Re: [Ancientartifacts] De Montebello responds

Philippe de Montebello writes:
> How this advances broad knowledge of the rich
> cultural history of Nigeria is a mystery to me.<
Its called a "book" Mr Montabello, they are full of information. There's a
thing called the "Internet" too. Why can one's knowledge not extend beyond
that which can be put behind glass in a collection?

Dave Welsh comments:
> Citizens and institutions of these nations are not
> legally bound...<
But I think the issue has a moral and ethical dimension too does it not? And
the question of the cultural rights of developing countries (and the
developing notions of cultural rights of developing countries) is one of
these. Why should Kwame Opoku attract such patronising ridicule for
expressing his opinion?

Paul Barford


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