Looting Matters goes on the road this week and will be visiting the Heritage Studies Thursday (October 22) research seminar at the Institute of Archaeology, London, hosted by Tim Schadla-Hall.
What are this week's contemporary issues?
Have we moved on from Egypt's actions against the Louvre? What about Nefertiti and the Rosetta Stone?
What is happening about the trials in Rome? Will the thousands of objects shown in polaroids seized in Switzerland be identified and returned to Italy?
What about Greek claims over objects in Atlanta? FYROM's claim on the Koreschnica krater? Bulgaria's request for Greece to return the Byzantine silver hoard?
Will there be an update on the octodrachm in the Swiss sale?
And can we make sense of the challenges to US import restrictions on archaeological material from Cyprus?
Is there a story waiting to break?
These fragments of an Athenian Little Master cup, decorated with 'nonsense' inscriptions are among the pieces being returned to Ital...
Photo: Becchina Archive Source: Christos Tsirogiannis An Attic black-figured amphora attributed to the manner of the Princeton painter has b...
Source: Sotheby's A marble head of Alexander the Great has been seized in New York (reported in " Judge Orders Return of Ancien...
James Cuno (in Who Owns Antiquity? ) takes six objects from the holdings of the Art Institute of Chicago to demonstrate its character...