A fashion show inspired by legendary Greek soprano Maria Callas, held in the Parthenon Sculptures gallery at the British Museum, fuels further controversy.
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With changing attitudes towards the restitution of cultural heritage, it is only a matter of time before the Parthenon Marbles are returned to Greece.
A scientific study on the mysterious “orange-brown crust” that covers sections of the Parthenon Marbles fails to provide any definitive conclusions.
Insiders comment on how the British prime minister's snub of his Greek counterpart may affect negotiations on the 2,500-year-old Parthenon sculptures.
Despite repeated calls for the reunification of the Parthenon sculptures in Athens, Denmark’s National Museum announces that it will retain three fragments in its collection.
The Acropolis Museum has enjoyed a busy two years of public events and exhibitions, and made progress in the campaign for the return of the Parthenon Marbles.
According to a new book by international lawyer Catherine Titi, there is no legal argument to support the British Museum’s refusal to return the marbles to Greece.
The return of the Parthenon sculptures would help the UK foster a closer friendship with Greece and begin to “mend the rift with Europe,” says Bloomberg.
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