Written by Tristan Craig. The excavations of Mycenae from 1876 have been the subject of controversy for over a hundred years. A so-called ‘Mask of Agamemnon’ was discovered, but it’s origins are still questioned, and the methods of excavation remain under scrutiny.
Written by Simone Witney. How do we assign ethical value to the objects we display in museums? Examining our relationship with historical objects and artwork, this article shines a light on the role of the curator, and how curatorial intentions can be misinterpreted.