Law and Looting

Shelton, Dinah
July 1986
Archaeology;Jul/Aug86, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p80
Features a competition regarding archaeological property and ownership, sponsored by the American Society of International Law. Fictional problem to be solved by contestants; Teams selected for the final competition held in Washington, D.C.; Judges of the competition.


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