Brian Rose

University of Pennsylvania

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Professor of Mediterranean Archeology at the University of Pennsylvania and Deputy Director of the University Museum, he has worked for the last eight years with the military training troops deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan in cultural heritage awareness

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Many antiquities left by ancient civilizations became collateral damage when the US invaded Iraq.

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