Ancient clay sealings or bullae, used to authenticate documents and tablets in Mesopotamia, are packed by the Museum of the Bible for return to Iraq. The artifacts were acquired without proof of their chain of ownership — leaving the possibility they might have been looted.

Ancient clay sealings or bullae, used to authenticate documents and tablets in Mesopotamia, are packed by the Museum of the Bible for return to Iraq. The artifacts were acquired without proof of their chain of ownership — leaving the possibility they might have been looted.