p. 1: Briggs Buchanan: A snake goddess and her companions
p. 19: R.W. Hamilton: An unidentified sculpture from Iraq
p. 24: Mary Aiken Littauer: The figured evidence for a small pony in the Ancient Near East
p. 31: Jeanny Vorys Canby: Decorated garments in Ashurnasirpal’s sculpture
p. 54: Geoffrey Neate: A fragment from Kish with the name of Assur-nadin-sumi
p. 57: O.R. Gurney: Thirty seasons at Ugarit (a review)
i: Obituary: Lady Richmond
p. 61: P.R.S. Moorey: The Loftus Hoard of Old Babylonian tools from Tell Sifr in Iraq
p. 87: J.E. Reade: Tell Taya (1968-9): summary report
p. 101: J.E. Curtis & K.R. Maxwell-Hyslop: The gold jewellery from Nimrud
p. 113: Wathiq al-Salihi: Hercules-Nergal at Hatra
p. 116: Hans Hirsch: Zum Siegel des Masi-ili
p. 119: P.M. Costa: The mosaic from Tell Khwaris in the Iraq Museum
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