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United States returns stolen 14th century image of saint to Italy
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9 December 2016
On 9 December 2016 Reuters reported:
A stolen 14th century illustration of a Roman Catholic saint was returned on Friday to Italy, where it will be put in a museum, U.S. Customs officials said. The image, an ink, tempera, and gold image of a haloed Saint Lucy, had spent decades at the Cleveland Museum of Art, which bought it in good faith in 1952, the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said in a statement. It said the artifact was turned over in a ceremony at the Italian Embassy.
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