The "Looting Question" Bibliography:
"Bibliography", pages 315-337 from Karl E. Meyer's 1977 The Plundered Past (New York: Atheneum)


Author's Note: Since this is the first bibliography of any scope on this subject, I have tried to be as inclusive as possible. Asterisks denote material of special interest. Only one abbreviation is employed: NYT for New York Times.

ADAM, NICOLAS. "The Treasure They Buried Again," The Observer (London), 12 November 1972.

ADAMS, ROBERT MCCORMACK. "Archaeology and Cultural Diplomacy," Foreign Service Journal, June 1968, pp. 24, 49-50.

-. "Illicit International Traffic in Antiquities," American Antiquity, January, 1971, pp. ii-iii.

ALSOP, JOSEPH. "Kato Zakro," The New Yorker,'17 August 1966, pp. 32-95.

Antiquity. "The Pennsylvania Declaration," Antiquity, 1971, pp. 31416. (Reply by the Vermeules)

Archaeometry.. Aitken, M. J., P. R. S. Moorey, P. J. Ucko, "The authenticity of vessels and figurines in the Hacilar style," 1971, pp. 89-142.

-. I. P. R. S. Moorey, "The origins of the Oxford inquiry and the archeological background," 1971, pp. 89-92.

-. II. M. J. Aitken, "The thermoluminescent tests," 1971, pp. 93-109.

-. III. P. R. S. Moorey and P. J. Ucko, "List of objects tested," 1971, pp. 110-14.

-. IV. P. J. Ucko, "Stylistic analysis," 1971, pp. 115-27.

ARNASON, H. HARVARD. "Introducing the International Foundation for Art Research," Museum News, April, 1972, pp. 28-30.

ARNAU, FRANK. Three Thousand Years of Deception in Art and Antiquities (Oxford: Alden Press, 1961).

*ASHER, FREDERICK K. "Looting in India," paper presented at American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) meeting, Philadelphia, December, 1971.

ASSOCIATED PRESS. "Angkor Wat Reported Damaged by Cambodian Shells," NYT, 12 May 1970.

-. Museums 'Tricked' by Fake 'Ancient Tomb Painting'", Bridgeport Post, 1 August 1972.

ASSOCIATION FOR FIELD ARCHAEOLOGY. "The Million Dollar Pot," AFFA Newsletter, editorial, Fall, 1972, p. 1.

BARDES, HERBERT C. "Research Hurt by Krater Acquisition," NYT, 4 March 1973.

BASS, GEORCE F. "Troy and Ur: Gold Links Between Two Ancient Capitals," Expedition, Summer, 1966, pp. 26-39.

-. "A Hoard of Trojan and Sumerian Jewelry," American Journal of Archeology, 1970, pp. 335-41.

*BAZIN, GERMAIN. The Museum Age (New York: Universe Books, 1967).

BEHRMAN, DANIEL. "Saving the Past from the Present," Realites, June, 1972, pp. 42-47.

*BEHRMAN, S. N. Duveen (New York: Random House, 1952).

-. People in a Diary (Boston: Little, Brown, 1972).

BENDER, MARILYN. "The Boom in Art for Corporate Use," NYT, 28 January 1973.

BIRNERT, PHILIPPE. "Les Russes Jouaient trop les <<Goldfinger>> Sur les Bords du Nil," L'Aurore, 25 July 1972.

BLUMEL, CARL. "Zur Echtheitsfrage des Antiken Bronzepferdes im Metropolitan Museum in New York," Archaologischer Anzeiger, 1969, pp. 208-16.

BLUMENTHAL, RALPH. "Water, Salt Threaten 4,000 Year Old City." International Herald Tribune, 1 January 1971.

VON BOTHMER, DIETRICH. "Observations of a Curator of Greek and Roman Art," speech at the Florence Conference on Illicit Trade, November 1971.

-. Greek Vase Painting: An Introduction," Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall, 1972, pp. 1-68.

