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Trade in antiquities. reducing destruction and theft. Published 1997 by UNESCO Pu. Archetype in Paris, London. Cultural property, Moral and ethical aspects, International cooperation, Antiquities, Collection and preservation, Protection, Art thefts, Archaeological thefts, Protection (International law). Includes bibliographical references (p. 106-112).
Trade in Antiquities: Reducing Destruction and Theft.
Antiquities are old objects of cultural heritage. O’Keefe, P. J. (1997). Trade in Antiquities: Reducing Destruction and Theft. They can be very valuable, and are often found in museums or private collections. There is still much cultural heritage buried under the ground around the world, or otherwise in situ as part of a temple or other heritage structure like a church. International Crime and Justice.
The antiquities trade is the exchange of antiquities and archaeological artifacts from around the world. This trade may be illicit or completely legal.
Trade in Antiquities: Reducing Destruction and Theft. London: Archetype Publications. Papa Sokal, M. (2006). Antiquities Collecting and the Looting of Archaeological Sites. Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Ename International Colloquium, Who Owns the Past? Heritage Rights and Responsibilities in a Multicultural World, held at Ghent, Belgium, 22–25 March 2006. org/pdf/PapaSokal Antiquities. Retrieved 13 March 2008.