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Over the centuries, archaeologists and looters unearthed ancient sculptures and other works of art on the Italian peninsula, taking their finds home with them. Now, with "Nostoi," Greek for "return home," Rome celebrates the return of many of these masterpieces…
By PBS NewsHour
Although home to some of the world's earliest civilizations, Iraq's basic security needs have overshadowed efforts to protect the country's treasured archeological sites, resulting in an increase in vandalism and theft.
The Iraqi National Museum became the latest target of looting in Baghdad on Saturday, with treasures dating back thousands of years ending up in the hands of crowds of looters, museum officials said.
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