Progress of the Work of the Oriental Institute in Iraq, 1934/35: Fifth Preliminary Report of the Iraq Expedition
The discoveries of the 1934/35 season fall into two distinct groups: Discoveries Concerning the Early Dynastic Period at Tell Asmar and Khafaje, and Excavations at Ishchali and Khorsabad. The very successful start of excavations at Ishchali, the continued exploration of the citadel at Khorsabad, and the discovery of an earlier and a later town wall at Tell Asmar are so many separate undertakings, each with an interest of its own.
- Oriental Institute Communications 20
- Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1936
- Pp. xi + 108; frontispiece; 85 figures; 8 plates
- Paperbound 6.75 x 9.625 in / 17 x 24 cm
- Out of Print