Neil Brodie, Morag Kersel, Christina Luke, Katheryn Walker's Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, and the Antiquities Trade PDF

By Neil Brodie, Morag Kersel, Christina Luke, Katheryn Walker Tubb

ISBN-10: 0813029724

ISBN-13: 9780813029726

Archaeological artifacts became a traded commodity largely as the worldwide succeed in of Western society permits easy accessibility to the world’s archaeological background. received via the world’s top museums and personal creditors, antiquities were faraway from archaeological websites, monuments, or cultural associations and illegally traded. This number of essays through world-recognized specialists investigates the ways in which com-modifying artifacts fuels the destruction of archaeological history and considers what could be performed to guard it. regardless of starting to be nationwide and overseas laws to guard cultural history, expanding numbers of archaeological sites—among them, war-torn Afghanistan and Iraq—are topic to pillage because the financial worth of artifacts rises. delivering complete examinations of archaeological website looting, the antiquities alternate, the spoil of cultural background assets, and the overseas efforts to wrestle their destruction, the authors argue that the antiquities industry affects cultural history around the globe and is a burgeoning international crisis.

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