p. 1: W.F. Leemans: The importance of trade
p. 11: Gerd Steiner: Kaufmanns- und Handelssprachen im Alten Orient
p. 19: Aage Westenholz: Diplomatic and commercial aspects of temple offerings
p. 23: Marvin A. Powell: Sumerian merchants and the problem of profit
p. 31: Benjamin R. Foster: Commercial activity in Sargonic Mesopotamia
p. 45: Daniel C. Snell: The activities of some merchants of Umma
p. 51: H. Limet: Les schemas du commerce Néo-Sumerien
p. 59: S.N. Kramer: Commerce and trade: gleanings from Sumerian literature
p. 67: G. Komoróczy: Tilmun als “Speicher des Landes”
p. 71: H. Sauren: Der Handel zur Zeit Gudea’s von Lagash
p. 73: J.D. Muhly: The copper ox-hide ingots and the Bronze Age metals trade
p. 83: K.R. Maxwell-Hyslop: Sources of Sumerian gold
p. 87: Peter Calmeyer: Das Grab eines Altassyrischen Kaufmanns
p. 99: Paul Garelli: Marchands et Tamkaru Assyriens en Cappadoce
p. 109: K.R. Veenhof: Some social effects of Old Assyrian trade
p. 119: Mogens Trolle Larsen: Partnerships in the Old Assyrian trade
p. 147: O. Rouault: L’approvisionnement et la circulation de la laine à Mari
p. 155: Stephanie Dalley: Old Babylonian trade in textiles at Tell al Rimah
p. 166: A. Finet: Le vin à Mari
p. 163: Horst Klengel: Nomaden und Handel
p. 171: C. Zaccagnini: The merchant at Nuzi
p. 191: Guy Kestemont: Remarques sur les aspects juridiques du commerce dans le Proche-Orient
p. 203: M. Heltzer: The metal trade of Ugarit
p. 213: E. Lipinski: An Ugaritic letter to Amenophis III
p. 219: Dominique Collon: Ivory
p. 223: W. Farber: Drogerien in Babylonien und Assyrien
p. 229: Maurits van Loon: The place of Urartu in First Millenium B.C. trade
p. 233: David Oates: The excavations at Tell Brak, 1976
p. 245: Kate Fielden: Tell Brak, 1976: the pottery
p. 257: Barbara Parker: Middle Assyrian seal impressions
p. 269: J.N. Postgate: Excavations at Abu Salabikh, 1976
p. 300: Excavations in Iraq, 1976

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