Ethiopia hailed the return of precious Artefacts looted by British soldiers more than 150 years ago, after a long campaign for their restitution. The collection includes a ceremonial crown, an imperial shield, a set of silver-embossed horn drinking cups, a handwritten prayer book, crosses and a necklace, CGTN Africa wrote on Sunday.
Ethiopia is still fighting for the return of more artefacts. “These restitutions are taking place in a global context where the role of museums in portraying colonial histories and the legitimacy of displaying looted artefacts is being questioned,” Ethiopia’s National Heritage Restitution Committee said in a statement in September.
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