Stolen Minoan kouros statue valued at 1.3 million euros
A 30-centimeter kouros statue, depicting a youth praying, and dating to the Minoan period, has been valued at 1.3 million euros, according to a statement issued by police, nearly a year after the arrest of four people in the Cretan region of Siteia on charges of illegally trading artifacts.
The statue was valued by the members of a committee set up at the behest of the Culture Ministry.
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