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1-A Greek Inscriptions from JordanNabil Bader and Martha HabashZPE2012
2- A Greek Funarary Inscription from JordanNabil Bader, Martha Habash Arabian Archaeology and EpigraphyVolume 23, Issue 1, p.99 -104, May 2012May 2012
3- "Inscriptions from the Irbid Area in Northwest Jordan ",Nabil BaderZDPV 125, 2, 2009, p. 171- 177.ZDPV 125, 2, 2009, p. 171- 1772009
4- "A Rhodian Stamped ' Amphora Handle from the site of Barsinia (North-Western Jordan)".Nabil Bader and Lamia El- KhouriDirasat, Human and Social Sciences, Volume 36, (Supplement), 2009, p. 177-182.Jordan University2009
5- Levant in the Classical PeriodNabil BaderHistory of the Arab World ( in Arabic), 2005
6-‘Greek Funerary Inscriptions from North JordanNabil Bader and Martha HabashSyria 82, p, 189-198. IFPO2005
7- ‘New Five Nabataen Inscriptions from Northeast Jordan’Ahmad Ajlooni and Nabil Atallah, Abhath al-Yarmouk, "Humanities and Social Sciences SeriesVol. 21, n° 39(B) , Pp. 77-88.Yarmouk University2005
8- New Milestone from ´Ajlūn Area Ishtafena Nabil AtallahLevantv- 35; Pp. 153-158.2003
9- Epigraphic survey in Umm al QutteinNabil Atallah & Mahmoud al-RoussanNews Letter of the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk University25, 2003, Pp. 14-17.Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk University2003
10- Timbres Amphoriques du Nord de la JordanieNabil AtallahTopoiSuppl. 4, Pp. 465-484.Maison de l'Orient, Lion, France2003
11- Des Inscriptions du Nord de la JordanieNabil AtallahEpigraphica Anatolica, 33, Pp. 199-207.2001
12 - Nabil Atallah, ‘’, The project of Epigraphic survey in East Sabha area .Newsletter of the Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk University,n°23, Pp. 14-17Yarmouk University2001
13- Second season of excavation at Ya’amun 2000’,M.el-Najar, J. Rose, N. Turshan, B. Dollores and and  N. Atallah, Newsletter of the Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk Universitn°23, Pp. 6-10.the Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk University 2001
14- First season of excavation at Ya’amun(1999),M. el-Najar, J. Rose, N. Atallah,  N.Turshan,  N.Khasawneh and D.L.Bruke, Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan45, Pp. 413-417.Department of Antiquities of Jordan45, Pp. 413-417.
15- Un Tombeau Antique Dans la Montagne de 'Ajlun"SrassNabil AtallahZeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina- Vereins, 116(2000) 1, Pp.57-62.2000
16-New Greek Inscription from 'Ajlun Castle ( Qal'at al Rabad)’Nabil Atallah, and M. Abu -AbeilahBerytus XLIV,  Pp. 119-122.1999-2000,
17- Une Inscription Grecques de la Région de 'Ajlun-Rasun’Nabil Atallah (Bader)Zeitschrift  für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 121, p. 145-148.1998
18-Inscriptions Grecques de Wadi Salma, Dans la Région Désertique du Nord-Est de la Jordanie’Nabil Atallah (Bader)Le Muséon 110, p. 459-4661997
19- Trois Epitaphes du Nord-Est de la Jordanie Trouvée à al-Khan’Nabil Atallah (Bader)Abhath al-Yarmouk, "Humanities and Social Sciences Series", Vol. 13, n° A 1997, Pp. 9-14.Yarmouk University1997
20- Nouvelles Inscriptions Grecques et Latines du Nord-Est de la Jordanie’, Nabil Atallah (Bader)Syria 73, p. 15-22.1996
21- Inscriptions Inéditees du Hawran (Roadat al Roye'y)’ Nabil Atallah (Bader)Syria72, 1995, Pp. 387-399.1995
22-Greek Funerary Inscription from Mafraq in JordanNabil Atallah (Bader) Newsletter of the Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk Universityn°17, 1995, Pp. 14-20Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk University1995
23-The Spread of Greek in Middle East from 332 BC up to the Islamic Coquests, Nabil Atallah (Bader)Greek Language in Jordan, Inscriptions –Past and Present,  University of JordanUniversity of Jordan , Department of Antiquities Greek Embassy, Jordan,  p. 15-16.2001