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Descriere: epa06371492 Iraqi women watch Ancient statues made of pottery represent the Sumerian gods dated to the early dynastic period 2600-2300 BC, during the presentation of the lady of Warka at the Iraqi national museum in Baghdad, Iraq, 06 December 2017. The presentation hosted by the Iraqi state board of Antiquities and Heritage of Iraq with the financial partnership of Italian Ca' Foscari University of Venice as a part of a project to develop archaeological sites in Iraq and to support Iraq's antiquities department. The presentation included many Priceless antiquities that were looted from Iraq amid the chaos of the 2003 US-led invasion that toppled former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, including the Mask of Warka (also known as Lady of Uruk or Lady of Warka), one of the earliest accurate representations of the human face, and dates to 3100 BC. EPA/AHMED JALIL