The Silicon Valley giant is helping recreate some of the lost archeological treasures damaged by the Islamic State's war across the Middle East, including a new collaboration announced on Tuesday with Historic England and the Imperial War Museums to recreate a 3D printed replica of the Lion of Mosul, according to BBC News. The Lion of Mosul was destroyed by ISIS fighters in 2015 after the jihadists ransacked the historic Mosul Museum. The Imperial War Museums is running a new exhibition called "Culture Under Attack" which discusses the tactic of destroying cultural monuments, libraries, and museums during wartime. The Lion of Mosul belonged to the ancient Assyrian culture and dated back to...Full Article
Google Helps Recreate Historic Lion Of Mosul Once Destroyed By The Islamic State
WorldNews0 shares 1 views
Related news coverage
LONDON (AP) — A figure of a roaring lion, about the size of a loaf of bread, is the latest step in the fight to preserve culture..