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Cultural Heritage Laws: A Historical Perspective

Author : Soma Battacharjya 1 2

Date of Publication :31st January 2022

Abstract: History has seen mass scale annihilation during war including the seizing of foe products and wide scale demolition, plundering and loot of the Cultural property of vanquished country. Amusingly on one hand human advancements have noticed the savage annihilation of Cultural legacy by triumphant country on loosing country and then again them were standard preclusion on obliteration of Cultural and antiquated properties dated back to old style Greek and Roman period. This paper seeks to explore the growth of Laws with respect to prevent obliteration of Cultural Heritage

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