Back view of male artist painting portrait of black woman on easel against lamp during work in spacious workshop

Tracing Treasures of Ancient Rome to a Village That Looted Its Own Heritage

Investigators say they have figured out how bronze statues from a shrine built 2,000 years ago in Asia Minor to venerate the emperors of Rome ended up in museums around the world.
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