Mar 01, 2008 - Tallil, Iraq - The Ziggurat of Ur looms in the background of Sumerian ruins. The Ziggurat, an ancient temple that is more than 4,000 years old, was built by the Sumerians in honor of their moon god, Sin. About 95 percent of the city is still buried under the sand. (Credit Image: © A

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Mar 01, 2008 - Tallil, Iraq - The Ziggurat of Ur looms in the background of Sumerian ruins. The Ziggurat, an ancient temple that is more than 4,000 years old, was built by the Sumerians in honor of their moon god, Sin. About 95 percent of the city is still buried under the sand. (Credit Image: © A
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Mar 01, 2008 - Tallil, Iraq - The Ziggurat of Ur looms in the background of Sumerian ruins. The Ziggurat, an ancient temple that is more than 4,000 years old, was built by the Sumerians in honor of their moon god, Sin. About 95 percent of the city is still buried under the sand. (Credit Image: © Andrew Craft/ZUMA Press)

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