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  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Understanding Licenses
- Licenses for images, videos and other content let you know if you can use them and if there are restrictions on how you can use them. Copyright law applies to ...
from http://doi.org/10.5334/jcms...
Petri, G., (2014) The Public Domain vs. the Museum: The Limits of Copyright and Reproductions of Two-dimensional Works of Art.
- Petri, G., (2014). The Public Domain vs. the Museum: The Limits of Copyright and Reproductions of Two-dimensional Works of Art. Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies. 12(1), p.Art ...

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Copyright Notice: digital images, photographs and the internet
- This document is free for re-use under the terms of the Open Government Licence.

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