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for Peru Image Collection

The Cultural Property Advisory Committee and the United States Information Agency are offering broad public access to illustrations of archaeological artifacts from Peru to enhance enforcement of the 1970 UNESCO Convention by illustrating artifact types subject to looting. Materials in this collection 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:

Office of the Director
National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History
Plaza Bolivar
Lima 21, Peru

Office of Institutional Relations
Banco de Crédito
Calle Centenario 156
La Molina, Lima, Peru

 



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Revised: March 15, 1999
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Peru Image Collection

1997 Agreement 

1997 Federal Register Notice (html) (text)

1990 Federal Register Notice

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