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IRAQ 76 LXXVI (2014)




pp.1-17 Giacomo Benati: The Beginning of the Early Dynastic Period at Ur
pp. 19-64 Tim Clayden: Kassite Housing at UR: The Dates of the EM, YC, XNCF, AH AND KPS Houses
pp. 65-98 F. M. Fales and R. Del Fabbro: Back to Sennacherib’s Aqueduct at Jerwan: A Reassessment of the Textual Evidence
pp. 99-121 E. Jiménez: New Fragments of Gilgameš and other Literary Texts from Kuyunjik
pp. 123- 140 Vito Messina: Further Bullae from Seleucia on the Tigris
pp. 141-148 Davide Nadali: How Many Soldiers on the “Stele of the Vultures”? A Hypothetical Reconstruction
pp. 149- 187 Haider Oraibi Almamori: The Early Dynastic Monumental Buildings at Umm Al-Aqarib
pp. 189- 203 E. Robson and G. Zólyomi:  Mesag Reports a Murder: Cuneiform Tablets in the Collections of Norwich Castle Museum and Cambridge University Library
pp. 205-229 Saber Ahmed Saber, Hussein Hamza and Mark Altaweel: Report on the Excavations at Tell Sitak: The 2010 Season
pp. 231- 244 Saber Ahmed Saber, Zuhair Rejeb and Mark Altaweel: Report on the Excavations at Merquly: The 2009 Season
pp. 245-261 M. Sandowicz: Nabonidus and the Forty Thieves of Uruk

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