Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Can the Poignant Documents in the Iraqi Jewish Archive Warm Hearts of Stone?
Can the poignant documents in the Iraqi Jewish archive cause a rethink about the justice of the repatriationist position of those in the US State Department and its Cultural Heritage Center, the Iraqi Government and hardliners within the archaeological community? It seems not. Instead, there is only silence, even in those reaches of the archaeological blogosphere which usually cannot pass up a chance to comment on any issue, large or small.
Posted by Cultural Property Observer at 7:49 AM
Labels: Blogging, Cultural Heritage Center, Iraqi Cultural Artifacts, Repatriation, State Department, Torah Scrolls
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