Obstacles I had when I was making a project for ANCIENT GREECE!!!!!! Were sometimes serious and sometimes not but in the end I think my project was pretty well done. A obstacle that was continually a problem was that since my sisters are home-schooled they always needed the computer and I couldn't get it because when I get home they are already on them so it was very hard for me to research and print things of when I didn't have the computer. I persevered this obstacle by begging my mom to bring me to school earl in the mornings to work on the computers at home. The most important learning thing I learned was probably for me how they lived and the life style growing up from a baby to adulthood. I think this is because the timeline was an extra thing that was bigger, but I think it was also important for me to learn because it was something that engaged the students when they were listening. I went above and beyond the criteria by making my extra timeline, also by making a poster instead of a powerpoint.
I honestly believe there are reasons for both ways. There are reasons for the rightful owners and there are reasons for the artifacts to go to the museum. I will give arguments for both sides because I can't decide. The fact about it going to the rightful owner is it's the "rightful owner" why wouldn't it go to them right. I am going to use an example for both my arguments... The Iceman! Now the iceman was an amazing find and everyone deserves to know about it but the daughter deserves to grieve for him properly and I don't know this but lets just say she has a religion that believes that the iceman should have a proper burial. I'm not saying the daughter specifically did but for some people their religion may reinforce rules that don't happen because the museum takes it. Another reason it's her father and if he wasn't the iceman and he just died a couple of days ago the people wouldn't care. Now for the museum the girl may not be able to freeze him, in other words the museum would be able to preserve it far better. The museum would also let everyone else see it and if they wanted to they could pay the iceman's daughter for it but and the daughter may be happy but with the girl just the girl would be happy