iii: Editorial
v: Obituary: Lady Bonham Carter
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p. 19: P. Steinkeller: II. Threshing Implements in Ancient Mesopotamia, Cuneiform sources
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p. 41: A.R. George: Inscriptions from Tell al-Hawa 1987-88
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p. 49: T.J. Wilkinson: The Development of Settlement in the North Jazira between the 7th and 1st Millennia BC
p. 63: M. Louise Scott & John MacGinnis: Notes on Nineveh
p. 75: T.J. Wilkinson: Early Channels and Landscape Development around Abu Salabikh, a Preliminary Report
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