As the bombs rain down and the war in Yemen enters its fifth year, antiquities are looted and Yemen’s extraordinary cultural heritage of mosques, archaeological sites and ancient castles are razed and pillaged.
According to a report in The Guardian, at least 712 Mosques and more than 200 archeological sites have been affected.
Where these treasures aren’t looted for profit, they are targeted on purpose, to erase history and culture.> Read More
Central America’s premier pre-Columbian petroglyph site is up for sale for a cool US$5 million, and this is not a good thing. But it might not be a bad thing, either, depending on who you talk to. Igualtepeque, an island on the edge of a major El Salvadoran lake, has religiously significant rock carvings that […]> Read More