Parthenon Marbles

Hellenic Electronic Center (HEC) For the Reunification of the Parthenon Marbles

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A recent opinion was published by Molly Roberts, Editorial Writer, Washington Post. A well written article which deserves attention. The author among other well-made points, writes: “The problem Bruce’s beneficiaries have now run into is that those one-time “barbarians” have transformed into the rightful inheritors of Hellas. Greece is today revered as the cradle of […]

Ancient Greek Elgin Marbles are on display at the British Museum in London, removed from the Parthenon by Elgin early 1800s, which has sparked a long-running dispute between Greece and Britain. Now the Greek efforts are intensified with the upcoming Brexit. The 27 EU countries hardened their positions and among other clauses, the Draft Brexit […]

The head of a chariot horse from the Parthenon now at the British Museum in London. Photograph: Steve Taylor/Alamy. The Parthenon frieze is about 160m-long of marble artwork depicting deities alongside human figures. Mitsotakis calls on Johnson to return the Parthenon marbles to Athens in 2021 which marks the bicentennial celebration of Independence day. [ […]

The Parthenon metope (right) currently displayed at the Louvre will be going to Athens in light of the upcoming bicentennial celebrations of the War of Independence, in 2021. The French President Emmanuel Macron accepted the proposal of the Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to loan Parthenon artifact from the Louvre to Greece. The piece of […]

Some day “Greek treasures”, Parthenon Marbles/Sculptures, Caryatid, Winged Victory of Samothrace, Aphrodite (Venus) de Milo and others, will return where they belong and then Greece will rise again and be completed as a country… Read more and watch short film