Le blog de Jean-David Desforges

Lake patrol: Dredging plan creates opportunity for treasure hunter

29 Juillet 2008 , Rédigé par Jean-David Desforges Publié dans #Pressions sur le patrimoine

[ÉTATS-UNIS] Lu sur swvatoday.com This new and, fortunately, temporary landscape is not a result of the drought, but of preparation for dredging over the winter to remove sediment from the lakebed. On Thursday near the diving ...

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New guidelines for US museums acquiring antiquities

23 Juillet 2008 , Rédigé par Jean-David Desforges Publié dans #Lutte contre le trafic

[ÉTATS-UNIS] Lu sur le site theartnewspaper.com New guidelines for US museums acquiring antiquities The Association of Art Museum Directors says no works which left their country of origin before 1970 should enter collections By The Art ...

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Insider: Guardians of Antiquity?

10 Juillet 2008 , Rédigé par Jean-David Desforges Publié dans #Prise de position

[MUSÉES] Lu sur archaeology.org In 2005 and 2006, I gave public tours in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston of antiquities that were known or widely suspected to have been looted. I

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Archaeological sites in south Iraq have not been looted, say experts

30 Juin 2008 , Rédigé par Jean-David Desforges Publié dans #Patrimoine culturel et conflits

[IRAK] Lu sur le site theartnewspaper.com Archaeological sites in south Iraq have not been looted, say experts Despite widely publicised fears of damage to ancient sites, a team of specialists found that eight of the most important have not

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