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The Elginism website is 5 years old

The Elginism website was set up in 2005 by the International Association's current treasurer, Matthew Taylor, with the aim of ccollating as many current articles relating to the Parthenon Sculptures & the campaign for their reunification in one single location.

This week, the website celebrates its fifth birthday. It now holds over 1500 articles about the issue, along with other related restitution cases.

You can read more about this story here.

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Parthenon frieze fragment returns to Palermo

The fragment from the Parthenon Frieze which was lent to Greece by the Palermo Museum has now been returned, despite initial hopes that the loan would be extended to become semi-permanent.

CULTURE: PARTHENON FRIEZE FRAGMENT RETURNS TO PALERMO

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Actor Pierce Brosnan supports Parthenon Marbles return

Pierce Brosnan has expressed support for the return of the Parthenon Marbles in an interview.

Interviewer: I have a question about the Parthenon Marbles which are now in the British Museum

Pierce: The Elgin Marbles?

Interviewer: The Parthenon, as we say…

Pierce: The Parthenon. They Should come back. They should come back. Sure. You should have them. They’re yours.

Read more about it here.

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New York lecture on the New Acropolis Museum

Dimitrios Pantermalis, the New Acropolis Museum's director, has given a lecture about the New Acropolis Museum in New York, to tie in with an exhibition there about the building.

Lecture on New Acropolis Museum in NY

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Marbles Reunited chair asks questions about Parthenon Marbles in parliament

Andrew George MP, chair of the Marbles Reunited campaign, has asked written Parliamentary Questions of DCMS about the Parthneon Marbles.

House of Commons Hansard Written Answers for 30 Nov 2009  (pt 0003)

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Elgin Marbles

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