Archeologist and historians justify the removal of objects from tombs and graves that it is essential for getting the fossils to study. Thereby, learning different characteristic of the species that lived in a particular period. Also, by digging the grave, they can see the manner and the things that the dead are buried which enable them to learn the culture of the people buried in the particular tomb. They further justify this act as a noble act of preserving remains that could have otherwise decayed with time. The clash of cultural values affects our perception of artifacts in the graves of other cultures in that people from different culture bury their loved ones in a variety of ways using different artifacts. People from a different culture may view burying people with their resources as misuse of resources that could otherwise be used in developing the society.
Female images from the ancient cultures can be described and explained as follows: women in most ancient cultures were under their husband, and they offered support in everything the husbands did. Some women like the lady Nenofer of the New Kingdom and the Lady Peseshet of Egypt clearly depict women as good in business and all the activity they were involved in.
The conditions that foster the development and preservation of art in a culture include: collecting and publishing the cultural heritage so that the coming generations may learn more about their culture from this published articles. Also, preservation of historical monuments is seriously considered. Another condition is teaching the juniors about their culture this is done by the elders. For instance, in China the government in collaboration with the citizens they were able to collect and preserve the cultural folk dances and artifacts. The preserved cultural heritage can be used by the current residents to learn about their culture and appreciate how far they have come.
Western Europeans compensated for the loss of Roman civilization and power in the following ways: first, they supported the churches which worked hard to convert the members and provided security to the people who lived in an insecure and troubled world. Also, the clergy was taxed to compensate for the loss of revenue of the Papal state.