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Figleaf (Saturday, November 27, 2010 17:11)

Not so, Mr. Karpitsky. Two things are responsible for cultural losses. First, fertilization, that eats into metals and makes treasures of the past disappear. There are not enough "official" archeologists in all of Russia to find all treasures before they are destroyed by fertilizer. You need the help of metal detectorists, whether you like it or not. The other thing that destroys cultural treasures is stupid laws. A law that stops the exports of perfectly common czarist coins, locking up tourist for buying common coins is foolish. A law that punishes those who find treasure achieves the opposite of it wants to do. Rather than protect cultural heritage, it destroys it. Please take a business trip to the UK urgently and learn how a good law works. In Britain, thousands of artifacts are found and reported every year and the system has the full support of the detectorist community.

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