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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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Crédito: Depo Photos/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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Crédito: Depo Photos/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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Crédito: Depo Photos/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
Cod. da imagem: 20181019_zaa_d118_017
Crédito: Depo Photos/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 19/10/2018

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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Around 14,000 pieces of historical artifacts were seized by Istanbul ...

Data da imagem: 19/10/2018
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Crédito: Depo Photos/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 19/10/2018

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October 19, 2018 - Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Security Directorate conducted the most significant archeological artifact operation in the history of the Republic of Turkey, on October 19, 2018. The operation seized 14000 pieces of artifacts in 12 different provinces. Eight individuals were arrested. Among the artifacts, there were gold coins, Roman-era grave stelae, Zeus figurines, many rare artifacts, Byzantine coins, Roman-era swords, Lydian electrum coins, and a bowl describing David's wedding, which is exhibited in two other museums in the world. (Depo Photos) (Credit Image: © Depo Photos/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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