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Cyprus Recovers Byzantine Frescoes with Help of Menil Collection
In the only example of its kind, a museum purchased looted antiquities on behalf of their country of origin and then returned them. The Menil Collection museum of Houston, Texas purchased Byzantine frescoes from a looted Cypriot church. . . .
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