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London museum to return 72 Benin treasures to Nigeria
by Josh Halliday
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10 August 2022
On 10 August 2022 The Guardian reported:
A London museum is to return 72 treasured artifacts, including its collection of Benin bronzes, to Nigeria in what experts described as an 'immensely significant' moment. It makes the Horniman, which won museum of the year in July, the first government-funded institution to hand back treasures looted by British forces from Benin City in 1897.
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Oxford and Cambridge Universities announced last week that they would return more than 200 between them.
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