Arthur Brand who is dubbed as the "Indiana Jones of the Art World" has recently returned a rare stolen 1st-century bronze sculpture statue of the god of wine, Bacchus to the director of the Musee du Pays Chatillonnais in eastern France. In December 1973, thieves stole the 40-centimeter statue of Bacchus. Museum director Monnet was delighted to have the sculpture back. Brand said that "The criminals got away with some Roman antiquities, around 5,000 Roman coins but more importantly, the bronze statue of Bacchus as a child".

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Stolen Sculpture Statue Of God Bacchus

 

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