VON BOTHMER, DIETRICH, and JOSEPH V. NOBLE:. "An Inquiry into the Forgery of the Etruscan Terracotta Warriors in the Metropolitan Museum of Art," Metropolitan Museum of Art Papers, No. 11, 1961.

BREW, JOHN O. "The Menace of the Bulldozers," The UNESCO Courier, January, 1965, pp. 33-36.

THE BRITISH MUSEUM. An Historical Guide to the Sculptures of the Parthenon (revised), (England: The British Museum, 1965).

*BRONSON, BENNET. "The Campaign Against the Antiquities Trade," Field Museum of Natural History Bulletin, September, 1972, pp. 2-5.

THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM. The Pomerance Collection of Ancient Art (Brooklyn, 1966).

BROUGH, JAMES. Auction! (New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1963).

BROWN, LEWIS S. "Two Small Bronze Horses," Curator, No. 4, 1969, pp. 263-92.

*BRUHNS, KAREN O. "The Methods of the Guaqueria: Illicit Tomb Looting in Colombia," Archaeology, April, 1972, pp. 140-43.

BUCHWALD, ART. "Paolo, the Grave Robber," New York Post, 6 March 1973.

BULL, RICHARD C. "The Metamorphosis of One Collector," Expedition, Spring, 1965, pp. 38-47.

Burlington Magazine. "Sales from the Metropolitan," December, 1972, p. 817.

BURNHAM, SOPHY. "The Manhattan Arrangement of Art and Money," New York, 8 December 1969, pp. 3545.

-. "The Art Squad," Saturday Review of the Arts, 2 December 1972, pp. 33-36.

-. The Art Crowd (New York: McKay, 1973).

CABANNE, PIERRE. The Great Collectors (New York: Farrar, Strauss, 1963.

*CANADAY, JOHN. "Very Quiet and Very Dangerous," NYT, 27 February, 1972.

*-. "Mr. Hoving's Evasions, Contradictions, and Camouflage," NYT, 12 March 1972.

*-. "A Few Last Words, Very Calm, about Selling the Public's Pictures," NYT, 19 March 1972.

-. "Metropolitan to Auction 12 Paintings," NYT, 29 September 1972.

-. "Metropolitan Sells Two Modern Masterpieces in an Unusual Move," NYT, 30 September 1972.

-. "Metropolitan Museum Sells Two More Masters," NYT, 3 October 1972.

-. "Mr. Hoving's Lemonade Stand," NYT, 15 October 1972.

-. "An Unhappy Anniversary," NYT, 18 February 1973.

-. "Ethics and Antiquities," NYT, 27 February 1973.

CAPLIN, LEE EVAN. "Art, Taxes and the Law," Art Journal, Fall, 1972, pp. 12-20.

CARDENAS, HECTOR. "Paradise Lost; Recovering Mexico's Heritage," Museum News, March, 1972, pp. 32-33.

CARDENAS, ROY B. "Hallazgo de gran trascendencia en la zona arqueo1ogica Kohunlich," Diario Novedades de Yucatan, 17 May 1969.

CARETTONI, TULLIA ROMAGNOLI. "Ancora del Patrimonio Culturale," speech at Rome, 18 June 1971.

*CARLEY, WILLIAM M. "Archeological Objects Smuggled at Brisk Rate as their Prices Soar," Wall Street Journal, 2 June 1970.

-. Some of the Looters of Archeological Sites Now Turn to Murder," Wall Street Journal, 30 November 1971.

CARMODY, DEIRDRE. "Dealers Busy as Japanese Take Interest in U.S. Art," NYT, 17 March 1973.

CARTER, PHILIP D. "Ruthless Pillage of Priceless Artifacts," Washington Post, 6 December 1971.

*CHIERICI, MAURIZIO. Three-part series on contraband art in Italy, Oggi, 18 January, 25 January, I February 1968.

