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Licated interactions among individuals Westerners Ottoman decision makers and officials and local laborers and their competing stakes in antiuities from such legendary sites as Ephesus Pergamon and Babylon Recovering perspectives that have been lost in histories of archaeology particularly those of the excavation laborers whose voices have never been heard About Antiuities provides important historical context for current controversies surrounding nation building and the ownership of the pa

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About Antiquities Politics of Archaeology in the Ottoman EmpireAntiuities have been pawns in empire building and global rivalries; power struggles; assertions of national and cultural identities; and cross cultural exchanges cooperation abuses and misunderstandings all with the underlying element of financial gain Indeed who owns antiuity? is a contentious uestion in many of today's international conflicts About Antiuities offers an interdisciplinary study of the relationship between archaeology and empire building around the turn of the twentieth cent

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