Palmyra'S Last Treasures In Syria In September, 2002.

SYRIA - SEPTEMBER 01: Palmyra's Last Treasures in Syria in September, 2002 - Khaled al-Asaad, the Director of Antiquities and Museum in Palmyra, in front of a rare sarcophagus depicting two priests (they wear the typical cylindrical cap), a father and his son, one with his wife and the other one with his sister. Dating from the 1st century, it is one of the finest sculptures in Palmyra. (Photo by Marc DEVILLE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
SYRIA - SEPTEMBER 01: Palmyra's Last Treasures in Syria in September, 2002 - Khaled al-Asaad, the Director of Antiquities and Museum in Palmyra, in front of a rare sarcophagus depicting two priests (they wear the typical cylindrical cap), a father and his son, one with his wife and the other one with his sister. Dating from the 1st century, it is one of the finest sculptures in Palmyra. (Photo by Marc DEVILLE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
Palmyra'S Last Treasures In Syria In September, 2002.
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Gamma-Rapho
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2002年09月01日
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