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Ancient coins stolen from archaeology site returned to Italian museum

  • January 24, 2021

The note said that the woman, 36, believed the items were “cursed” and that they brought bad luck on her and her family.

According to reports, since returning to her native Canada, the woman has suffered two bouts of breast cancer, resulting in a double mastectomy, while her family has undergone financial ruin.

The note said: “I wanted to have a piece of history that couldn’t be bought.

“We can’t ever seem to get ahead in life. I took a piece of history captured in a time with so much negative energy attached to it.

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Article source: https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/1388289/ancient-coins-stolen-paestum-museum-naples-ancient-greece-evg

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