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Theft. Quedlinburg Abbey was founded as a proprietary church of the Ottonian Imperial family by Emperor Otto the Great in 936 as a memorial to his father.
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Art theft is usually for the purpose of resale or for ransom (sometimes called artnapping). Stolen art is sometimes used by criminals as collateral to secure loans.
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Art theft and looting during World War II - Wikipedia, the ...
Art theft and looting occurred on massive scale during World War II. It originated with the policies of the Axis countries, primarily Nazi Germany and Japan, which ...
Art Theft Detail - Los Angeles Police Department
The Art Theft Detail is responsible for the investigation of all thefts and burglaries when fine art is the primary object of attack. The detail also investigates ...
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum : Theft
Want to learn more about the 1990 theft at the Gardner Museum? We've created a new virtual tour through the Google Art Project. This tour is meant to be viewed in ...
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