iii Editorial
p. 1 Robert Carter & Harriet Crawford: The Kuwait-British Archaeo-logical Expedition to as-Sabiyah: Report on the second season’s work
p. 21 Augusta McMahon: The excavations at Chagar Bazar, 1999-2000
p. 55 Michael Roaf: Doubts about the two-lobed burial and the survival of Early Dynastic to Akkadian transitional building levels in Area WF at Nippur
p. 67 Frank Hole: A radiocarbon chronology for the middle Khabur, Syria
p. 99 Maude de Schauensee: A note on three glass plaques from Hasanlu
p. 107 Geoffrey Turner: Sennacherib’s palace at Nineveh: The drawings of H. A. Churchill and the discoveries of H. J. Ross
p. 139 Gábor Zólyomi: Another recension of Išme-Dagan O: BM 114862 (CT 58 25)
p. 149 David Brown & Gábor Zólyomi: ‘Daylight converts to night-time’: An astrological-astronomical reference in Sumerian literary context
p. 155 Stephanie Dalley: Old Babylonian tablets from Nineveh; and possible pieces of early Gilgamesh Epic
p. 169 Leonard W. King & A. Kirk Grayson: The palace of Ashur-resha-ishi I at Nineveh
p. 171 W. Horowitz & F.N.H. Al-Rawi: Tablets from the Sippar library IX. A ziqpu-star planisphere
p. 183 J.A. Black: Amethyst
p. 187 J.E. Reade: More about Adiabene
p. 201 Augusta McMahon, Önhan Tunca & Abdul-Massih Bagdo: New Excavations at Chagar Bazar, 1999-2000

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