Batey, Ernest K.

2011   Tell Umm el-Marra (Syria), Seasons 2000-2006
Bioarchaeology of the Near East 5:1-10

Bennett, E., J. Weber, W. Bendhafer, S. Champlot, J. Peters, G. Schwartz, T. Grange, and E. Geigl

2022 The Genetic Identity of the Earliest Human-made Hybrid Animals, the Kungas of Syro-Mesopotamia 
Science Advances 8/2

Cooper, J., G. Schwartz, and R. Westbrook

2005 A Mittani Era Tablet from Umm el-Marra
in: D. Owen and G. Wilhelm (eds.), Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians, vol. 15, (General Studies and Excavations at Nuzi 11/1). Bethesda: CDL Press, pp. 41-56

Curvers, H. and G. Schwartz

1997   Umm el-Marra, A Bronze Age Urban Center in the Jabbul Plain, Western Syria
American Journal of Archaeology 101: 201-227

1997   Umm el-Marra
in H. Weiss (ed.), “Archaeology in Syria,” American Journal of Archaeology 101: 147-8

1998   Umm el-Marra 1997
Chronique Archéologique en Syrie 2: 203-7

2004   Archaeological Research at Tell Umm el-Marra (1994-2004) (in Arabic)

2005    Annales archéologiques arabes syriennes 47-48: 23-34, 329-31

2020 Achaemenid to Hellenistic Period Transition at Tell Umm el-Marra (Syria) and Beirut (Lebanon) in W. Held (ed.), “The Transition from the Achaemenid to the Hellenistic Period in the Levant, Cyprus, and Cilicia: Cultural Interruption or Continuity?” Marburg:Eigenverlag des Archäologischen Seminars der Philipps-Universität Marburg, pp. 41-50.

Dunham, S.

1997   Remarks on Some Objects from Umm el-Marra, 1994-1995
American Journal of Archaeology 101: 228-39

Dunham, Sally and Glenn M. Schwartz

2003   Tell Umm el-Marra
in: Joan Aruz (ed.), Art of the First Cities: The Third Millennium B.C. from the Mediterranean to the Indus, New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, pp. 179-183

Nichols, J. and J. Weber

2006 Amorites, Onagers and Social Reorganization in Middle Bronze Age Syria
in: G. Schwartz and J. Nichols (eds.), After Collapse: The Regeneration of Complex Societies. Tucson : University of Arizona Press, pp. 38-57.

Petty, Alice

2006   Bronze Age Anthropomorphic Figurines from Umm el-Marra, Syria: Chronology, Visual Analysis and Function.
Oxford: BAR International Series 1575

Schwartz, Glenn M.

2007    Hidden Tombs of Ancient Syria
Natural History 116/4: 42-7

2007    Status, Ideology and Memory in Third Millennium Syria: “Royal” Tombs at Umm el-Marra
in: N. Laneri (ed.), Performing Death: Social Analyses of Funerary Traditions in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean.
Chicago: Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, pp. 39-68.

2009    Recent Archaeological Results on the Uses and Symbolism of Animals in Bronze Age Syria
in: D. Tabbaa (ed.), Proceedings of the Conference on Animals in Ancient Syrian Civilization. Hama: al-Baath University, 15-28

2010    Early Non-Cuneiform Writing?: Third-Millennium BC Clay Cylinders from Umm el-Marra
in: S. Melville and A. Slotsky (eds.), Opening the Tablet Box: Near Eastern Studies in Honor of Benjamin R. Foster, Leiden: Brill, 375-95

2012a  Archaeology and Sacrifice
in: A. Porter & G. Schwartz (eds.), Ritual Killing: The Archaeology of Sacrifice in the Ancient Near East. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1-32

2012b  Era of the Living Dead: Funerary Praxis and Symbol in Third Millennium BC Syria
in: P. Pfälzner, H. Niehr, E. Pernicka & A. Wissing (eds.), (Re-)Constructing Funerary Rituals in the Ancient Near East. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 59-78

2013 Memory and its Demolition: Ancestors, Animals and Sacrifice at Umm el-Marra, Syria
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 23/3: 495-522

2016 After Interment/Outside the Tombs: Some Mortuary Particulars at Umm el-Marra
in: C. Felli (ed.), How to Cope With Death: Mourning and Funerary Practices in the Ancient Near East. Pisa: Edizioni ETS, 189-215.

