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December 6, 2008

The glory that was Greece


Above, a 475 B.C. Greek red-figure terracotta rhyton [ancient Greek drinking horn], 20cm (8.5") long, in the shape of a donkey's head, one of 14 artifacts to be returned to Italy by the Cleveland Museum of Art after long negotiations.

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