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Caption:CHICAGO, IL -SEPTEMBER 29: Standing in front of a colossal human-headed winged bull which once stood at the entrance of the throne room of King Sargon II (721-705 BC) in Khorsabad, capital of Assyria, Donny George, General Director for Research with the Iraq State Board of Antiquities in Baghdad, answers questions during a news conference at the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute September 29, 2003 in Chicago, Illinois. George was at the university to discuss the latest information on lost and endangered artifacts in Iraq. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Caption:CHICAGO, IL -SEPTEMBER 29: Standing in front of a colossal human-headed winged bull which once stood at the entrance of the throne room of King Sargon II (721-705 BC) in Khorsabad, capital of Assyria, Donny George, General Director for Research with the Iraq State Board of Antiquities in Baghdad, answers questions during a news conference at the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute September 29, 2003 in Chicago, Illinois. George was at the university to discuss the latest information on lost and endangered artifacts in Iraq. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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Author Matthew Bogdano says when the cameras are turned off, ISIS sees ancient artifacts as dollar signs -- the militant group has learned to finance their activities through the sale of antiquities.