Publications by Gertrude Bell
• 1904: Safar Nameh. Persian Pictures. A Book of Travel (A result of her stay in Iran in 1892-93). This was first published anonymously, but reissued posthumously under her own name in 1928, with the shorter title of Persian Pictures. It was reprinted for a third edition in 1947 by The Bouverie Library.
• 1897: Poems from the Divan of Hafiz (Her Persian studies led her to publish translations of ancient Persian poetry)
• 1907: The Desert and the Sown (from her travels through Syria to Cilicia and Konya)
• 1909: The Thousand and One Churches (Her exploration of Hittite and Byzantine sites, recorded jointly with Sir William M Ramsey. This remains the standard work on early Byzantine architecture in Anatolia)
• 1911: Amurath to Amurath (Her journey from Aleppo down the Euphrates to Ukhaidir (Okayżer; then virtually unexamined in any serious way), returning to Asia Minor via Baghdad and Mosul)
• 1914: The Palace and Mosque of Ukhaidir (A return visit to Ukhaidir, resulting in an important archaeological publication)
• 1917: The Arab of Mesopotamia and a British official report (White Paper) entitled Review of the Civil Administration of Mesopotamia (1921).
• Her voluminous letters, in selection, were edited by her stepmother, Lady Bell, as The Letters of Gertrude Bell in two volumes in 1927 and reissued in 1947.