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Did the Romans melt down looted golden objects or did they keep them intact?
The most famous such object is, of course, the Menorah which is reported to have surfaced up later in Constantinople via Carthage, so it seems to have been kept intact. But I am wondering if there ...
Jan 2 '13 at 19:53
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