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Ancient statues looted in Lebanese war returned decades later
by Angus McDowall
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12 January 2018
On 12 January 2018 Reuters reported:
A marble bull's head made 2,400 years ago for a Phoenician temple and looted during Lebanon's civil war arrived in Beirut on Friday (12 January) after American officials found it in the United States and sent it home. Located on the east coast of the Mediterranean, Lebanon was an important part of the classical world, home to the Phoenician civilization ...
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