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The archaeologist and the art market: policies and practice

  • B. F. Cook (a1)


The Keeper of Greek and Roman Antiquities at the British Museum sets out his view of where responsible museums and researchers should find a balance in the difficult matter of unprovenanced antiquities that may be the spoils of recent looting.



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  • B. F. Cook (a1)


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