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They were in the United States: Colombia recovered 274 archaeological fragments and brought them to them in the presidential plane

They were in the United States: Colombia recovered 274 archaeological fragments and brought them to them in the presidential plane
They Were In The United States: Gustavo Petro Recovered 274 Archaeological Fragments And Brought Them To The Presidential Plane.They were in the United States: Gustavo Petro recovered 274 archaeological fragments and brought them to the presidential plane.

foreign MinistryConsulate in Colombia WashingtonColombian Institute of Anthropology and History (ICANH) And US officials coordinated the transfer of the data to the president’s aircraft with the necessary permits and protocols. New York On the occasion of the participation of the Colombian President gustavo petro to Urrego United Nations General Assembly,

The returned fragments come from three cases that were resolved between 2018 and 2022 in a collaboration developed within the framework of the “Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Colombia and the Government of the United States of America on the Prohibition of Banning of Content Categories”. Import archeology and ethnography of the Republic of Colombia”, renewed in March 2021, and to the goodwill of a US citizen.

Most Of The Recovery Of 274 Properties Was Due To The Voluntary Return Of A Us Citizen Who Had Contacted The Colombian Embassy In Washington In October 2019.

Most of the recovery of 274 properties was due to the voluntary return of a US citizen who had contacted the Colombian Embassy in Washington in October 2019.

The two recoveries were made possible through collaboration between the Colombian Embassy in the United States and the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s art crime team (FBI,

In October 2018, 40 consignments were recovered, 11 of which were delivered to ICANH in Colombia and the rest at the Colombian Embassy in Washington awaiting their return to Colombia. The second recovery, which took place in March 2022, was of 12 pieces belonging to the Quimbaya, Terona and Sino cultures.

recovery of most 274 goods Thanks for the voluntary return of a US citizen who contacted the Colombian Embassy in Washington in October 2019.

The collection of 233 pieces belonged to this citizen, which she had inherited from her husband, who was living in Cali in the 1970s, obtained various specimens of the archaeological wealth of Colombia.

As in all cases of the return and recovery of such fragments, their archaeological authenticity was confirmed. ICANH Expertise,

The Collection Of 233 Pieces Belonged To This Citizen, Which She Had Inherited From Her Husband, Who Was Living In Cali In The 1970S, Obtained Various Specimens Of The Archaeological Wealth Of Colombia.

The collection of 233 pieces belonged to this citizen, which she had inherited from her husband, who was living in Cali in the 1970s, obtained various specimens of the archaeological wealth of Colombia.

Another significant return of 691 archaeological fragments from Spain occurred in August 2015. The items were confiscated, and kept in custody, by Spanish authorities in an operation against drug trafficking and money laundering cartels. Museum of America in Madrid, They were later returned to the Colombian state by the Spanish authorities.

“The return of 274 properties is only the beginning of a process aimed at reclaiming the past of our native peoples, and connecting citizens with the country’s heritage assets and diplomatic work that resolves cases of illegal drug trafficking.” Wants cultural properties”, he indicated from the Ministry of External Affairs.

These archaeological properties are in today’s San Carlos PalaceHeadquarters of the Ministry of External Affairs. An ICANH team was in charge of opening the 58 boxes, examining the position of the pieces, and uncovering the messages these objects convey from the past.

Repatriated items include cups, utensils, alcaras, spindle steering wheels, seals, necklaces, molds, ocarinas, utensils, anthropomorphic figures, rollers, pendants, among others, made of ceramics, rocks and shells.

The Archaeological Property Is Today In The Palace Of San Carlos, The Headquarters Of The Ministry Of Foreign Affairs.

The archaeological property is today in the Palace of San Carlos, the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

According to ICANH’s reading, the fragments belong to the archaeological areas of Tumaco-La Tolita (today south of Nario and north of Ecuador), Quimbaya (central Cacá), Terona (Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta), Calima (Valle del Cacá). Sinu (Caribbean Plain) and Narino (Narino).

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs aims to facilitate the return of 737 pieces of national archaeological heritage to Colombian soil that are in the custody of some Colombian diplomatic missions; This is for research and outreach purposes.

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