- BIBLIOGRAPHY: E.A. Speiser, Genesis (1964), 66; R.D. Barnett, in: CAH2, vol. 2, ch. 30 (1966), incl. bibl.; EM, 5 (1968), 531–2, incl. bibl.
Encyclopedia Judaica. 1971.
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