Greek Culture Minister Lina Mendoni responded with a statement that the British PM "has not been informed about the new historical data of the Ottoman era"
"There are indeed many objects of historical value that must be returned to their original owners. However, none of them is as important as the Marbles of the Parthenon"
The New Acropolis Museum wants to display antiquities removed on the orders of Lord Elgin
“From a lawyer’s point of view, this is fraud” 1996 Pulitzer Prize nominee David Rudenstine stated
If the report proves to be accurate, this will be a major diplomatic victory for Greece
According to the British Museum, Elgin removed the Parthenon Marbles with permission from the Sultan, however, this document is nowhere to be found...
The author is a Swiss lawyer
The Committee for the Reunification of the Marbles said statements were undemocratic
The floor on that spot was covered in absorbing cloth and yellow signs warned about the slippery floor
The excavation was carried out by the Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities and archaeologist Dimitris Kourkoumelis