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 Disclaimer & Credits

A number of individuals and organizations were helpful in lending their assistance in developing the International Cultural Property Protection World Wide Web presence. Veletta Canouts (National Park Service) was responsible for research and development.  David Yang (ARS Interactive, Ltd.) designed the navigational aids. Additional technical assistance was provided by Hal Warren (Freeman, Greene, and Associates).  

State Parties to the 1970 UNESCO Convention, individuals, and museums generously granted permission to use the images appearing on International Cultural Property Protection WWW pages. Photographic credits appear with each image.

Images in the Image Database are provided by the country of origin. The Cultural Property Advisory Committee and the United States Information Agency are offering broad public access to illustrations of archaeological artifacts to enhance enforcement of the 1970 UNESCO Convention. Materials in the Image Database are protected by U.S. and international copyright law. Information on copyright owners and restrictions for individual images are noted in the Copyright field that accompanies each image. Transmission or reproduction of images in this site beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners.

Copies of the U.S. federal statutes and regulations in the International Cultural Property Protection pages are not official. For official copies of U.S. statutes, see the United States Code. For official copies of the regulations, see the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations 

Links to other Internet sites are for informational purposes only and should not be construed as an endorsement of the views contained therein.  
 
 


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Revised: March 15, 1999
 
  SELECT FROM THE FOLLOWING:  

Protecting Cultural Property Worldwide  

The U.S. Response  

U.S. and International Laws  

 

 
On October 1, 1999, the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs will become part of the
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