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The opposite is true, Mr. Montanari said. The government would better serve future generations by preserving Italy’s vast patrimony rather than investing in isolated works of art. The crucifix and the way it has been displayed, he said, were a deliberate attempt by the Italian government to associate itself with an important religious symbol. Had the work been of a different subject, say, a satyr, with an equally tenuous attribution, I doubt that the state would have invested the money he said.
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