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A view of stone rams at Amun Temple in Naga, near the Meroë pyramids, south of the ancient city of Meroë, Sudan, on March 10, 2012. (Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah / Reuters)

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Skeletal and animal remains are seen at one of 12 newly discovered ancient Egyptian cemetaries dating back to the New Kingdom era at Gabal al-Silsila or Chain of Mountains area in Upper Egypt, north of Aswan, January 11, 2017, in this handout picture courtesy of the Ministry of Antiquities. The Ministry of Antiquities/Handout via Reuters

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Al-Naslaa Rock Formation

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A 2010 view shows the intact Temple of Bel in the historic Syrian city of Palmyra. The temple, an ancient fusion of Near Eastern and Greco-Roman architecture named for the Mesopotamian god Bel, was dedicated in 32 AD.
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