Cultural Property Crime: An Overview and Analysis of Contemporary Perspectives and Trends
In Cultural Property Crime, experts from a wide range of disciplines provide analytical insights into classical and contemporary criminal acts that affect our cultural heritage worldwide, both in peace and wartime.
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Do the Facts of the Crime Fit the Limits in Law?
Part 2 The Relationship between Cultural Heritage Crimes and Organized Crime
Antiquities Trafficking and the Narcotics Support Economies of Guatemala
Part 3 Fakes and Forgeries
Chapter 3 The Narrative Structure of Forgery Tales
The Trade in Fake Antiquities from China
Part 4 Art and WhiteCollar Crime
Coming to Grips with the Risks
New Perspectives and Dimensions in Art Crime
Some Canadian Experiences
German and International Responses to Ownership Rights in Looting Cases
Part 6 Archaeological Looting
Chapter 13 The Internet Market in PreColumbian Antiquities
A Preliminary Investigation
Temple Looting in Cambodia
Chapter 16 Transnational Forfeiture of the Getty Bronze
Chapter 6 Art Crime as WhiteCollar Crime
Lessons Learned or the Fast Falling into Oblivion?
The Getty and Caligulas Legacy
Chapter 9 An Inside Job? The Case of Robert Noortman
Part 5 Armed Conflicts and Cultural Property
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