National Archaeological Museum…

A pair of rare marble statues dating to the 6th century BC is seen on display at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens yesterday. The statues were seized by police near Corinth last Friday from two suspected antiquities smugglers who are in custody. Culture Minister Pavlos Geroulanos said the statues were ‘of inestimable value.’ They stand 1.82 meters high and are believed to have been created by the same sculptor.

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