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destroyed artifact in the Mosul Museum on March 8 Photo: IC


A stone relief of Nergal Adidas
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display at the Mosul Museum Photo: IC


It was once home to priceless archaeological treasures, but these days you
get into the Mosul Museum in Iraq's second city via a gaping hole in the
basement.


In the darkness lies a pile of rubble - all that remains of two ancient
Assyrian statues of winged bulls, smashed to pieces by Islamic State group
jihadists.


Iraqi forces announced that they retook the building from IS on March 6 as
they pushed into west Mosul as part of a vast offensive to oust the jihadists
from the northern city.


Taking the museum was a symbolic victory.


In a notorious video issued in February 2015, the jihadists were seen
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artefacts.


Today, the museum is in ruins - nothing escaped the attackers.


In a darkened hall, a heap of stones marks the spot where tourists once
admired two imposing "lamassu" statues, Assyrian winged bulls with human faces.


The two-meter-tall monuments weighed more than four tons, according to Iraqi
archaeologist Layla Salih.


In the rubble Adidas
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carved legs and wings can be seen. Other pieces of smashed stone bear
inscriptions in the cuneiform alphabet.


Amid the ruins, a hole leads to the basement, where twisted iron bars are
visible in the foundations.


From time to time, an explosion rocks the building, a plain structure of

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