CHRISTIE, TREVOR L. Antiquities in Peril (New York: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1967).

CHRISTOPHE, LOUIS A. "The Survival of Philae," The UNESCO Courier, December, 1968, pp. 48-55.

CODET, HENRI. Essai sur le Collectionisme (Paris, 1921).

COE, MICHAEL D. The Maya Scribe and His World (New York: Grolier Club, 1973).

*COGGINS, CLEMENCY. "Illicit Traffic of Pre-Columbian Antiquities," Art Journal, Fall, 1969, pp. 94-98.

*-. "The Maya Scandal: How Thieves Strip Sites of Past Cultures," Smithsonian, October, 1970, pp. 8-16.

-. "An Art Historian Speaks Out", Auction, January, 1971, p. 33.

-. Untitled paper, Society of American Archeologists meeting, Norman, Oklahoma, May, 1971.

-. Untitled paper, American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, Philadelphia, December, 1971.

-. Archeology and the Art Market," Science, 21 January 1972, pp. 263-66.

*COLLECE ART ASSOCIATION. "Illegal International Traffic in Works of Art," transcript of symposium at 59th Annual Meeting of College Art Association, Chicago, 29 January 1971.

CONNOR, JACK. "Perry Townsend Rathbone and His Curator of Decorative Art Stand Accused by the Italian Authorities of Smuggling," Boston Metro, June, 1971, pp. 52-55.

CONROY, SARAH BOOTH. "Council to Mull Art Ethics," Washington Post, 12 January 1971.

COONEY, JOHN D. "Assorted Errors in Art Collecting," Expedition, Fall, 1963, pp. 20-27.

COUNCIL OF EUROPE. "European Convention on the Protection of the Archeological Heritage," Strasbourg: Council of Europe, May, 1968.

CULTURAL AND SOCIAL CENTRE FOR THE ASIAN AND PACIFIC REGIONS. Preservation of Cultural Heritage (Seoul, 1971).

CUNNINGHAM, CHARLES. "Metropolitan Museum's 'Deaccessing' and Exchanges," NYT (letter to editor), 31 January 1973.

DAIFUKU, HIROSHI. "SOS Angkor," The UNESCO Courier, December, 1971, pp. 4-5.

DANA, JOHN COTTON. "The Gloom of the Museum," New Museum Series No. 2, 1917.

DARNTON, JOHN. "Iroquois Meet About Unearthing of Bones by Eighteen Students Upstate," NYT, 6 August 1972.

DAVIS, DOUGLAS. "Hoving: Last of a Breed," Newsweek, 12 March 1973.

*DAVIS, HESTER A. "Is there a future for the past?" Archaeology, October, 1971, pp. 300-6.

*-. "The Crisis in American Archeology," Science, 21 January 1972, pp. 267-72.

DE BROGLIE, AXELLE, and LEVONTAL, PHILIPPE. "Alerte aux Vols," Connaissance des Arts, February, 1972, pp. 60-71.

*DONTAS, GEORGES. "The Parthenon in Peril", The UNESCO Courier, June, 1968, pp. 16-19, 34.

DRYSDALE, SUSAN. "On the Cost of Old Vases," Christian Science Monitor, 2 December 1972.

DUMBARTON OAKS, WASHINGTON. Handbook of the Robert Woods Bliss Collection of Pre-Columbia Art, (New York: Spiral Press, 1963). -. Handbook of the Byzantine Collection (New York: Spiral Press, 1967).

-. Supplement to the Handbook of the Robert Woods Bliss Collection of Pre-Columbian Art (New York: Spiral Press, 1969).

ECKMAN, FERN MARJA. "More Met Mysteries: Lydian Loot?" New York Post, 26 February 1973.

-. "Turkey: Met's Trove Stolen," New York Post, 10 May 1973.

-. "Stolen Statue of Shiva Bought by Simon," New York Post, 11 May 1973.

