PART 1 Spring
p.1: R.D. Barnett: A Cylinder Seal from Syria
p.3: Cyrus H. Gordon Western Asiatic Seals in the Walters Art Gallery
p.35: Lieut.-Colonel D.H. Gordon: Heads from Memphis
p.39: Stanley Casson: The Cypriot Script of the Bronze Age
p.45: N.L. Corkill: Snake Specialists in Iraq
p.53: René Dussaud: Rapports entre la Crète Ancienne et la Babylonie
p.66: G.R. Driver and Sir John C. Miles: The Sal-Zikrum ‘Woman-Man’ in Old Babylonian Texts
p.71: John. L Myres: Recent Archaeological Discoveries in Asia Minor
p.91: D.B. Hardin: A Note on Roman Window-panes from Jerash
p.92: Editorial Notes – The Griffith Institute
p.92: Letter to the Editor
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