Researchers will spend the next four years gathering and analysing data on the movements and motives of traffickers, the types of activities involved, such as illegal excavation; transit and purchase; and pricing structures. The aim is to develop new approaches to regulate the international trade of cultural goods and help policymakers better define laws to fight criminal activities.
Historic monument should not be used as a billboard for the Games, say civic groups and politicians
Wall that once marked Roman empire’s border in Scotland will give up some of its secrets for Glasgow’s Hunterian museum
Team finds hundreds of unusual buildings likely to have housed natives seen as traitors by tribes in what is now Scotland
Roman Coins and Iron Age Torcs are acquired by the two museums with the help of national grants and charitable donations