i: Obituary: Dame Agatha Christie Mallowan
p. 1: Irene J. Winter: Phoenician and North Syrian ivory carving in historical context
p. 23: J. Hansman: Gilgamesh, Humbaba and the land of the Erin-Trees
p. 37: Janusz Meuszynski: Neo-Assyrian reliefs from the central area of Nimrud citadel
p. 45: T.E. Davidson & Hugh McKerrell: Pottery analysis and Halaf period trade in the Khabur Headwaters region
p. 57: W.G. Lambert: An Old Babylonian letter and two amulets
p. 65: Excavations in Iraq, 1975
i: Obituary: Sir Michael Wright
p. 81: Max Mallowan: Gertrude Bell – the last years in Iraq
p. 85: W.G. Lambert: Tukulti-ninurta I and the Assyrian king list
p. 95: P.R.S. Moorey: The late prehistoric administrative building at Jamdat Nasr
p. 107: Stephanie Dalley: An Assyrian stela fragment
p. 113: Jeanny Vorys Canby: The Stelenreihen at Assur, Tell Halaf, and Massebot
p. 129: Rivkah Harris: On kinship and inheritance in Old Babylonian Sippar
p. 133: J.N. Postgate & P.R.S. Moorey: Excavations at Abu Salabikh
p. 171: W.G. Lambert: Berossus and Babylonian eschatology

Iraq Journal

IRAQ, the BISI journal

IRAQ is an academic periodical founded in 1934 and appearing annually. It publishes articles on the history, art, archaeology, religion, economic and social life of Iraq.

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