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Raiders of the Lost Archive: How Newly Discovered Manuscripts of Afghanistan Ended Up in Israel

Why is the National Library of Israel adding hundreds of stolen medieval manuscripts from Afghanistan to its collection? The post Raiders of the Lost Archive: How Newly Discovered Manuscripts of Afghanistan Ended Up in Israel appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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