In this Wednesday, April 3, 2013 photo, a sign next to a skeleton in the Sumerian room of Iraq's national museum refers to its age as "dated to very old time," in Baghdad, Iraq. Oddly-written signs, often missing key information of the artifacts they refer to, are one of the problems ridding this cultural heritage site. Experts say the faulty signs are partly because the staff do not have the right background about the pieces, and the museum inventory is still being updated, so there is no proper description for many of the pieces. (AP Photo/Diaa Hadid)

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In this Wednesday, April 3, 2013 photo, a sign next to a skeleton in the Sumerian room of Iraq's national museum refers to its age as "dated to very old time," in Baghdad, Iraq.  Oddly-written signs, often missing key information of the artifacts they refer to, are one of the problems ridding this cultural heritage site. Experts say the faulty signs are partly because the staff do not have the right background about the pieces, and the museum inventory is still being updated, so there is no proper description for many of the pieces. (AP Photo/Diaa Hadid)
In this Wednesday, April 3, 2013 photo, a sign next to a skeleton in the Sumerian room of Iraq's national museum refers to its age as "dated to very old time," in Baghdad, Iraq. Oddly-written signs, often missing key information of the artifacts they refer to, are one of the problems ridding this cultural heritage site. Experts say the faulty signs are partly because the staff do not have the right background about the pieces, and the museum inventory is still being updated, so there is no proper description for many of the pieces. (AP Photo/Diaa Hadid)
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