Footnotes

  • Taped phone conversation are coming to light in the da Vinci trial in Scotland.
  • More on how the key witness, Ted Gardiner, in the Four Corners looted native art case committed suicide.
  • DNA evidence may offer some new leads in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum art theft with the 20 year anniversary approaching, while the museum hosted a talk, stating that “everyone is a suspect.”
  • 2010 Summer internships available with the LCCHP, the Lawyer’s Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation
  • University of Seville engineers have created a way to monitor monuments by remote control.
  • The son and daughter-in-law of Ansel Adams have filed suit to stop the Fresno Metropolitan Museum of art from auctioning off Adams’ works.
  • With the increased revenue from tourists comes the increased risk of damage to cultural sites.
  • Mark Durney gives an economic view on forgery.
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