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Italy welcomes home looted ancient artworks from the U.S.
Italy on Monday celebrated the return of 60 looted archaeological artefacts worth more than $20 million, many of which had been on display at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art before their illicit origin was discovered.
Ancient fresco among 60 treasures returned to Italy from US
A fresco from Herculaneum, a city which was destroyed along with Pompeii by the 79 A.D. eruption of Mount Vesuvius is now back in Italy, along with 59 other ancient pieces which were illegally trafficked to the United States
Elgin Marbles to return this year, says Greek official
Greece is claiming to be on the verge of striking a “win-win” deal with the British Museum over the Elgin Marbles, which it expects to start returning before
$20 Million Worth of Looted Art Returns to Italy From the U.S.
The authorities of the two countries have worked together to round up statues, vases and bronzes, some of which had appeared in American museums.
Herculaneum fresco among looted relics returned to Italy from US
Italy celebrates return of 60 artefacts, some dating back to first century BC, with total value of more than $20m
Struggle to reach deal in secret talks to return Elgin Marbles to Greece
Sources say two sides cannot agree on how much of the disputed artefacts should return to Athens and for how long
After 220 Years, the Fate of the Parthenon Marbles Rests in Secret Talks
The British Museum and Greece’s prime minister are getting closer to a deal on returning the so-called Elgin Marbles to Athens. But key differences remain.