Economist. "The Antiquities Business," 28 March 1970, pp. 58-59.

-. The Sack of Italy," 11 September 1971, p. 54.

EDER, RICHARD. "Poverty a Fact of Life in Europe's Museums," NYT, 30 May 1972.

*ESTEROW, MILTON. "Air Pollution Is Eroding World's Stone Art," NYT, 13 April 1964.

-. The Art Stealers (New York: Macmillan, 1966).

*EVANS, CLIFFORD, "Archeology and Diplomacy in Latin America," Foreign Service Journal, June, 1968, pp. 35-37, 50.

L'Express (Paris). "Pillage: Comment Les Tresors Disparaissent," 1723 January 1972, pp. 58-59.

FARBER, M. A. "UNESCO to Set Up New Heritage Aid," NYT, 2 December 1972.

-. Albany Bill Aims at Art Smuggling," NYT, 6 April 1973.

FARRELL, WILLIAM E. "State Bill Would Return Historic Wampum to Iroquois," NYT, 11 March 1971.

FERRETTI, FRED. "Just Who Owns the Durer Portraits?" Art News, December, 1972, pp. 16-18.

Financial Times. "High Prices for Tribal Art," 3 September 1969.

FINCH, CHRISTOPHER. "The Archeophiles: Leon and Harriet Pomerance," Auction, January, 1971, pp. 35-38.

FLEMING, ROBERT. "The Incredible Temple Thieves," San Francisco Chronicle, 3 April 1969.

FORD, RICHARD L. "Pots, Politics, and Professionals," paper presented at AAAS Meeting, Philadelphia, December, 1971.

FORGEY, BENJAMIN. "Lord Byron Cried 'Rape . . .", Museum News, June, 1970, pp. 21-25.

-. "U.S. Joins the Battle Against Those Who Steal the Past," Art News, December, 1972, pp. 20-21.

'FREDERIC, LOUIS. "The City of Ten Thousand Masterpieces," The UNESCO Courier, December, 1968, pp. 20-33.

FRIENDLY, ALFRED. "Boston's Golden Hoard Stirs a Tempest," International Herald Tribune, 10 February 1970.

-. " Mystery Collection at Boston Museum Disturbs Turkey," Washington Post, 10 March 1970.

*FRIENDLY, ALFRED, JR. "Turks Warn of Ban to Archaeologists if U.S. Won't Aid Smuggling Fight," NYT, 3 November 1970.

-. "Archaeologists, in Belgrade, Ask Nations to Curb Antiquities Thefts," NYT, 18 September 1971.

*GAGE, NICHOLAS. "How the Metropolitan Acquired 'The Finest Greek Vase There Is,"' NYT, 19 February 1973.

*-. "Italy Is Investigating Source of Met Vase," NYT, 19 February 1973.

*-. "Never Saw Vase Intact, Beirut Dealer Says," NYT, 22 February 1973.

-. "Sporadic Art Dealer: Dikran A. Sarrafian," NYT, 23 February 1973.

*-. "Farmhand Tells of Finding Met's Vase in Italian Tomb," NYT, 25 February 1973.

-. "Italians Seek FBI Aid on a Greek Cup," NYT, 2 March 1973.

-. "Met Withholds Photo of Vase," NYT, 11 March 1973.

GASKILL, GORDON. "They Smuggle History," The Illustrated London News, 14 June 1969, pp. 26-29.

GAY, CARLO T. E. Xochipala: The Beginnings of Olmec Art (Princeton University Art Museum, 1972).

*GENT, GEORGE. "Manuscript Could Change Views on Mayan's Religion," NYT, 21 April 1971.

-. "Art Historians at CUNY Score Sale of Metropolitan Paintings," NYT, 18 October 1972.

GHEERBRANT, M. "The Art Traffickers," Continent 2000, November, 1971, pp. 56-57.

GIMPEL, JEAN. The Cult of Art (New York: Stein and Day, 1969).

