Iraq Recovers Hundreds of Artifacts From Abroad
|April 24, 2013||Filled under Uncategorized|
The Iraqi government said it has recovered 222 artifacts from various European and Asian countries that went missing from the Iraqi National Museum in the past decade.
“The artifacts include golden alloys, jars, statues, silver utensils and leather parchment featuring writings on the ancient Mesopotamian civilisation,” Iraqi government media advisor Ali al-Musawi told Al-Shorfa.
“The artifacts date back to the Babylonian, Assyrian, Acadian and Sumerian eras, as well as the early Abbasid era,” he said.
“Successful diplomatic efforts and co-operation from Interpol and governments helped Iraq recover these artifacts,” he said.
The artifacts arrived in the country on Sunday and were taken to the National Museum, where they will be placed on display after maintenance, he said.
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