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Who owns a country's heritage?


Who owns a country's antiquities? James Cuno, director of the Art Institute in Chicago, says that museums displaying antiquities are a force for good and we get too "hung up" on whether something should stay in the country it came from. He argues his viewpoint with Professor Lord Renfrew, formerly of Cambridge University.

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