GIMPEL, RENE. Diary of an Art Dealer (New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1966).

GLUECK, GRACE. "Top Art Auctions Boom, Though Economy Sags", NYT, 16 April 1971.

-. "Smuggled Raphael Is Sent Back to Italy from Boston," NYT, 11 September 1971.

-. "Boston Museum Aide Quits in Dispute," NYT, 21 December 1971.

-. "Museums Try a New Tack to Shelter Art Treasures from Air Borne Pollution, NYT, 3 April 1972

-. "Lehman Pavillion Will Cost $8-Million," NYT, 11 May 1972.

-. "Metropolitan to Seek More City Funds." NYT, 10 June 1972.

GOLLIN, JUNE. "The Metropolitan Museum-It's Worse Than You Think," New York, 15 January 1973, pp. 54-60

GORDON, JOHN B. "The UNESCO Convention on the Illicit Movement of Art," Harvard International Law Journal, Fall, 1971, pp. 537-56.

GOUDSMIT, S. A. "Not for the Art Trade," Expedition, Summer, 1972, pp. 13-16.

GRAHAM, IAN. "Across the Peten to the Ruins of Machaquila," Expedition, Winter, 1963, pp. 2-10.

-. "Tesoros Arqueologicas del Peten al Etranjero," El Imparcial, 17 July 1965.

*-. Archeological Explorations in El Peten, Guatemala (New Orleans: Tulane University, Middle American Research Institute, Publication 33, 1967).

*-. "Maya Language Project, Phase I," submitted to Advisory Committee of the Maya Language Project, Stella and Charles Guttman Foundation and Center for Inter-American Relations, 22 September 1969.

-. "The Lawless Jungle," Manchester Guardian, 3 October 1972.

*GRANT, JUDITH. A Pillage of Art (London: Robert Hale, 1966).

GRATZ, ROBERTA B. "Indian Art: Big Money," New York Post, 29 November 1971.

-. "Met Oils Star at a 5M Art Auction," New York Post, 26 October 1972.

GRAY, JAMES A. "Working to Preserve Mankind's Heritage," NYT, 13 June 1965.

GREENER, LESLIE. The Discovery of Egypt (London: Cassell, 1966).

GROSLIER, BERNARD P. "Borobudur," The UNESCO Courier, June, 1968, pp. 23-27.

*HALE, ANDREW. "The Help-Yourself Treasure Chests," The Sunday Times (London), 17 December 1972.

*HALE, ANDREW, and COLIN SIMPSON. "The Stolen Masterpieces," The Sunday Times (London), 12 September 1971.

HALL, ARDELIA R. "The Recovery of Cultural Objects Dispersed During World War II," Department of State Bulletin, 27 August 1951, pp. 337-40,1344-45.

*HAMBLIN, DORA JANE. Pots and Robbers (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1970).

*-. "The Billion-Dollar Illegal Art Traffic-How It Works and How to Stop It," Smithsonian, March, 1972, pp. 16-27. HAMMOND, NORMAN. "Tests show forged Turkish prehistoric pottery in many world museums," The Times (London), 30 July 1971.

-. "Chinese faked art exposed," The Times (London), 28 July 1972.

*HAQUE, ENAMUL. "The Museums, Monuments, and the Archeological Sites in Bangla Desh: the Situation after the War of Independence, 1971," ICOM (Paris), June, 1972.


HAZZARD, SHIRLEY, AND FRANCIS STEEGMULLER. "Suicide Italian Style," NYT, 8 January 1972.

*HEATH, DWIGHT B. "Gold, Graves, and Greed: Professional Grave-Robbing in Costa Rica," paper, 1971.

*-. "Economic Aspects of Commercial Archeology in Costa Rica," paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting, Philadelphia, December, 1971.

*-. "In Quest of 'El Dorado': Some Sociological Aspects of Huaquerismo (Pot-hunting) in Costa Rica," paper, 1971.

