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International Art Trafficking
The trafficking in art and antiques is not a new crime. In the 1490's Lorenzo de'Medici requested Michelangelo in Florence to make his statue to look as if it had been buried in order to sell for an ancient piece for more money. This is an indication that art has gradually increased as an investment option over the years. Ancient Romans adored ancient Greek art, and workshops in the Imperial City created tonnes of reproductions, as some of these artefacts were quite good, and it makes it hard to tell what is ancient Greek and Roman forgery . It is important to note that due to the incr…
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