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Minneapolis Institute of Arts to return ancient vase to Italy

It’s been a staple at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts since 1983. But a recent investigation by the Italian government reveals the vase was looted from an ancient grave.
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It’s been a staple at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts since 1983. But a recent investigation by the Italian government reveals the vase was looted from an ancient grave.

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