As the goddess of poetry, wisdom, crafts and so on, Minerva would seem to be a good fit for an international review of ancient art & archaeology. On this site, visitors can read articles from recent issues, learn about receiving print copies of the publication, and book reviews. Visitors can read recent pieces that talk about patrimony issues involving cultural relics and the discovery of an ochre processing plant in South Africa.Moving on, visitors can also look over the "News & Events" section of the site and click on the "Archive" area to read selected pieces from past issues dating back to 2007. Near the bottom of the homepage, visitors can also look through some "Special focus" features, including one rather noteworthy feature that deals with the looting of the National Museum of Iraq.


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