Returning That 2,500-Year-Old Italian Vase
February 6th, 2006

An editorial in the New York Times believes the Metropolitan Museum of Art is doing the right thing by returning the 2,500-year-old Euphronios krater (a mixing bowl) and several other antiquities to Italy, because the Italian government has demonstrated to the museum’s satisfaction the likelihood that they were stolen. The Times decries the notorious corrupt antiquities market and its ceaseless cultural ransacking.

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