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`Wealth is a curse': Hobby Lobby founder says he's giving away his company instead of keeping it in the family because he `chose God'( )
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Stolen Afghan manuscripts have been coming up for sale at major auction houses, according to research group( )
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Morton: Not all sacred art is [property] of the nation
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Joel Baden Candida Moss (2017). Is An Ancient Text In The Museum of the Bible Real Or Fake?. The Daily Beast. 22 October.
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Secretary Jewell Advances Discussion on Repatriation of Tribal Sacred Objects with French Authorities( )
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Sale of Kanak Art Suspended
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Stolen Kanak art objects offered at a large auction in Switzerland?
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