Plaster balustrades from Khirbat Mafjar, QDAP 13, 1-58.
The Baths of Khirbat Mafjar, PEQ 81, 40-51.
The sculpture of living forms at Khirbat al Mafjar, QDAP 14, 100-119.
A mosaic carpet of Umayyad date at Khirbat al Mafjar, QDAP 14, 120.
Carved plaster in Umayyad architecture, Iraq 15, 43-55.
Khirbat al Mafjar: An Arabian Mansion in the Jordan Valley. Oxford, Oxford University.
Who built Khirbat al Mafjar? Levant 1, 61-72.
Khirbat al-Mafjar: The bath hall reconsidered, Levant 10, 126-138.
Walid and his Friends: An Umayyad Tragedy. Oxford, Oxford University.
Harding, G. Lancaster
The Antiquities of Jordan. London, Lutterworth. 2nd ed. 1967. 177-86.
Themes of Sasanian origin in Islamic art, JSAI 4, 69-80.
Remnants of a piece of wood carving from Khirbat al-Mafjar (Heb.), Studies in the archaeology and history of ancient Israel in honor of Moshe Dothan. M. Heltzer et al., eds. Haifa, Haifa University. 265-70.
From Jahiliyya to Islam: An Aspect of Islamic art, JSAI 30, 483-505.
The Fate of the Christians in Palestine during the Byzantine-- Umayyad transition, A.D. 600-750. Chicago, University of Chicago. 569-70.
Review of O. Grabar, The Formation of Islamic Art, in Iranian Studies 8, 248-63. [Mafjar, 254-60]
Solomon's throne/Solomon's bath: Model or metaphore?, Ars Orientalis 23, 109-134.
The Stylistic origins of Umayyad sculpture and architectural decoration. Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz.
The Peopled scrolls at the Umayyad palace in Jericho: Some observations, Assaph, Studies in Art History (Section B, no 3), 93-108.
A Matter of looking: The Female images in the Umayyad palace at Khirbat al-Mafjar, The Metamorphosis of marginal images: From antiquity to present time. N. Kenaan-Kedar and A. Ovadiah, eds. Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv University. 69-78.
Khirbet al-Mafjar reconsidered: The Ceramic evidence, BASOR 271, 51-67.