Rare Coin, Minted by Brutus to Mark Caesar’s Death, Is Returned to Greece

The gold coin, which dates from 42 B.C. and is valued at $4.2 million, is thought to have been looted from a field near where an army loyal to Brutus camped during the struggle for control of Rome.
Previous Story

Museums Rename Artworks and Artists as Ukrainian, Not Russian

Next Story

For Two Los Angeles Artists, the Spiritual Is Political