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Bull of Nimrud that was destroyed by Isis is recreated in Rome

Human-headed figure is one of three wrecked relics brought back to life using 3D printers and robots for show at Colosseum The human-headed winged bull of Nimrud that was destroyed by Islamic State last year will come back to life for tourists visiting Rome’s Colosseum in a new exhibit designed to ignite a debate on the preservation of cultural heritage. Rising From the Ashes: Ebla, Nimrud, Palmyra will feature the replicas of three ancient works from Iraq and Syria reconstructed in Italy using 3D printers and robots.
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