Partly to help me (publicly) archive material from before my @conflictantiq Twitter feed on looting and destruction of cultural and community property, partly to help me clarify (for myself) what I want to document on it, I’ve copied-and-pasted(-and-hyperlinked) the (immediately or otherwise) relevant material from my @samarkeolog Twitter feed (on professional, Balkan and Mediterranean matters).
It was a huge time sink; but I am utterly dedicated to uneconomic(al) activity.
@samarkeolog tweets on cultural and community property in conflict are here.
Cyprus: cultural and community property in conflict – conservation
Cyprus: cultural and community property in conflict – excavation
‘Cultural Heritage Work in Cyprus: DPhil thesis – electronic publication’ (27th August 2011)
Cyprus: cultural and community property in conflict – graffiti, etc.
‘sex trafficking and sex slavery at cultural heritage sites in Cyprus: Karavostasi/Gemikonağı’ (11th March 2012)
‘protective Turkish Cypriot Hand of Fatima on Greek Cypriot cemetery; graffiti update’ (21st June 2011)
‘Translation? Arabic graffiti in Palea Enklistra, Cyprus’ (24th May 2011)
‘Information? Political graffiti on Christian buildings, Cyprus’ (24th May 2011)
‘Davlos/Kaplıca, Cyprus: my baby love graffiti’/’homophobes crossed-out gay graffiti in Davlos/Kaplıca?’ (8th July 2010)
Egypt: cultural and community property in conflict – graffiti, etc.
Germany: cultural and community property in conflict – graffiti
‘”#Egypt’s Khaled Said wins human rights award, portrait painted on Berlin Wall wso.li/HVI #KhaledSaid #Tahrir #Jan25″@monaeltahawy‘ (@RanyaKhalifa, 19th September 2011 – tweet’s original link dead/broken)
Greece: cultural and community property in conflict – graffiti, etc.
”They put a chimpanzee mask on the statue of Andreas Papandreou‘, Thessaloniki #SKG #Greece #19fgr’ (23rd February 2012)
- I didn’t include ambiguous tweets, mid-event tweets, etc.
- I removed incomplete sentences added by automatic tweet generators.
- I converted in-tweet links into hyperlinked text.
- I didn’t provide the permalink to my own tweets of links, because it would’ve meant a flood of unnecessary links and “@samarkeolog”s (and swallowed even more time).
- Because my early tweets’ links weren’t clickable, I copied-and-pasted all of the tweets themselves (rather than links for embedding), but it’s far, far too time-consuming to continue to do that.