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July 03, 2003
An Iraqi museum worker is reflected in the protecting glass of case
containing an ancient gold crown...
IRAQI MUSEUM WORKER IS REFLECTED IN GLASS CASE CONTAINING ANCIENT GOLD
CROWN IN BAGHDAD.
An Iraqi museum worker is reflected in the protecting glass of case
containing an ancient gold crown 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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