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ARTIFACTSAdvanced Robotics in Flexible Automation Components, Tools, and Strategies
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Taking notice of the issue of stolen and seized artifacts of Pakistan in foreign countries, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi instructed the ministry and its missions in respective countries to engage with the host governments for their repatriation to Pakistan, a Foreign Office press release said here Tuesday.
After vigorous efforts, now France government has sent back 443 precious artifacts to Pakistan.
The statement issued on Friday by Balochistan Secretary Culture and Tourism Zafar Ali Buledi said due to continued efforts of the present government and coordination, the Sindh government had now returned all the artifacts to Balochistan.
The department working under National History and Literary Heritage Division (NH&LH) was given task to digitalize 5000 selected artifacts in the initial phase which will be fully accomplished before the end of this year.
"There is evidence that people in Mesoamerica collected artifacts from past peoples," said Rachel Horowitz, visiting assistant professor of archaeology at Tulane University.
"Some artifacts found their way outside Saudi Arabia through foreign travelers who moved them to other countries.
In the meantime, local sources in Houran region in Dara'a disclosed that terrorists along with a number of foreign nationals carried out vast excavation works in the region and unearthed artifacts that date back to the third millennium BC in Tal al-Asha'ari to apparently sell them in neighboring countries.
An efficient method for identifying artifacts is informative features, the frequency, spatial, and temporal domains of EEG signals [6].
Design science research is fundamentally a problem-solving methodology with emphasis on collaboration for developing socio-technical artifacts. The theories support the artifact design and the design process to add knowledge to the knowledge base.
The Justice Department said Hobby Lobby ignored the warnings of an expert in 2010 and paid $1.6 million for 5,500 artifacts of questionable origin--including rare cuneiform tablets (traditional clay slabs with wedge-shaped writing that originated in ancient Mesopotamia, now Iraq).
Rizal has become an archaeological landmark since the discovery there of ancient tools and animal fossils, including bone artifacts, that many believe date back to more than 800,000 years.