Discuss: The ethical problems and issues faced by archaeology in terms of questions like "who owns the past?"
These ethical concerns fall into three broad areas. First, there is the question of how to treat human remains. Over the past few years, archaeologists have often come into conflict with indigenous peoples over the custody and handling of excavated human remains. In Belgium and France, where the first-world-war battlefields are dangerous places even today, with unexploded shells, making excavation a potentially lethal activity, the situation is particularly complex because the allied armies included soldiers from a variety of faiths and ethnicities, including Africans, Indians, Australians…
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