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Case Summary

Italy Claim Against Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


In an amicable 2006 agreement, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston agreed to transfer 13 allegedly looted antiquities to Italy in exchange for long-term loans of other important antiquities. The most prominent object returned was an over-life-size statue of Sabina . . . .

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