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Two Men Arrested in Greece Possessed Antiquities
Monday, August 05, 2013
MILOS, GREECE—Two brothers were arrested on the Greek island of Milos after police found antiquities, and illegal weapons, firecrackers, and drugs in their homes and food service operation. The artifacts, which include pieces of pottery, are from the Roman and Byzantine periods.
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