p. 1: Proem
p. 5: R.D. Barnett: Charles Bellino and the beginnings of Assyriology
p. 29: Vaughn E. Crawford: Lagash
p. 37: R. Ghirshman: Un m�de sur les bas-reliefs de Nimrud
p. 39: O.R. Gurney: The fifth tablet of “The Topography of Babylon”
p. 53: R.W. Hamilton: Thuribles: ancient or modern?
p. 67: J.D. Hawkins: Assyrians and Hittites
p. 85: Diana Kirkbirde:Umm Dabaghiyah
p. 93: S.N. Kramer: CT XXXVI: corrigenda and addenda
p. 103: W.G. Lambert: The reigns of Assurnasirpal II and Shalmaneser III: an interpretation
p. 111: H.J. Lenzen: Die Architektur in Eanna in der Uruk IV Periode
p. 129: Seton Lloyd: Abu Shahrein: a memorandum
p. 139: K.R. Maxwell-Hyslop: Assyrian sources of iron
p. 155: Anton Moortgat & Ursula Moortgat-Correns: Archéologische Bemerkungen zu einem Schatzfund im Vorsargonischen Palast in Mari
p. 169: J.M. Munn-Rankin: Two reliefs of an Assyrian king with bowl
p. 173: David Oates: Balawat (Imgur Enlil): the site and its buildings
p. 179: Joan Oates: Late Assyrian temple furniture from Tell al Rimah
p. 185: Barbara Parker: A Middle Assyrian Seal Impression
p. 189: Andre Parrot: Un cylindre Agadéen trouvé à Mari
p. 193: Fuad Safar: Pird-i Kinachan
p. 199: H.W.F. Saggs: The Nimrud letters, 1952 – Part IX
p. 223: C.F.A. Schaeffer: Le cylindre A 357 de Chagar Bazar
p. 229: Henri Seyrig: Un couteau de sacrifice
p. 231: Edmond Sollberger: The White Obelisk
p. 239: David Stronach: Achaemenid Village I at Susa and the Persian migration to Fars
p. 249: D. J. Wiseman: Murder in Mesopotamia
p. 261: A bibliography of M.E.L. Mallowan (to 1974)

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