamic Glass Technology: Evidence for Conservatism and Experimentation with New Glass Recipes from Early and Middle Islamic Raqqa, Syria”, Archeometry 46(3): 439-468.
Hoffmann Barfod, Gry, et al., 2018. “Geochemistry of Byzantine and Early Islamic Glass from Jerash, Jordan: Typology, Recycling, and Provenance“, Geoarchaeology 2018.
Jackson-Tal, Ruth E., 2012. “The Early Islamic Glass Finds from Khirbat el-Thahiriya”, ʿAtiqot 71: *57-*72.
Kröger, Jens, 1995. Nishapur: Glass of the Early Islamic Period, New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Le Blanc, Robyn, 2019. “The Glass of Islamic Ashkelon”, in: Tracy Hoffman, Ashkelon 8: The Islamic and Crusader Periods, Eisenbrauns, 575-628.
Lichtenberger, Achim and Raja, Rubina (eds.), 2021. Glass, Lamps, and Jerash Bowls: Final Publications from the Danish-German Jerash Northwest Quarter Project III, Brepols.
Ohahnouna, Brigitte, 2014. “The Glass Vessels from Ashdod-Yam Citadel”, in: Sarah Kate Raphael, Azdud (Ashdod-Yam): An Early Islamic Fortress on the Mediterranean Coast, BAR International Series 2673, Oxford, 64-74.
Pollak, Rachel, 2007. “Excavation in Marcus Street, Ramla: The Glass Vessels”, Contract Archaeology Reports 2: 100-133.
Tal, Oren, Jackson-Tal, Ruth E., and Ian C. Freestone, 2008. “A Secondary Glass Workshop”, in: Oren Tal and Itamar Taxel, Ramla (South): An Early Islamic Industrial Site and Remains of Previous Periods, SER 5, Tel Aviv, 66-76.
Taxel, Itamar, 2007. “Glass Objects”, in: Ram Gophna, Itamar Taxel and Amir Felstein, Kafr ‘Ana: A Rural Settlement in the Lod Valley, SER 4, Tel Aviv, 66-76.
Winter, Tamar, 2019. Lucid Transformations: The Byzantine-Islamic Transition as Reflected in Glass Assemblages from Jerusalem and Its Environs, 450-800 CE, BAR International Series 2946, Oxford: BAR Publishing.