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    Tell Surezha (KRG, Iraq) © University of Chicago/Harvard University
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    Temple of Isis (Sabrath, Libya) © Nichole Sheldrick
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    Temple of Kom Ombo (Aswan, Egypt) © Mike Fisher
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    Apadana Palace (Persepolis, Iran) © Andrea Zerbini
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    Temple of the Obelisks (Byblos, Lebanon) © Jennie Bradbury
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    The Bahla Fort (Oman) © Jennie Bradbury
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    Nymphaeum (Garada/Umm Qais, Jordan) © Andrea Zerbini
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    Qasr Bounou (Morocco) © The Middle Draa Project/Nichole Sheldrick
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    Historic Buildings in Ghadames (Libya) © Julia Nikolaus
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    Temple of Isis in front of Pyramid G1-c of Queen Henutsen (Giza, Egypt) © Mike Fisher
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    Carthage (Tunisia) © Julia Nikolaus
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    A View of Petra (Jordan) © Andrea Zerbini
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    Rock Art in Wadi Matkhandouch (Libya) © Julia Nikolaus
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    Sennacherib's Acqueduct at Jerwan (KRG, Iraq) © Mike Fisher
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    Capitolium (Dougga, Tunisia) © Nichole Sheldrick