2016 Umm el-Marra (Aleppo)
in: Y. Kanjou and A. Tsuneki (eds.), A History of Syria in One Hundred Sites. Oxford: Archaeopress, 128-30

2018 Late Bronze Chronology at Umm el-Marra: Problems and Possibilities
in: A. Otto (ed.), From Pottery to Chronology: The Middle Euphrates Region in Late Bronze Age Syria. Gladbeck: Pe-We Verlag, 19-46

2021    Non-Cuneiform Writing at Third-Millennium Umm el-Marra, Syria: Evidence of an  Early Alphabetic Tradition?  
Pasiphae XIII: 255-66         

2023 A Burned Middle Bronze Age Gate from Umm el-Marra 
in: F. Martín, C. Linares, M. Ramazzotti, and F. Gallardo (eds.), Ancora Vivi tra i sepolti. Omaggio a Maria Giovanna Biga (Isimu 25). Madrid: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 197-212     

Schwartz, Glenn M. and Hans H. Curvers

2007    Urban Origins, Collapse and Regeneration in the Jabbul Plain
Annales archéologiques arabes syriennes 45-46 (2002/2003): 75-83

2014 Umm al-Marra
Reallexikon der Assyriologie und Vorderasiatischen Archäologie 14 (3/4): 316-18.

Schwartz, Glenn M., Hans H. Curvers, Sally Dunham and Barbara Stuart

2003   A Third-Millennium BC Elite Tomb and Other New Evidence from Tell Umm el- Marra, Syria
American Journal of Archaeology 107: 325-61

Schwartz, G., H. Curvers, S. Dunham, and J. Weber

2012       From Urban Origins to Imperial Integration: Umm el-Marra 2006, 2008
American Journal of Archaeology 116/1: 157-93

Schwartz, G., H. Curvers, S. Dunham, B. Stuart, and J. Weber

2006 A Third-Millennium B.C. Elite Mortuary Complex at Umm el-Marra, Syria : 2002 and 2004 Excavations.
American Journal of Archaeology 110: 603-41

Schwartz, G., H. Curvers, F. Gerritsen, J. MacCormack, N. Miller, and J. Weber

2000   Excavation and Survey in the Jabbul Plain: The Umm el-Marra Project 1996-1997
American Journal of Archaeology 104: 419-462

Schwartz, G., H. Curvers and B. Stuart

2000   A Third Millennium B.C. Elite Tomb from Tell Umm el-Marra, Syria
Antiquity 74: 771-2

Schwartz, Glenn M. and Naomi F. Miller

2007    The “Crisis” of the Late Third Millennium B.C.: Ecofactual and Artifactual Evidence from Umm el-Marra and the Jabbul Plain in: C. Kuzucuoglu and C. Marro (eds.), Sociétés humaines et changement climatique à la fin du troisième millénaire: une crise a-t-elle eu lieu en Haute Mésopotamie? (Varia Anatolica XIX), pp. 179-204. Paris: De Boccard/Institut français d’études anatoliennes Georges-Dumézil – Istanbul.

Stantis, C., G. Compton, A. Kharobi, N. Maaranen, G. Nowell, C. Macpherson, E. Batey, and G. Schwartz 

2023 Mobility and Connection Among the Early Bronze Age Syrian Elite 
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 51.

Weber, Jill A.

2008    Elite Equids: Redefining Equid Burials of the Mid- to Late 3rd Millennium BC from Umm el-Marra, Syria
In E. Vila et al (eds.), Archaeozoology of the Near East VIII, tome II.  Lyon: Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, 499-519

2009    New Research on a “Royal” Animal of Ancient Syria
in: D. Tabbaa (ed.), Proceedings of the Conference on Animals in Ancient Syrian Civilization. Hama: al-Baath University, 29-40

2012  Restoring Order: Death, Display and Authority
in: A. Porter & G. Schwartz (eds.), Sacred Killing: The Archaeology of Sacrifice in the Ancient Near East.
Winona Lake, Eisenbrauns: 159-90

Weber, Jill A. and Evan Malone

2011    Exploring Virtual Material Culture: Cheap and Easy Methods to Preserve and Share Data
The SAA Archaeological Record 11/1: 15-18

PhD Dissertations utilizing Umm el-Marra data:

Nichols, John

2004   Amorite Agro-Pastoralism and the Early-to Middle Bronze Age Transition in Syria.
Department of Near Eastern Studies, The Johns Hopkins University

Petty, Alice

2004   Bronze Age Figurines from Umm el-Marra, Syria: Chronology, Style and Function.
Department of Near Eastern Studies, The Johns Hopkins University

Weber, Jill

2006   Economic Developments of Urban Proportions: Animal Exploitation at Hajji
Ibrahim/Tell es-Sweyhat and Tell Umm el-Marra, Northern Syria, during the Early and Middle Bronze Ages.
Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania

Yukich, Sarah

2013    Spatial Dimensions of Social Complexity: Environment, Settlement, and Social Complexity in the Jabbul Plain, Syria, 3000-550 BC.  Department of Near Eastern Studies, The Johns Hopkins University

Maskevich, Adam

2014 Umm el-Marra and the Westward Expansion of the Mittani Empire in Western Syria. Department of Near Eastern Studies, The Johns Hopkins University.