Volume 17, No. 7 & 8
July/August 1996
• Retired Professor Pleads Guilty in Vatican Case
— Constance Lowenthal
• Stolen Torso Returned to Italy
— Anne C. Cockburn
• Stolen Art Found in Lawyer's Home
— Jennifer Landes
• Peruvian Antiquities Seized as Sipan Artifacts
— Anne C. Cockburn
• Former Anglican Priest in Arizona Charged with Theft and Fraud
— Constance Lowenthal
• Asset Seizure Auction of Center Art's Inventory
— Albert Field
• Loss of Wall Reliefs from Sennacherib's Palace at Nineveh, Iraq (704-681 BC)
— John Malcolm Russell
• California Court of Appeals Adopts Discovery Rule in Cases to Recover Stolen Art
— Carla J. Shapreau
• Note: Where the California Cases Stand Now
— Anne C. Cockburn
• Reversals in Two California Cases Prompt Debate on Time Limits
— John Henry Merryman and Carla J. Shapreau
• Another Benton Study Proves Authentic. Prelude to the Metropolitan Museum's July Hay
— Nancy J. Little
• Partial Recovery in Pennsbury Manor Theft
— Anna J. Kisluk
• Missing Stradivari Recovered by the University of California
— Carla Shapreau
• ALR Helps Recover Archipenkos
— Anna Kisluk
• Purloined Picassos and Pissarro—Not
— Anna Kisluk