HESS, JOHN L. "Dealers Irked at Museum over Coin Sale in Zurich," NYT, 24 October 1972.

-. "Metropolitan Finds 'Odalisque' Not by Ingres," NYT, 17 January 1973.

-. "Lefkowitz Opens Inquiry into Art Sales by the Met," NYT, 26 January 1973.

*-. "A Second Work by Master of Vase Comes to Light," NYT, 24 February 1973.

-. "Not Easy to Piece Together," NYT, 25 February 1973.

*-. "Euphronios Cup Is Reportedly Offered for Sale to the Metropolitan," NYT, 25 February 1973.

-. "Every Day a New 'Kefluffle,"' NYT, 25 February 1973.

HODGINS, ERIC and PARKER LESLEY. "The Great International Art Market," Fortune, December, 1955, pp. 118-132, 150-169; and January, 1956,pp.122-125,130-136.

HOFFMANN, HERBERT. Collecting Greek Antiquities (New York: Clarkson Potter, 1971).

*HOFMANN, PAUL. "Italy to Press Charges over a Raphael," NYT, 23 March 1971.

-. "Cables Truss the Tower of Pisa," NYT, 20 November 1972.

*-. "Rome: Treasures Face Many Perils," NYT, 26 December 1972.

-. "Foul-Air Masks Ordered Near Venice," NYT, 7 January 1973.

-. "Rome Tells Four to Retain Counsel in Vase Inquiry," NYT, 24 February 1973.

-. "In Italy, New Hope Stirs the Tomb Robbers," NYT, 5 March 1973.

VON HOLST, NIELS. Creators, Collectors, and Connoisseurs (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1967).

*HOPKIRK, PETER. "Turks Angered by Backdoor Sale of Antiquities," The Times (London), 6 December 1967.

-. "Treasure Hunters Take Antiquities," The Times (London), 27 October 1969.

-. "Pirates of the 'Lost Cities,"' The Times (London), 14 February 1970.

-. "Museum Acts on Smuggling," The Times (London), 20 April 1970.

-. "Dealer Says Boston Raphael Is Fake," The Times (London), 25 April 1970.

*-. "Turkish Warning on Relics," The Times (London), 14 July 1970.

*-. "Turks Claim Croesus Gold Is in U.S. Museum," The Times (London), 27 August 1970.

-. "U.S. Museum Attacked over Raphael," The Times (London), 6 March 1971.

-. "Fools Gold in Velvet-lined Showcases," The Times (London), 31 July .1971.

-. "Mycenaean Treasures Plundered from Tombs are Smuggled Out of Cyprus," The Times (London), 16 August 1971.

-. "Break-up of Pitt-Rivers Collection Sends African Art Treasures to Sales Room," The Times (London), 15 December 1972.

*HOVING, THOMAS. "Very Inaccurate and Very Dangerous," NYT, 5 March 1972.

HOWARD, PHILIP. "Amateurs Pillage Ancient Wrecks," The Times (London), 2 August 1971.

HOWE, MARVINE. "In a Columbian Village the People Talk of the Treasure," NYT, 13 May 1973.

HOWE, THOMAS C., JR. Salt Mines and Castles: The Discovery and Restitution of Looted European Art (New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1946).

HOYT, MONTY. "Boston Museum Denies Gold-Smuggling Story," Christian Science Monitor, 7 February 1970.

*HUGHES, ROBERT. "Who Needs Masterpieces at Those Prices?" Time, 19 July 1971, pp. 52-53.

*-. "Can Italy Be Saved from Itself?" Time, 5 June 1972.

-. "Breach of Trust," Time, 16 October 1972, pp. 67-68.

HUXTABLE, ADA LOUISE. "The Decline (and Fall?) of Italy's Cultural Environment," NYT, 12 May 1972.

INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE ANTROPOLOGIA E HISTORIA. "Kohunlich,', INAH Boletin, September, 1969, pp. 1-6.

INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF MUSEUMS (ICOM). "Meeting of Experts to Study the Ethical Rules Governing Museum Acquisitions," Paris: ICOM, January, 1970.

-. Papers prepared for above Meeting of Experts, ICOM, Paris, 8-10 April 1970; Lorenzo, J. L., "Les Acquisitions Directes de Musies;" Riviere, G. H., "Museum Acquisitions;" de Salas, Xavier, "Indirect Museum Acquisitions. Through Middlemen;" ICOM Secretariat, "Museum Acquisitions: Present State of the Problem."

-. "Meeting of Experts to Study the Ethical Rules Governing Museum Acquisitions: Draft Conclusions," ICOM, Paris, April, 1970.

-. "Ethics of Acquisition," ICOM, Paris, 1971.

-. "Ethics of Museum Acquisition: ICOM Reports and Publications," UNESCO-ICOM Documentation Centre, September, 1972 (bibliography).

-. "Report on ICOM Activities for the Suppression of Illicit Traffic in Cultural Property," paper submitted to UNESCO for the Meeting of International Inter-Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations, Brussels, 13-15 September 1972.

INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR MONUMENTS. Venice in Peril (New York: International Fund for Monuments, 1970).

ITALIAN ART AND LANDSCAPE FOUNDATION. Art and Landscape of Italy: Too Late to Be Saved? (Florence: Centro Di, Publishers, 1972).

JENSEN, JENS. "Collector's Mania," Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavia, Vol. 39, 1963, pp. 4-32.

JOHNSON, JERALD JAY. "Archeological Sites as Non-Renewable Resources," paper, Society for American Archaeology, annual meeting, May, 1972.

JOHNSON, STOWERS. Collector's Luck (New York: Walker & Co., 1969).

EL KAH, JELBL. "Carthage Must Not Be Destroyed," The UNESCO Courier, December, 1970, pp. 4-8.

KASHMERI, ZUHAIR A. "The Rape of Culture," The Sunday Standard (New Delhi), 11 July 1971.

KEEN, GERALDINE. "Impressionist Pictures and the Stock Market," The Times Saturday Review (London), 25 November 1967.

*-. The Sale of Works of Art (London: Thomas Nelson, 1971).

KEEN, GERALDINE, PETER NICHOLS, and MICHAEL KNIPE. "Italians Have Second Thoughts on the Boston Raphael," The Times (London), 6 March 1971.

KEYS, DAVID. "Saving a Lost City," Illustrated London News, September, 1972.

KILBRACKEN, LORD. Van Meegeren: Master Forger (New York: Scribner's, 1967).

KING, THOMAS F. "A Conflict of Values in American Archeology," American Antiquity, July, 1971, pp. 25@2.

KJELLBERG, PIERRE. "Cequi menace les eglises," Connaissance des Arts, July, 1971, pp. 68-79.

KNOX, SANKA. "Apse Takes New 'Tonic' at Cloisters," NYT, 10 July 1970.

-. "Art Conference Finds Ally in Lab," NYT, 14 July 1970.

-. "Museum Returns Mayan Monument," NYT, 6 June 1972.

-. "Metropolitan Museum to Auction Coins in Zurich," NYT, 23 September 1972.

-. "Eleven Paintings from Metropolitan Highlight Auction," NYT, 26 October 1972.

KOHLER, ELLEN L. "Ultimatum to Terracotta Forgers," Expedition, Winter, 1967, pp. 16-21.

KURZ, OTTO. Fakes (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1948).

LANGLOIS, WALTER G. Andri Malraux: The Indochina Adventure (New York: Praeger, 1966).

LEBLANC, RICHARD. "Thief-Proofing Our Art Museums," The UNESCO Courier, November, 1965, pp. 4-7, 10.

LEICHTY, ERLE. "A Remarkable Forger," Expedition, Spring, 1970, pp. 17-21.

