p. 1: N.Ya. Merpert & R.M. Munchaev: The earliest levels at Yarim Tepe I and Yarim Tepe II in Northern Iraq
p. 37: B. Lawergren & O.R. Gurney: Sound holes and geometrical figures
p. 53: Wathiq I. Al-Salihi: Palmyrene sculptures found at Hatra
p. 63: A.R. Millard: The sign of the Flood
p. 71: Harriet Crawford: The Construction Inférieure at Tello. A reassessment
p. 77: Michelle I. Marcus: Geography as an organizing principle in the imperial art of Shalmaneser III
p. 91: R.J. Matthews & J.N. Postgate, with a contribution by E. J. Luby: Excavations at Abu Salabikh, 1985-86
p. 121: Susan Pollock: Abu Salabikh, the Uruk Mound 1985-86
p. 143: Alastair Northedge & Robin Falkner: The 1986 Survey Season at Samarra’
p. 175: David Oates: Excavations at Tell Brak 1985-86
p. 193: Joan Oates: A Note on ‘Ubaid and Mitanni Pottery from Tell Brak
p. 199: Michael Roaf & Robert Killick: A mysterious affair of styles: the Ninevite 5 Pottery of Northern Mesopotamia
p. 231: Excavations in Iraq, 1985-86
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