A man and his son go walking, carrying their metal detector. They find a Viking treasure trove worth millions. Whose is it?
Theirs...they found it, with their metal detector, and no one else knew it was there.
The farmer whose field it was in. It was his field, bought and paid for.
The English Government, it was in England.. it is a national treasure
The descendants of the fhe Vikings who buried it.
The descendants of the people who owned it when the Vikings claimed it, or stole it
Everyone... it is history, a bit of the heritage of everyone, collectively.We all own a share of it. It belongs in a museum so we can all visit it, see it, and enjoy it.
No one. It is was made and collected by no one living, it has no owner, and no one has any right to it.