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Mikva Apr. S. R. 5643b Oct. 19, 1977 Committee report Sept. R. S. House 1977b) Feb. 8, 1978 95 S. S. Senate 1978) 94 H. R. 14171 June 3, 1976 Rep. Green Sen. Fulbright/ Reps. 1. S. 2. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. 2 provides an overview of the provisions of CPIA in its final form. Stolen Cultural Property Article 7(b)(i) of the UNESCO Convention obliges State Parties “to prohibit the import of cultural property stolen from a museum or a religious or secular public monument or similar institution in another State Party .
Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, and the Antiquities Trade by Neil Brodie, Morag Kersel, Christina Luke, Katheryn Walker Tubb