I’m listing below some of the many articles and commentaries on Ezekiel that I may reference occasionally throughout the forthcoming series, which I will cite by author name and page number. Others will be added to this bibliography as my study progresses, so this bibliography will be periodically updated.
The most useful commentary I have found is Othmar Keel’s Jahwe Visionen und Siegelkunst, unfortunately only available in German. Keel is probably the greatest living scholar of ancient Near Eastern iconography, and his book includes illustrations of nearly all ancient Near Eastern parallels to the types of things Ezekiel seems to be discussing.
Allen, L. Ezekiel 1-19. Word Bible Commentary, vol. 28 (Dallas: Word, 1994).
Block, Daniel, The Book of Ezekiel, Chapters 1-24, (Eerdmans, 1997)
Greenberg, Moshe, Ezekiel 1-20, Anchor Bible, vol. 22, (Doubleday, 1983)
Joyce, Paul. Ezekiel: A Commentary, (T & T Clark, 2007)
Keel, O. Jahwe Visionen und Siegelkunst, (Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwek, 1977)
Nicot, Daniel, The Book of Ezekiel, Chapters 1-24, (Eerdmans, 1997)
Zimmerli, Walther, Ezekiel 1, Hermeneia Commentary (Fortress, 1979)
Allen, L. C. “The Structure and Intention of Ezekiel 1” Vetus Testamentum 43 (1993) 145-161.
Barrick, W. “The Straight-Legged Cherubim in Ezekiel’s Inaugural Vision (Ezekiel 1:7a),” Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 44 (1982) 543-550.
Borowski, E. “Cherubim: God’s Throne?” Biblical Archaeology Review 21/4 (1995) 37.
Greenberg, M. “Ezekiel’s Vision: Literary and Iconographic Aspects,” in History, Historiography and Interpretation, ed. H. Tadmor and M Weinfeld (Jerusalem: Magnes, 1983), 159-168
Halperin, D. “Merkabah Midrash in the Septuagint,” Journal of Biblical Literature 101 (1982) 351-363