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a Renaissance masterpiece receives a second life after World War II
fresco, mosaic, and marble threatened by a rising sea and the salt it leaves behind
Provenance considerations have become increasingly important in the antiquities context.
This stunning building was replaced with a hated underground station—now New York protects its landmarks.
Can the physical remains of Jewish life in the Middle East be saved before they disappear entirely?
Digitization allows for preservation and worldwide access to manuscripts—but the clock is ticking.
From ancient Roman authors to modern treaties, over time we have learned to protect our cultural heritage.