Abstract: Although reasons for both "treating" or "not treating" looted artifacts may be compelling, most conservators agree that conserving looted objects may help the looting of archaeological sites. From a broad point of view, we could say that conservators are responsible not only for individual objects but for all objects, archaeological sites, histories and civilizations. Professional ethics indicate that conservators should try to help the fight against looting.
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