- From Cyprus to Munich
Turkish looters stripped icons and several dozen major frescoes and mosaics from Northern Cyprus.
- Geneva Seizure
Swiss police seized a large number of artifacts allegedly smuggled from Italy.
- Holy Door of the Monastery of St. Athanasios
Originally built in the 11th century A.D., and stolen during a Turkish military invasion to Cyprus in 1974. It has been found in the permanent exhibition of the Kanazawa College of Arts in Japan.
- Illicit Antiquities Research Centre (IARC)
Monitoring and reporting on the detrimental effects of the international trade in stolen and illegally exported antiquities.
- Looting Question Bibliography, The
Web and literary resources on the archaeological politics of private collecting, commercial treasure hunting, looting, and "professional" archaeology.
- Museum Security Network: Cultural Property Incidents
Offers news and information on art theft, looting, fires, forgeries, and more. Contributions welcome.
- Phiale of Achyris
Photographs and detailed description of the $1.2 million gold offering bowl from Sicily.
- Price Of Age, The
Andrew Cranwell's investigation into the illicit trade of antiquities.
- Search for the World's Most Wanted Art
Includes information about major art theft cases, links to databases, organizations, museums, and more.
- Site Q Sculptures@
Learn about the Site Q Sculptures, the looted Mayan artifacts believed to have originated from a lost city named Site Q. Websites feature historical information, possible sources, and inventory of the monuments looted from the elusive Maya site which is speculated to be La Corona, an ancient Maya city in Peten, Guatemala.
- Stolen Stones
Archaeology magazine article concerning the modern sack of Nineveh, home of the Sennacherib Palace, located in northern Iraq.
- Your Brush With the Law
Site looks at some of the most famous art crimes of all time, and promotes awareness of the underworld activity in the arena of art. Also features an introduction on forensic art.