The two pieces, which date back to the third millennium B.C.E., will remain in New York for now
A court ordered Jens Haaning to return the money from his "Take the Money and Run" stunt
Zeng Yuxuan, 23, was sentenced to six months in prison on charges of sedition
Priced at nearly $10 million, "A Walk in the Woods" was the subject of the artist's 1983 television premiere
The agency has been trying to protect Ukraine's historic sites since the beginning of the war with Russia
Researchers don't know the purpose of the brick arch, which leads to a set of stairs descending deeper underground
The little opening for felines has a surprisingly long history
Arthur Brand, the "Indiana Jones of the art world," negotiated the recovery of an 1884 canvas taken from a Dutch museum in March 2020
A UNESCO representative says the country has suffered an "inestimable loss"
Erlend Bore unearthed a trove of 1,500-year-old gold jewelry—just months after he picked up the hobby
The remains belonged to the Ychsma culture, a group that lived in present-day Peru before the Inca came to power
Jewish rebels may have hidden the weapons away from the Roman army in the second century C.E.
After years of planning, the museum handed over dolls, baskets, maps and other objects acquired in the 1950s
In the 1930s, Helmut Horten purchased businesses that Jewish owners sold "under duress"
During World War II, a young pilot named Frank Moody died while training in Michigan
Six people with a "Klimaticket" tattoo received an unlimited one-year public transit pass
The rare silver denarius was minted during the rule of Marcus Aurelius (161-180 C.E.)
The owner had no idea the painting was an original when she found it in a New Hampshire thrift store
The plan could threaten the landmark's status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
A new exhibition will be the first survey of the cultural movement in New York City since 1987
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