Antiquities and Archaeology

Arts Council England takes action against Northampton after controversial sale

Egyptian sculpture sell off penalised by loss of museum Accreditation status

Published online: 01 August 2014

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Blowing up Mosul's historic mosques is 'a war crime'

British archaeologist and peer compares loss to the destruction of an English medieval cathedral

Published online: 28 July 2014

Northampton awaits Arts Council's response after controversial sale

Meeting to review museum's status after Egyptian statue ends up in private hands

Published online: 24 July 2014

Ashmolean exhibition reveals the real curse of Tutankhamun

Few scholars have researched the boy king's tomb and Howard Carter's archive

Published online: 22 July 2014

Experts condemn British government for failure to ratify convention protecting cultural property

Crossbench peer leads criticism of repeated delays despite widespread looting in Syria

Published online: 21 July 2014

Spain returns ‘small museum’ of artefacts to Colombia

Nearly 700 works confiscated by Spanish police in a 2003 drug trafficking and money laundering investigation were handed over this week

Published online: 26 June 2014

 

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