*LERICI, CARLO MAURILLO. "How to Steal Antiquities," in C. W. Ceram, ed., Hands on the Past (New York: Knopf, 1966), pp. 18-26.

*-. The Future of Italy's Archeological Wealth (Rome, 1969).

*LEWIN, SE:YMOUR Z. "The Preservation of Natural Stone, 1839-1965: An Annotated Bibliography," Art and Archeology Technical Abstracts, Vol. 6, 1966, pp. 135-277.

*-. "Preserving Decayed Stone Sculpture," National Sculpture Review, Winter, 1971-72, pp. 22-27.

*"LORD ELGIN." "The Traffic in National Treasure," Auction, January, 1971, pp. 26-32.

LUCIE-SMITH, EDWAFTD. "Bidding Big at Christie's and Sotheby's," World, 16 January 1973, pp. 16-19.

World, 16 January 1973, pp. 16-19.

*LUJAN MUNOZ, JORGE. "Dos Estelas Mayas Sustraidas de Guatemala: Su Presencia en Nueva York," Revista Universidad de San Carlos, No. LXVII, 1965, pp. 125-38.

LJANN MUNOZ, LUIS. "Nomina Provisional de sitios arqueologicos de la Rep6blica de Guatemala," Antropologia e Historia, June, 1968, pp. 3-12.

McALLISTER, JOHN. "Art Worth $1 Million Stolen, Guard Shot at City Museum," Telegram (Worcester, Mass.), 18 May 1972.

McFADDEN, ELIZABETH. The Glitter and the Gold (New York: Dial Press, 1971).

McFADDEN, ROBERT D. "Met's Sale of Art Condemned by Dealers," NYT, 2 October 1972.

-. "Most-Wanted Art Posted by Interpol," NYT, 18 November 1972.

*McGIMSEY, CHARLES R., Ill. Public Archeology (New York: Seminar Press, 1972).

MACINNES, COLIN. "Art for Plunder's Sake," Times (London), 3 February 1973.

MCPHEE:, JOHN. "A Roomful of Hovings," The New Yorker, 20 May 1967, pp. 49-137.

MAILFERT, ANDRI. Au Pays des Antiquaires (Paris: Flammarion, 1968).

MARCO, JOHN ALLEGRO. The Shapira Affair (London: W. H. Allen, 1965).

MARTIN, KARL HEINZ. "How Abu Simbel Will Be Saved," The UNESCO Courier, December, 1964, pp. 11-14.

*MELLAART, JAMES. "The Royal Treasure of Dorak," Illustrated London News, 28 November 1959, pp. 754-60.

-. " Turkish finds," letter by Mellaart to The Times, re Boston Museum of Fine Arts acquisition of "Turkish gold," The Times (London), 7 February 1970.

*MELLOW, JAMES R. "A New (6th Century B.C.) Greek Vase for New York," NYT Magazine, 12 November 1972, pp. 42, 43, 114-16.

MELTON, JIM. "Guatemala Sues for Statue's Return," Houston Post, 14 November 1968.

-. "Art Smuggling Probe Ends," Houston Post, 15 November 1968.

-. "Art Dealers Accused of Profit Pillage," Houston Post, 17 November 1968.

*-. "Buying, Selling Stolen Art Apparently Not Much of a Crime," Houston Post, 17 November 1968.

-. "Guatemala May Reclaim Art," Houston Post, 21 January 1969.

-. "Guatemalans May Regain Stone Relic." Houston Post, 28 January 1969.

-. "Guatemala Presses Return of Statue," Houston Post, 26 June 1969.

-. "Return Ordered of Guatemalan Artifact Kept Here," Houston Post, 31 December 1970.

*MELVILLE, RICHARD A. "Angkor: A Progress Report," Asia, Summer, 1971, pp. 20-52.

*METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART. "Art Forgery," Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, February, 1968, pp. 241-76.

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