Tel Shimron has never been excavated, so knowledge of the site is quite limited.  The few sources below are a reflection of the little that archaeologists have learned about the site and its environs.

Albright W.F. 1925. Bronze Age Mounds of Northern Palestine and the Hauran: The Spring Trip of the School in Jerusalem. BASOR 19:5–19.

Covello-Paran, Karen. 2015. "The Jezreel Valley During the Intermediate Bronze Age: Social and Cultural Landscapes." PhD thesis, Tel Aviv University.

Feig, N. 2007. Tel Shimron. HA 119. Online in English  and Hebrew

______ 2009. Tel Shimron. HA 121. Online in English and Hebrew

Finkelstein, I., B. Halpern, G. Lehman, and H.M. Niemann. 2006. The Megiddo Hinterland Project. Pp. 705-777 in Megiddo IV. ed. I. Finkelstein, D. Ussishkin, and B. Halpern. Tel Aviv: Institute of Archaeology.

Gal, Zvi. 1992. Lower Galilee during the Iron Age. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns.

Ilan Z. 1991. Ancient Synagogues in Israel. Tel Aviv (Hebrew).

Israel Antiquities Authority. "Semuniah." The IAA Archive. Jerusalem: Israel Antiquities Authority.

Portugali, Yuval. 1982. “A Field Methodology for Regional Archaeology (The Jezreel Valley Survey, 1981).” Tel Aviv 9: 170–88

Raban, Avner. 1982. Archaeological Survey of Israel Map: Nahalal (28). Jerusalem: Israel Survey.

Rainey, Anson. 1976. “Toponymic Problems (cont.).” Tel Aviv 3: 57–69.