Thursday, October 22, 2015


The reality of how archaeological sites are treated in places like Iraq again should raise questions concerning whether nation states are the best stewards "cultural property."  Iraq, of course, remains mired in war, but Uruk is such an important site one have hoped it would receive better care.

1 comment:

John H said...

Hi Peter:

It cannot fail to be noticed that the only people raising concerns are collectors. Again, says it all.


John Howland