The beta-version of the NETCHER WebGIS built by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Claudio Silvestri, Riccardo Giovanelli) and IIT Center of Cultural Heritage Technology Team (Arianna Traviglia) is now ready.
An international day to promote provenance research on collection objects.
Surrounded by ramparts more than 5 km long, the remains of Bibracte are nestled in the heart of the sumptuous Morvan forest (Burgundy, F). It is a city of the 1st century BC which was the ephemeral capital of the powerful Gallic people of the Aedui.
New European Union Council conclusions have been approved (Brussels, 10 June 2020).
This text gathers the main infractions existing in the French legislation. It is a non-exhaustive list.
One of the most exciting chapters of provenance research on Nazi-looted art in Germany has been completed…
It’s worth a visit!
On 3-4 October 2019, NETCHER was delighted to welcome 45 experts from 14 different countries, in Barcelona (Spain), for its First Seminar. As a result, Year 1 state-of-play has been validated.
Public Conference on Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Heritage (Sept. 21st, 4 to 7 pm CET)
NETcher in the Journal of Cultural Heritage Crime