By Neil Brodie, Morag Kersel, Christina Luke, Katheryn Walker Tubb
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Prott all civilized countries to stress once again the international rules designed to prevent such losses and to insist that their countries ratify these rules and apply them. It is not sufficient to be complacent and to think that one’s own country would not offend against these principles. The Hague Convention represents a moral commitment. When the director-general of UNESCO, or in due course the committee now to be established under the Second Protocol, speaks up for the principles of the Convention, they do so with far more authority when they speak for 182 of the now 192 states in the international community than when speaking for 114, 92, or 37.
Rec. 27925). However, the United States did not formally accede to the Convention until April 19, 1983, after the implementing legislation had been passed. The instrument of accession was formally deposited at UNESCO on September 2, 1983, and came into force on December 2, 1983. S. 1) before the Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act (CPIA) was finally enacted by Congress in December 1982 (128 Cong. Rec. 10 These revisions were mostly the result of compromises aimed at reconciling the goals of at least three interest groups: archaeologists and anthropologists, who were overwhelmingly in favor of the new legislation; dealers and collectors, who were almost universally Nov.
The inventories of the collections were destroyed. To make room for these exhibitions of conquest, thousands of items from the earliest Mesopotamian civilizations were moved out of the National Museum in Baghdad to five of the provincial museums. Following the armed intervention “Desert Storm,” these museums were in turn looted, by whom it is not clear, and between three and four thousand very important objects from the earliest Mesopotamian sites disappeared into the illicit trade in cultural property.
Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, and the Antiquities Trade by Neil Brodie, Morag Kersel, Christina Luke, Katheryn Walker Tubb