Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Hobby Lobby Case Shocking

Chip Reid, '"It was a civil case, which is quite shocking": Archaeologist weighs in on Hobby Lobby case' CBS News July 6, 2017.
Archaeologist Amr Al-Azm, a professor at Shawnee State University, says Hobby Lobby got away with a slap on the wrist. "It was a civil case, which is quite shocking considering the amount of material that was basically looted," Al-Azm said. "The fact that it was very clear they knew what they were doing."
Why, anyway, did the Green Collection want to buy:

Isn't that just rather greedy? What 'research' value do they have if they were just piled on the floor or loose in boxes (so therefore not kept in any kind of relationship to where they were found)? What display value do so many repetitive items have?

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