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By doing this, they preserved a wealth of ancient knowledge.
At that time, they also discovered the ISIS tunnels and the palace beneath.
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Looters from the Islamic State managed to discover the palace of an ancient Assyrian king under the tomb of Jonah in Mosul, Iraq.
Archaeologists surveying the damage have discovered tablets which will help them to better understand the life of King Esarhaddon of the Assyrian empire, once known as the 'King of the World.' LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) - In their bid to stop all forms of idolatry, the Islamic State terrorists attempted to destroy the ancient tomb of the prophet Jonah with high explosives.