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Stolen Gods Stolen Gods Reporting the theft and destruction of sacred art from around the world. Toggle navigation Home About Background People FAQ Articles News Articles Academic Articles All Articles Regions Africa Americas East and South Asia Europe Oceania West and Central Asia Subjects Destruction Market Return Preservation Theft Threats Blog Resources Contact Africa Americas Europe Oceania South and East Asia West and Central Asia Stolen, sold, and destroyed Sacred art is alive: it is a major component of the identities of living people and communities. Theft of sacred art is theft from everyone. Destruction of sacred items is profoundly destabilizing. The theft, trafficking, and destruction of sacred art is a special subset of the larger study of the movement of illicit art and antiquities. It has its own unique causes and, perhaps, its own unique solutions. The purpose of this site is to try to understand this phenomenon better by collecting information. Find here articles and papers about the theft and destruction of the art and architecture of the world’s religious traditions and documentation of efforts to protect these sites and items. Africa Americas Europe Oceania South and East Asia West and Central Asia Recent Articles Utah Monument Fight Pits Native Americans Against Land-Use Militants (Americas; United States of America) Mark, Jason (2016) Utah Monument Fight Pits Native Americans Against Land-Use Militants. The American Prospect. 2 August. ????? ?? ???????? ?? 4 ????????? ???? (South and East Asia; India) (4 ashtadhatu idols stolen from temple) Inextlive (2016) ????? ?? ???????? ?? 4 ????????? ????. Inextlive. 3 August. Cops nab man for stealing copper idol from Hindu temple in Penang (South and East Asia; Malaysia) Cops nab man for Malay Mail (2016) stealing copper idol from Hindu temple in Penang. Malay Mail. 2 August. Este fue el hombre que robó en el museo religioso de San Pedro de los Milagro (Americas; Colombia) (This is the man who robbed the religious museum of San Pedro de Milagro) Plata, Ana María (2016) Este fue el hombre que robó en el museo religioso de San Pedro de los Milagro. Minuto 30. 2 August. Himachal HC stays takeover of historic Kullu temple (South and East Asia; India) IANS (2016) Himachal HC stays takeover of historic Kullu temple. The Hindu. 2 August. Deities, not CM, to decide Raghunath temple’s fate, says Maheshwar Singh (South and East Asia; India) The Tribune (2016) Deities, not CM, to decide Raghunath temple's fate, says Maheshwar Singh. The Tribune. 1 August. Police Name Five More Suspects in North Sumatra Buddhist Temple Attacks (South and East Asia; Indonesia) Jakarta Globe (2016) Police Name Five More Suspects in North Sumatra Buddhist Temple Attacks. Jakarta Globe. 1 August. Police Name Twelve Suspects in North Sumatra Temple Attacks (South and East Asia; Indonesia) Jakarta Globe (2016) Police Name Twelve Suspects in North Sumatra Temple Attacks. Jakarta Globe. 1 August. Salafists blow up 16-century mosque in Yemen (West and Central Asia; Yemen) AFP (2016) Salafists blow up 16-century mosque in Yemen. Al Arabiya. 31 July. En Izúcar, intentan linchar a ladrón de arte sacro; cómplice huye (Americas; Mexico) (In Izúcar, attempted lynching of sacred art thief, accomplice flees) ángulo7 (2016) En Izúcar, intentan linchar a ladrón de arte sacro; cómplice huye. ángulo7. 29 July. More... Recent Posts Sacred Heritage in Slovakia Regenerated? (30th July 2015) (Europe; Slovakia) by Barbora Brederova 300 photos of Kathmandu and Bhaktapur pre-earthquake (Dec 2014) (6th May 2015) (South and East Asia; Nepal) Like most people, I was devastated to hear about the earthquake in Nepal, a site of particular focus for Stolen Gods. I learned about the quake while on fieldwork in Mexico and, like most, felt helpless in the face of tragedy. I know that my friends in Nepal are safe. Not everyone can say that. Sacred Art has taken centre stage in the aftermath of the earthquake, at times and unfortunately pushing human tragedy from worldwide focus. We need to think about people first, and then objects. Yet what I know is objects and I would like to offer what I have. On the value of sacred arts in Slovakia (8th April 2015) (Europe; Slovakia) by Barbora Brederova Stolen Gods is looking for a student volunteer contributor (9th January 2015) (Other) Wanted: a bright student with an interest in the theft, trafficking, and protection of cultural objects, particularly sacred art, to help me fill this website with useful information. Temple theft in Nepal: scratching the surface of a complex problem (15th December 2014) (South and East Asia; Nepal) As I am in Nepal at the moment, literally tripping over sacred sites (which can't be great for my 'culturally sensitive' image), a quick post on temple looting here. Consider this the surface being scratched. The problem is complex. I'll be looking more into it in the future. The Virgin of Copacabana has been robbed (29th November 2014) (Americas; Bolivia) On Monday 22 of April 2014 the gold and silver accessories of the Virgin of Copacabana were robbed. Copyright ? 2015–2016 Donna Yates. Image credits.

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