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  1. It’s a shame that most of them have been stolen from the museum over the years

  2. Source? Cause many of them has gone into multiple traveling exhibitions in the biggest Western museums in the past decades.

  3. I heard it from Waldemar Januszczak in

  4. Then either they were stolen long ago and then found again or Waldemar Januszczak is just wrong. The British museum for example and the Boston museum of fine arts had temporary exhibitions about the ife heads where almost all of them were on display, and in their websites the objects are cited as original.

  5. Oh wow! I never knew this!! Thank you so much for posting!

  6. https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/jin-silk-hat-with-flowering-trees-and-confronted-deer-in-beaded-floral-fan/DAEP4l0OF18LEQ?hl=en

  7. Thanks for posting all these cool things!

  8. https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2023/jan/31/metal-detectorist-tudor-gold-pendant-henry-viii-katherine-of-aragon-warwickshire

  9. The vessels were found in a tomb. This is a short description from the Metropolitan Museum website about one of the vessels that was loaned from the Xi'an Museum:

  10. The hotel was also built around a 5th century CE Roman baths (visible in the left picture), a 2nd century CE Pegasus mosaic and a 5th century CE Roman mosaic.

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