Source: Smithsonian

After More Than 90 Years, Looted Mummy Parts Repatriated to Egypt

(Egypt; United States of America)

Jason Daley (2018). After More Than 90 Years, Looted Mummy Parts Repatriated to Egypt. Smithsonian. 9 January.

The Top Ten Most Important Ancient Documents Lost to History

(General)

Duncan Barile (2018). The Top Ten Most Important Ancient Documents Lost to History. Smithsonian. 1 January.

What Shrinking Fossil-Rich National Monuments Means for Science

(United States of America)

Maya Wei-Haas (2017). What Shrinking Fossil-Rich National Monuments Means for Science. Smithsonian. 18 December.

Most Antiquities Sold Online are Fake or Illegal

(General)

Jason Daley (2017). Most Antiquities Sold Online are Fake or Illegal. Smithsonian. 3 November.

The Salvation of Mosul

(Iraq)

Joshua Hammer (2017). The Salvation of Mosul. Smithsonian. 1 October.

How Forest Forensics Could Prevent the Theft of Ancient Trees

(United States of America)

Lyndsie Bourgon (2017). How Forest Forensics Could Prevent the Theft of Ancient Trees. Smithsonian. 6 September.

European Summit to Discuss the Return of Looted West African Art

(Nigeria; United Kingdom)

Ben Panko (2017). European Summit to Discuss the Return of Looted West African Art. Smithsonian. 31 August.

Professor Helps Bust Italian Art Theft Ring

(Italy)

Brigit Katz (2017). Professor Helps Bust Italian Art Theft Ring. Smithsonian. 6 June.

Why It's So Hard to Find the Original Owners of Nazi-Looted Art

(General)

Jackie Mansky (2017). Why It's So Hard to Find the Original Owners of Nazi-Looted Art. Smithsonian. 31 May.

Scientists Shoot Stones to Study War's Impact on Heritage Sites

(General)

Brigit Katz (2017). Scientists Shoot Stones to Study War's Impact on Heritage Sites. Smithsonian. 28 February.

Why We Need to Fight to Save Mosul's Cultural Heritage

(Iraq)

Katharyn Hanson (2017). Why We Need to Fight to Save Mosul's Cultural Heritage. Smithsonian. 9 February.

The Couple Who Saved China's Ancient Architectural Treasures Before They Were Lost Foreve

(China)

Tony Perrottet (2017). The Couple Who Saved China's Ancient Architectural Treasures Before They Were Lost Foreve. Smithsonian. 1 January.

Reclaiming Nazi-Looted Art Is About to Get Easier

(United States of America)

Erin Blakemore (2016). Reclaiming Nazi-Looted Art Is About to Get Easier. Smithsonian. 12 December.

Gate Stolen From Dachau Concentration Camp Recovered in Norway

(Germany)

Jason Daley (2016). Gate Stolen From Dachau Concentration Camp Recovered in Norway. Smithsonian. 6 December.

Italian Preservationists Save 900 Artworks From the Ruins of Earthquake-Struck Amatrice

(Italy)

Danny Lewis (2016). Italian Preservationists Save 900 Artworks From the Ruins of Earthquake-Struck Amatrice. Smithsonian. 25 October.

The Government Just Won a Long Legal Battle Over Rare Coins

(United States of America)

Erin Blakemore (2016). The Government Just Won a Long Legal Battle Over Rare Coins. Smithsonian. 3 August.

The First Armed Art Heist in History Is Being Made Into a Movie

(United States of America)

Danny Lewis (2016). The First Armed Art Heist in History Is Being Made Into a Movie. Smithsonian. 3 August.

The Man Who Sold the Eiffel Tower. Twice.

(France)

Jeff Maysh (2016). The Man Who Sold the Eiffel Tower. Twice.. Smithsonian. 9 March.

The Heroic Effort to Digitally Reconstruct Lost Monuments

(General)

Katie Nodjimbadem (2016). The Heroic Effort to Digitally Reconstruct Lost Monuments. Smithsonian. 1 March.

Crash Courses Prepare Art Conservators for Catastrophic Disasters

(General)

James Harkin (2016). Crash Courses Prepare Art Conservators for Catastrophic Disasters. Smithsonian. 1 March.

What's Behind China's Professional Tomb Raiding Trend?

(China)

Helen Thompson (2015). What's Behind China's Professional Tomb Raiding Trend?. Smithsonian. 11 August.

These Academics Are Outracing (and Outwitting) ISIS

(Syria; Iraq)

Danny Lewis (2015). These Academics Are Outracing (and Outwitting) ISIS. Smithsonian. 7 August.

Did an Auction of Hitler's Art Go Too Far?

(Germany)

Erin Blakemore (2015). Did an Auction of Hitler's Art Go Too Far?. Smithsonian. 25 June.

Why We Have a Civic Responsibility to Protect Cultural Treasures During Wartime

(General)

Richard Kurin (2015). Why We Have a Civic Responsibility to Protect Cultural Treasures During Wartime. Smithsonian. 10 April.

This Ancient Egyptian Masterpiece Might Be Fake

(Egypt)

Erin Blakemore (2015). This Ancient Egyptian Masterpiece Might Be Fake. Smithsonian. 1 April.

Meet Grandison Harris, the Grave Robber Enslaved (and then Employed) by the Georgia Medical College

(United States of America)

Bess Lovejoy (2014). Meet Grandison Harris, the Grave Robber Enslaved (and then Employed) by the Georgia Medical College. Smithsonian. 6 May.