WASHINGTON – About 450 stolen Sumerian fleets were bought by the US firm Hubei-Lopey and seized by the US Customs Department, returning to a city missing from the Sumerian history of the city, the company said.
The stolen sheets belonged to the cache of thousands of looted antiquities bought by the US firm that the US government seized on the pretext of returning them to Iraq, LifeScience said in a report.
He said 450 of the confiscated skeletons had been confiscated, many of them from the ancient city of Ayers Sagrek, which was located somewhere in southern Iraq between 2200 BC and 1600 BC and was not specifically identified by archaeologists.
He added that the panels contain legal and administrative texts in the sense that they contain records such as contracts and stocks of goods, which facilitate the citizens and the government to manage their affairs, while a few panels contain magic mascots
The researcher at the National Council for Science, Manuel Molina, a specialist in Sumerian studies, said that Iris Sagres, a city of Sumeria, has not been excavated before and its location remains unknown.
“The precise location of this site has been discussed among scientists and perhaps a number of panels from the missing city have appeared in the antique market in recent years or have been plundered recently.
The report pointed out that archaeologists may not agree on the necessity of returning these stolen materials from Iraq immediately before translating them and studying their content for archaeologists and postgraduate students.