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The reshaping of archaeological metal objects: some ethical considerations

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2015

Michael Corfield
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National Museum of Wales, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF1 3NP

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In view of the issues raised by the preceding paper, ANTIQUITY invited the Chairman of the United Kingdom Institute for Conservation to comment.

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