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July 03, 2003 
An Italian carabinieri and a U.S. Army soldier, are seen through a
protective glass case as they guard... 
AN ITALIAN AND A U.S. SOLDIER GUARD THE ANCIENT NIMRUD TREASURES IN
BAGHDAD. 
An Italian carabinieri and a U.S. Army soldier, are seen through a
protective glass case as they guard two golden crowns, part of ancient
Nimrud treasures July 3, 2003 during a brief re-opening of the Baghdad
museum. One of the most significant archaeological finds of the 20th
century, the Nimrud treasures - excavated in the ancient Assyrian city
of Nimrud near present day Mosul - was found safe and undamaged in a
Baghdad bank vault earlier this week. The Nimrud treasures date back to
900 BC consisting in gold artefacts and precious gems have not been
seen since the early 1990's. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti

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