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9058Re: [sig] Re: Irena Turnau, rather Bartkiewicz

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  • Susan Koziel
    Jul 23, 2004
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      Umm... pictures taken of artifacts which are then
      published are the property of the photographer or the
      museum that allowed the pictures taken. That's why you
      pay so much for books on artifacts.

      It only becomes public domain if the work (book) that
      published the picture is old enough to be public
      domain.
      The photograph is the part that's protected, not the
      object in the photograh. (it's intellectual property,
      not copywrite).

      -Kataryna
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