PART 2 Autumn
p.96: M.E.L. Mallowan: An Alabaster Head from Timna’, South Arabia
p.105: C.J. Gadd: Some Contributions to the Gilgamesh Epic
p.122: David Oates: The Excavations at Tell Al Riah, 1965
p.140: Wolfram Von Soden: Die Igigu-Götter In Altbabylonischer Zeit
p.146: Joan Oates: The Baked Clay Figurines form Tell Es-Sawwan
p.154: D.J. Wiseman: Some Egyptians in Babylonia
p.159: C.J. Edmonds: Some Ancient Monuments on the Iraqi-Persian Boundary
p.164: K.R. Maxwell-Hyslop and H.W.M Hodges: Three Iron Swords from Luristan
p.177: H.W.F. Saggs: The Nimrud Letters, 1952 – Part VIII; Imperial Administration
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