Thursday, November 19, 2009
CPRI "Orphans Study" Stimulates Debate in Blogosphere
One of the points of the CPRI "Orphans Study" was to stimulate debate. And so it has. For an interesting discussion of some the issues related to the study, see Larry Rothfield's "The Punching Bag" blog: https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=5868481&postID=2125331681275459362&pli=1
Posted by Cultural Property Observer at 6:43 AM
Labels: coins, CPRI, orphan artifacts
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You can also add the response on Looting Matters.
When will you be publishing the datasets and the name(s) of the author(s)? And what about the people who were interviewed?
If you are interested you can write CPRI directly as the study suggests. Overally, your questions seem similar to those already asked by Larry Rothfield and I would direct you to his blog for Arthur Houghton's response. In any event, you should feel free to respond to the CPRI's suggestion that others to come up with their own estimates and methodology.
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