A protest at the British Museum in London marked the 13th birthday of the Acropolis Museum, as the arguments for the return of the Parthenon marbles intensify.
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British Museum Chairman, George Osborne, proposes an arrangement that could allow the Parthenon Sculptures to be shared between London and Athens.
In recent months, there has been a surge in the number articles in the UK media calling for the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece.
Permanent repatriation of the Parthenon Marbles not on the table, the museum told newspaper Kathimerini.
The dispute over the ownership of the Parthenon marbles in London intensified further after comments by the British Museum's deputy director aimed to minimize the damage done by Lord Elgin to the Parthenon.
The British Museum is unlikely to budge in its stance towards keeping the Parthenon Marbles in London.
The “Fagan fragment,” returned to Greece in January to be exhibited at Athens’ Acropolis Museum, will now remain permanently in Athens.
According to an announcement from UNESCO, the two countries have agreed to discuss the return of the marbles.
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