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Civilians evacuated from the Islamic State's embattled holdout of Baghouz wait at a screening area held by the U.
S.-backed Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the eastern Syrian province of Deir Ezzor One thing you notice, interviewing the survivors, is they all sit the same way: knees pulled to their chests, arms encircling their knees, hugging themselves tightly as they talk, wanting to share but also recoil from violent memories of their captivity at the hands of Islamic State.
Unfortunately, researchers are not certain where the tablet is presently located. van Dijk published a copy of the Akkadian inscription, which the researchers used for their translation.
In 1976, it was housed in the Iraq Museum in Baghdad. Since 1976, Iraq has been through three wars and, during the 2003 invasion, the museum was pillaged.
Wasserman said that the meaning of this riddle eludes him.
"I don't understand what is really going on," he said, adding that auxiliary forces are often below-average soldiers, "and they are not really trustworthy, sometimes they run away in the middle of the battle."Another riddle, this one even more fragmentary and whose translation is uncertain, is also very crude.
It was a language commonly used by the Babylonians, along with other ancient kingdoms in the Middle East."This is a relatively rare genre — we don't have many riddles," Wasserman told Live Science in an interview, referring to riddles written in the Akkadian language.
The answer is a governor."This riddle describes the power of a governor namely to act as a judge who punishes or sentences to death," write Streck and Wasserman in the journal article.
Wasserman has seen examples in other Akkadian texts of people criticizing their leaders.
ISIS may be defeated on the battlefield, but one thing is clear: Families made Islamic State a state.
The presence of women, children, schools, and commerce lent legitimacy to an illegitimate stake in the territory militants once controlled (one-third of both Syria and Iraq until 2017), a base from where they launched attacks on Paris, Brussels, London, and elsewhere.