Source: The Economist

A symbolic struggle over ancient manuscripts

(Ethiopia)

The Economist (2018). A symbolic struggle over ancient manuscripts. The Economist. 22 March.

A visual history of Benin City returns home

(Nigeria)

The Economist (2017). A visual history of Benin City returns home. The Economist. 30 October.

War in the Arab world has devastated the region's heritage

(General)

The Economist (2017). War in the Arab world has devastated the region's heritage. The Economist. 19 August.

The art born of destruction

(General)

Prospero (2017). The art born of destruction. The Economist. 7 June.

Numismatics—acquiring old coins—outperforms other investments

(United States of America)

The Economist (2017). Numismatics—acquiring old coins—outperforms other investments. The Economist. 18 May.

Obituary: J.S.G.Boggs was found dead on January 23rd

(United States of America)

The Economist (2017). Obituary: J.S.G.Boggs was found dead on January 23rd. The Economist. 4 February.

Bears Ears and Gold Butte are the latest battlegrounds in a long-running debate about federal land in the West

(United States of America)

The Economist (2017). Bears Ears and Gold Butte are the latest battlegrounds in a long-running debate about federal land in the West. The Economist. 14 January.

Britain is in the middle of a treasure-hunting boom

(United Kingdom)

The Economist (2016). Britain is in the middle of a treasure-hunting boom. The Economist. 12 November.

Returning the hatchet: Governments are starting to return treasures to their neighbours

(General)

The Economist (2016). Returning the hatchet: Governments are starting to return treasures to their neighbours. The Economist. 12 March.

Where it is safe to do so, cultural artefacts should be repatriated

(General)

Dara Bramsos (2016). Where it is safe to do so, cultural artefacts should be repatriated. The Economist. 23 February.

To make a case against Islamic State's cultural vandalism, Western armies must set an example

(Iraq; Syria)

Erasmus (2016). To make a case against Islamic State's cultural vandalism, Western armies must set an example. The Economist. 22 January.

Who wants to be a galleonaire?

(Colombia)

The Economist (2015). Who wants to be a galleonaire?. The Economist. 12 December.

Culture and jihad, grimly connected through the art market's "blood antiquities"

(United Kingdom)

The Economist (2015). Culture and jihad, grimly connected through the art market's "blood antiquities". The Economist. 30 November.

The religious and cultural heritage being ruined by Yemen's war

(Yemen)

N.P. (2015). The religious and cultural heritage being ruined by Yemen's war. The Economist. 9 September.

The Bean and the Bubble

(China; United States of America)

The Economist (2015). The Bean and the Bubble. The Economist. 29 August.

Rare books: Foiling the thiefs

(United Kingdom)

The Economist (2015). Rare books: Foiling the thiefs. The Economist. 2 July.

Stolen artefacts: Relics of plunder

(China)

The Economist (2015). Stolen artefacts: Relics of plunder. The Economist. 4 April.