MILTON FANGLINN: My name is Milton Fanglinn. I don’t teach, no. I work in the antiquities industry as a kind of. . . well let’s say a freelance scholar. I run a small consulting business, first out of New York but now from London, authenticating and researching the provenance of ancient objects in the field. Most of these don’t things have paper- work, or known owners, and are probably never going to be seen by the public. I have worked discreetly for many of the finest museums in the world, none of which would ever want its competitors to know I’d been there. Unfortunately, these last few decades have been great for business. I’ve learned to separate discretion from morality.

APPLE JONES WORTHISON: How did you find yourself in this work? This doesn’t sound like a typical path for an archaeologist…

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