Search for the world's most wanted art.
An electronic dissertation on the illicit trade of antiquities by Andrew Cranwell.
Site describes rationale, use and contacts for Object ID, an international standard for describing art, antiques and antiquities to combat theft.
Dede Tisone-Bartels provides teacher's resources for considering the true ownership of works of art which have been taken from their place of origin to museums and collections around the world.
Hugh Jarvis lists Internet and published resources on the archaeological politics of private collecting, commercial treasure hunting, looting.
Looting of Iraqi archaeological sites since the Gulf War. Illustrated feature by John M. Russell in Archaeology includes clickable map of the throne room suite.
Archaeology magazine feature article by Mark Rose on the looting of frescoes, mosaics and icons from churches in Northern Cyprus
Archaeology magazine feature article by Andrew Slayman on one of the largest recoveries of stolen art treasures.
Operates a permanent international database of stolen and missing works of art, antiques and valuables, to assist law enforcement agencies in the battle against art theft.
Database aiming to assist UK police in the recovery and return of stolen antiques and to enable auction houses, collectors and dealers to exercise due diligence.