Over the last week the press in the Republic of Macedonia have been discussing the looting of an archaic cemetery at Koreshnica some ten years or so ago. Pasko Kuzman, director of the Cultural Heritage Protection Office (CHPO) of the Republic of Macedonia, has traced a bronze krater (of "Trebeniste type") to a private collection in New York.
For older material on this see "A Bronze Krater from the Republic of Macedonia".
Discussion of the archaeological ethics surrounding the collecting of antiquities and archaeological material.
Monday, 18 February 2008
The Koreschnica Krater
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