Dr. Doron J. Lurie senior curator and chief conservator at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art adjusts his gloves before taking Abraham Breughel's Still Life of Fruit with a Bird, left, and Jan Breughel's Adoration of the Kings paintings into the museum's vault in Tel Aviv, Israel, Monday, Nov. 19, 2012. Tel Aviv's Art Museum, one of Israel's premiere museums, has moved 200 of its most precious works of art to a rocket-proof vault in case of a missile attack. (AP Photo/Dan Balilty)

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Dr. Doron J. Lurie senior curator and chief conservator at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art adjusts his gloves before taking Abraham Breughel's Still Life of Fruit with a Bird, left, and Jan Breughel's Adoration of the Kings paintings into the museum's vault in Tel Aviv, Israel, Monday, Nov. 19, 2012. Tel Aviv's Art Museum, one of Israel's premiere museums, has moved 200 of its most precious works of art to a rocket-proof vault in case of a missile attack. (AP Photo/Dan Balilty)
Dr. Doron J. Lurie senior curator and chief conservator at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art adjusts his gloves before taking Abraham Breughel's Still Life of Fruit with a Bird, left, and Jan Breughel's Adoration of the Kings paintings into the museum's vault in Tel Aviv, Israel, Monday, Nov. 19, 2012. Tel Aviv's Art Museum, one of Israel's premiere museums, has moved 200 of its most precious works of art to a rocket-proof vault in case of a missile attack. (AP Photo/Dan Balilty)
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