iii Editorial
p. 1 Antoine Cavigneaux & Farouk N.H. Al-Rawi: La fin de Gilgames, Enkidu et les Enfers d’après les manuscrits d’Ur et de Meturan (Textes de Tell Haddad VIII)
p.21 Farouk N.H. Al-Rawi: Cuneiform inscriptions in the collections of the John Rylands Library, University of Manchester
p. 65 Shigeo Yamada: Peter Hulin’s hand copies of Shalmaneser III’s inscriptions
p. 89 J.N. Postgate: The Assyrian army at Zamua
p.109 Margaret Huxley: The gates and guardians in Sennacherib’s addition to the temple of Assur
p. 139 Erica C.D. Hunter: Two incantation bowls from Babylon
p. 149 Naomi F. Miller: Plant forms in jewellery from the Royal Cemetery at Ur
p.157 Margaret Sax, Nigel D. Meeks & Dominique Collon: The early development of the lapidary engraving wheel in Mesopotamia
p.177 Luca Peyronel: Some remarks on Mesopotamian metrology during the Old Babylonian period: The evidence from Graves LG/23 and LG/45 at Ur
p.187 T.C. Mitchell: Camels in the Assyrian bas-reliefs
p.195 Julian Reade: Alexander the Great and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon
p.219 Ted Kaizer: The ‘Heracles figure’ at Hatra and Palmyra: Problems of interpretation
: The excavations at Chagar Bazar, 1999-2000
p.233 Paul Yule: The Samad period in the Sultanate of Oman, errata
p. 234 Recent excavations in Iraq, errata

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