Winter I. J.
After the Battle Is Over: The Stele of the Vultures and the Beginning of Historical Narrative in the Art of the Ancient Near East, in H. L. Kessler - M. Shreve Simpson edd., Pictorial Narrative in Antiquity and The Middle Ages, Washington 1985, pp. 11-32
Eannatum and the "King of Ki"?: Another Look at the Stele of the Vultures and "Cartouches" in Early Sumerian Art, ZA 76 (1986), pp. 205-212
The King and the Cup: Iconography of thr Royal Presentation Scene on Ur III Seals, in M. Kelly-Buccellati - P. Matthiae - M. van Loon edd., Inside Through Images, Studies in Honor of Edith Porada, BiMes 21 (1986), pp. 253-268
Women in Public: The Disk of Enheduanna, the Beginning of the Office of the En-Priestess and the Weight of Visual Evidence, in J.-M. Durand ed., La femme dans le Proche-Orient antique, XXXIII RAI, Paris 1987, pp. 189-201
Legitimation of Authority Through Image and Legend: Seals Belonging to Officials in the Administrative Bureaucracy of the Ur III State, in McG. Gibson - R. D. Biggs edd., The Organization of Power. Aspects of Bureaucracy in the Ancient Near East, SAOC 46 (1986), pp. 69-106
The Body of the Able Ruler: Toward an Understanding of the Statues of Gudea, in H. Behrens - D. Loding - M. T. Roth edd., DUMU-E©-DUB-BA-A, Studies in Honor of Ake W. Sjöberg, Occasional Publications of the Samuel Noah Kramer Found, 11, Philadelphia 1989, pp. 573-583
Aesthetics in Ancient Mesopotamian Art, in J. Sasson ed., Civilizations of the Ancient Near East, New York 1995, pp. 2569-2582