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Greek exhibit presses Britain to return Parthenon sculptures

By Charles M. Sennott and Sarah Liebowitz
Globe Staff And Globe Correspondent / July 12, 2004

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ATHENS -- Art exhibits often have missions or political statements. But the goal of an exhibit opening next month at the Parthenon, the jewel of Athenian art and culture, is more specific than most: It is intended to provoke London's British Museum into loaning its Parthenon sculptures to Greece. (Full Article: 1389 Words)

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