Sources of Information on Antiquities Theft


This paper was written for a class on Information Access in the Social Sciences while I was completing my Master's Degree in Library Science. I wrote it, not as an expert in the fields of archaeology, museology, or art, but as a librarian who is extremely interested in the topic. The idea for this paper came from two things, the novel Lord Elgin's Lady and my husband's long-standing love for and study of archaeology.

The entries are, for the most part, annotated and use of the sources mentioned will provide further information on the topic. This document is not definitive of the topic, and if someone has suggestions for further inclusions, please e-mail me.

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