by Jan Cleave THE TALE OF HOW THE Schliemann gold resurfaced half a century after its disappearance begins in October 1987, when the young curator of the Museum of Private Collections, a branch of the Pushkin Museum, stumbled across some papers in the basement of the Ministry of Culture. Grigorii Kozlov had gone in search […]

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