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Re: New life for ancient Syrian (Gaelic) sculptures

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  • Anna Webb
    More where? Is there a link for this article? It s most helpful to have a link both to read the full story, and as a reference. Anna
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 1, 2009
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      More where?

      Is there a link for this article? It's most helpful to have a link both to read the full story, and as a reference.

      Anna

      On Jul 31, 2009, at 10:33 PM, Atlantis_Mysteries@yahoogroups.com wrote:

      New life for ancient Syrian (Gaelic) sculptures 
      Conservators in Berlin piece together the Tell Halaf fragments over 60 years after they were damaged by Allied bombs
      By Martin Bailey July/August 2009
      Published online 29 Jul 09 (Conservation)

      Excavation of the "goddess" in 1912

      BERLIN. A group of 30 monumental sculptures from Tell Halaf, in Syria, have been reconstructed after being pulverised into 25,000 fragments in a bombing raid in World War II. Dating from soon after 1000 BC, the basalt statues were on display in Berlin until a combination of fire and water caused devastating damage...More here..

    • Ancient Star
      Hi Anna, Yes, just click on the words More here.. It is the link to the original article. Notice it is purple and has a link line. If you are getting
      Message 2 of 3 , Aug 1, 2009
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        Hi Anna,
         
        Yes, just click on the words  More here..   It is the link to the original
        article.  Notice it is purple and has a link line.   If you are getting only
        plain text, I'm not sure if it would show as a link?   So here it is again,
        below, but in 'plain sight':
        You can always copy and paste it onto the URL bar of any web page.
         
        Regards,   Kat    ; -)
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        From: Anna Webb
        Sent: Saturday, August 01, 2009 11:15 AM
        Subject: [Atlantis_Mysteries] Re: New life for ancient Syrian (Gaelic) sculptures

        More where?

        Is there a link for this article? It's most helpful to have a link both to read the full story, and as a reference.

        Anna

        On Jul 31, 2009, at 10:33 PM, Atlantis_Mysteries@yahoogroups.com wrote:

        New life for ancient Syrian (Gaelic) sculptures 
        Conservators in Berlin piece together the Tell Halaf fragments over 60 years after they were damaged by Allied bombs
        By Martin Bailey July/August 2009
        Published online 29 Jul 09 (Conservation)

        Excavation of the "goddess" in 1912

        BERLIN. A group of 30 monumental sculptures from Tell Halaf, in Syria, have been reconstructed after being pulverised into 25,000 fragments in a bombing raid in World War II. Dating from soon after 1000 BC, the basalt statues were on display in Berlin until a combination of fire and water caused devastating damage...More here..

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