Wooden display stands lie on the floor of the Mosul Museum. The museum artifacts were looted and destroyed by ISIS in February 2015. Officials say ISIS smuggled some of the artifacts out of Iraq to sell on the black market.
An empty stone pedestal in the middle of the Mosul museum. ISIS made a video of artifacts being destroyed with sledgehammers and jackhammers.
The remains of one of Mosul Museum's Iamassu, a winged bull statue more than 2,500 years old. It was a symbol of the might of the great Assyrian Empire.
A large hole in the middle of the floor of the museum was left when ISIS used explosives to access artifacts that were not on display.
An ISIS leaflet left on an artifact's remains. The leaflet is a prayer for sleep.
A stone with Islamic writing stands next to a collection of display labels that were used in the curation of the museum.
Old manuscripts found inside the Mosul museum. Many of the old books and manuscripts of the museum were burned by ISIS.
An old wooden chest with Arabic writings on it.