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The most grievous blow has been suffered by the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud, believed to be named after the biblical hunter Nimrod. Eighty percent of the site has been destroyed, by jihadists driving bulldozers and detonating explosives. Nineveh, once the largest city in the world, has been 70-percent destroyed. 'Idolatry' As for Mosul itself, historians are quailing at the likely fate of the city's museum, the second largest in Iraq and doctor home loan rate Oak Laurel a treasure house of ancient artefacts. After suffering looting during the 2003 Iraq War, the museum was on the point of reopening in 2014 when IS took over. Provided by AFP A view of the city of Mosul shows smoke billowing while Iraqi forces fight the Islamic State group doctor home mortgage loan Oak Laurel 0430129662 in a bid to retake the city, on February 26, 2017 The jihadists immediately set about destroying objects from the Assyrian and Greek period, which they claimed promoted "idolatry." Grim discoveries by the Iraqi army in its advance towards the jihadists' bastion of west Mosul have prompted some specialists to fear the worst. In mid-January, Iraqi troops in Neneveh liberated the reputed tomb of the Prophet Yunus -- known to Jews and Christians as the Prophet Jonah. "(It is) far more damaged than we expected," Culture Minister Salim Khalaf said. The site could collapse, because the jihadists dug tunnels underneath, both to hide from attack and to dig for artefacts, he explained. More than 700 items have been looted from the site to be sale on the black market, he estimated. Iraq is turning to Interpol and other world agencies to track down the lost treasures.