Mailing list reportsMagdeburg betreibt Schatzsuche via Internet by admin • January 7, 2009 • 0 Comments* Magdeburg betreibt Schatzsuche via Internet* FW: Dave Liston Seriouly Ill* Der Versicherungsstreit um Millionenzahlungen für verbrannte Bücher der Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek Weimar ist beigelegt. Versicherung zahlt 5 Millionen Euro für verbrannte Bücher.* Murder, mayhem and museums. While Iraq struggles to return to peaceful normality, the British have been working to restore some of the country’s pride in its past – with a museum.* Colin Renfrew lectures prompt the Met to release collections management policy* More about the struggle between AXA and the Anna Amaliabibliothek (German language report) * Matisse sketch stolen in Berlin* FW: security fog for museum application* Invitation ICMS congres 2009 – Quebec City – Call for papers* Three portraits of Neil Armstrong were reported missing Friday night, after an alleged robbery at the Wapakoneta Post Office.* La police de Québec sollicite l’aide de la population pour retrouver deux tableaux de grande valeur.* The Netherlands 400 museums are mounting a major investigation into all acquisitions made since 1933 to try to establish if any works of art were taken from Jewish families* A petition has been raised for the return to Scotland of a original William Wallace Document* Police are trying to trace the owners of antiques thought to be worth thousands of pounds which were found in a house in Downpatrick.