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"The vandalism was of three sorts: the general disturbance usually caused by souvenir hunters and by the curious and the oblivious; the wholesale stripping of a place by professional thieves for black-market sale and trade; and outright destruction, in which vehicles were actually used to ram and trench an area" (The Stone Horse, p. 4-5).

"A human being, a four footed animal, the open land. That was all that was present - and a 'thoughtless' understanding of the very old desires bearing on this particular animal: to hunt it, to render it, to fathom it, to subjugate it, to honor it, to take it as a companion" (Ibid, p. 9).

"It is always difficult, especially with something so portable, to rechannel the desire to steal" (Ibid, p. 9-10).

"Intaglios, I thought, were never meant to be see by gods in the sky above. They were meant to be seen...

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