Ali Al-Nashmi: There are 200,000 archaeological hills in Iraq

Baghdad-ALSharqiya October 25: Archaeological expert Ali Al-Nashmi indicated that there are 200,000 archaeological mounds still undiscovered in Iraq, according to scientists at prestigious American universities.
  Al-Nashmi pointed out that the ancient Assyrians had a problem in transporting water, so channels were dug and paved with rock.
The expert in archeology, Ahmed Jumaa, revealed that the discovered Assyrian antiquities are 12 limestone murals that bear the gods and sacred animals in the Assyrian history, indicating that the process of their discovery is still ongoing in Iraq.


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