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Statistics, damned statistics, and the antiquities trade

  • Neil Brodie (a1)

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The antiquities trade is a rather shady business — and few facts are available. Here Neil Brodie of the Illicit Antiquities Research Centre at Cambridge reviews the facts and figures of the British trade in such goods.

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