Thailand held a welcoming ceremony Monday to mark the return of two ancient handcarved artifacts that were stolen decades ago and smuggled out of the country to the United States.
The two 680-kilogram Khmer-style stone carvings had been on display at the Asian Arts Museum in San Francisco, which was required to forfeit them when a settlement was reached in February between the U.S. government and San Francisco authorities.
Thailand had informed the United States in 2017 that the lintels, which date back to the 10th and 11th centuries, had been stolen.
“Today is the day that they are finally returned to their details ⇒
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