Lord Elgin and Some Stones of No Value (1986)

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By using Lord Elgin's actual letters written when he was Ambassador in Constantinople in 1802 the film analyses how and why he took the majority of the sculptures from the Parthenon Temple in Athens and shipped them back to England.


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