Greece in talks with Louvre to borrow Parthenon frieze as part of 'temporary exchange'
Move reignites debate over British Museum’s position on sculptures brought to Britain by Lord Elgin
Greek government review legal options and submit Unesco request for settlement in ramping up of Parthenon reacquisition campaign
The Art Newspaper sheds light on the dispute, though the end is not yet in sight
Will the success of the Acropolis Museum change the Elgin Marbles debate?
Unesco intergovernmental committee is now seeking “a mutually satisfactory resolution to the issue”
Official opening of New Acropolis Museum to feature partially recreated Parthenon frieze
The New Acropolis Museum
Greece's share of Parthenon marbles to be transported to New Acropolis Museum using series of cranes
After it was determined that other means of removal might pose risk to the sculptures, being lifted by air appeared the safest option
The British Museum dismisses Parthenon Marbles loan rumours, although they are willing to make alternative concessions to Greece
Athens are still hopeful that the marbles will be returned, to be be housed in the currently unfinished New Acropolis Museum
Warning from Greek Culture Minister: give back the Parthenon Marbles—or your reputation suffers
The Acropolis museum is under construction, and the design for the permanent exhibition is in preparation
Missing Parthenon sculptures “A constant reminder of Britain’s unfulfilled debt to world heritage”?
New Acropolis Museum director Professor Dimitrios Pantermalis is calling on the British Museum to return its sculptures on long-term loan.
Scholarly discussion on the Parthenon frieze, Athenian archaeology, and funerary sculpture
Declassified documents reveal near return of Elgin Marbles
In 1994, the Greek government was willing to accept the restitution of only a small number of the Parthenon pediment sculptures in exchange for an end to the dispute
New site must be identified for Parthenon, as authorities deem its days on the Acropolis numbered
High levels of pollution in the area are diminishing the marble
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Laser scanners becoming central to stone conservation
Merseyside museums lead the way in applying new technology to stone conservation