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“We can’t even estimate it,” says Bilkent University’s Gates. “It is a very big business.” Often, she says, farmers come upon objects, or know about excavations near where they live. “The rewards can be so big and the risk of punishment so small that many people will take the chance.” But when cultural objects end up in wealthy, private hands as objets d’art or collectibles, “they’ve lost their value as a piece of data the minute they’re removed from the site at which they’re found.” Legal purchases by museums can also be harmful, according to Muscarella of the Metropolitan in New York.
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The theme was ‘Townlands’ and the exhibitor was Con Kelleher. A Scoraiocht was held at Bealick Mill each Sunday evening during the summer. National Heritage Week was marked at Bealick Mill as well as guided walks. Throughout the war, many Bosnians wanted to preserve a multiethnic state. But Serb and Croat nationalists sought to carve out Bosnian land to be annexed to the future Greater Serbia and Greater Croatia. More than 200,000 Bosnians out of a population of 4.4 million were killed.
Take the plunge! Cara Delevingne and Selena Gomez flaunt sizzling figures as they leap off yachtThe new BFFs certainly know how to party, and it was just the latest stunt on their fun packed holiday22:08, 23 JUL 2014Get celebs updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailCara and Selena jumping into seaSupermodel Cara Delevingne swaps the catwalk for the splashwalk. As she leaps feet first off a giant yacht.Stunning Cara, 21, and her new best pal Selena Gomez took the plunge as they enjoyed a fun filled day aboard the dazzling vessel, once owned by Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich.The stunning duo were spotted celebrating actress Selena’s 22nd birthday yesterday in St Tropez, on the French Riviera.Cara, 21, looked a touch nervous as she flew through the air in a skimpy bikini.This time, both wearing near matching black bikini tops, with Selena opting for high waisted white bottoms, they donned life jackets and got stuck in with, well, everything.In one shot, the pair are joined by friends as they sail over the sea, seemingly having the time of their lives and yes, Selena is hanging on to her man here too.The pair seemed comfortable together as they laughed at getting sprayed by the water.Water pair of sports. See all the snaps above.Like us on FacebookFollow us on Twitter NewsletterSubscribe to our newsletterEnter emailSubscribeallMost ReadMost RecentJustin BieberJustin Bieber ‘ENGAGED’ to Hailey Baldwin after popping the question in crowded restaurantThe singer was seen popping the question by two witnesses, with everyone in the area told to put their phones awayMatt WillisInside Emma and Matt Willis’ star studded wedding renewal party to celebrate 10 year anniversary with McFly as their bandTogether, the couple threw a star studded bash at Rushton Hall in Northamptonshire.