Atonement inscriptions of Lydia period abducted from Turkey were received from Italy

Atonement inscriptions of Lydia period abducted from Turkey were received from Italy

ROME, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 22: A 1800 year old atonement inscriptions from the Lydian period which were abducted from Turkey, is seen in Rome, Italy on September 22, 2020. It is on the way to the land it belongs to after a long legal process following it was found during a police raid in Italy in 1997. A professional team meticulously packed it in protected form at Turkey's Embassy in Rome and prepared to the journey inscription, embassy officials have sealed and was taken to Rome Fiumicino Airport. The inscription was received from Italian authorities by Murat Salim Esenli, Rome Ambassador of Turkey, and he brought it to Rome to transfer it to Turkey. The Carabinieri of Florance, Protection of Cultural Heritage and Anti-Historical Artifact Smuggling Branch handed over the inscription to the ambassador. ( Barış Seçkin - Anadolu Agency )

Atonement inscriptions of Lydia period abducted from Turkey were received from Italy Fotoğraf: Barış Seçkin

ROME, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 22: A 1800 year old atonement inscriptions from the Lydian period which were abducted from Turkey, is seen in Rome, Italy on September 22, 2020. It is on the way to the land it belongs to after a long legal process following it was found during a police raid in Italy in 1997. A professional team meticulously packed it in protected form at Turkey's Embassy in Rome and prepared to the journey inscription, embassy officials have sealed and was taken to Rome Fiumicino Airport. The inscription was received from Italian authorities by Murat Salim Esenli, Rome Ambassador of Turkey, and he brought it to Rome to transfer it to Turkey. The Carabinieri of Florance, Protection of Cultural Heritage and Anti-Historical Artifact Smuggling Branch handed over the inscription to the ambassador. ( Barış Seçkin - Anadolu Agency )

Atonement inscriptions of Lydia period abducted from Turkey were received from Italy Fotoğraf: Barış Seçkin

ROME, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 22: A 1800 year old atonement inscriptions from the Lydian period which were abducted from Turkey, is seen during sealing process after it was packed in Rome, Italy on September 22, 2020. It is on the way to the land it belongs to after a long legal process following it was found during a police raid in Italy in 1997. A professional team meticulously packed it in protected form at Turkey's Embassy in Rome and prepared to the journey inscription, embassy officials have sealed and was taken to Rome Fiumicino Airport. The inscription was received from Italian authorities by Murat Salim Esenli, Rome Ambassador of Turkey, and he brought it to Rome to transfer it to Turkey. The Carabinieri of Florance, Protection of Cultural Heritage and Anti-Historical Artifact Smuggling Branch handed over the inscription to the ambassador. ( Barış Seçkin - Anadolu Agency )

Atonement inscriptions of Lydia period abducted from Turkey were received from Italy Fotoğraf: Barış Seçkin

ROME, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 22: A 1800 year old atonement inscriptions from the Lydian period which were abducted from Turkey, is seen during sealing process after it was packed in Rome, Italy on September 22, 2020. It is on the way to the land it belongs to after a long legal process following it was found during a police raid in Italy in 1997. A professional team meticulously packed it in protected form at Turkey's Embassy in Rome and prepared to the journey inscription, embassy officials have sealed and was taken to Rome Fiumicino Airport. The inscription was received from Italian authorities by Murat Salim Esenli, Rome Ambassador of Turkey, and he brought it to Rome to transfer it to Turkey. The Carabinieri of Florance, Protection of Cultural Heritage and Anti-Historical Artifact Smuggling Branch handed over the inscription to the ambassador. ( Barış Seçkin - Anadolu Agency )

Atonement inscriptions of Lydia period abducted from Turkey were received from Italy Fotoğraf: Barış Seçkin

ROME, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 22: A 1800 year old atonement inscriptions from the Lydian period which were abducted from Turkey, is seen during packing process in Rome, Italy on September 22, 2020. It is on the way to the land it belongs to after a long legal process following it was found during a police raid in Italy in 1997. A professional team meticulously packed it in protected form at Turkey's Embassy in Rome and prepared to the journey inscription, embassy officials have sealed and was taken to Rome Fiumicino Airport. The inscription was received from Italian authorities by Murat Salim Esenli, Rome Ambassador of Turkey, and he brought it to Rome to transfer it to Turkey. The Carabinieri of Florance, Protection of Cultural Heritage and Anti-Historical Artifact Smuggling Branch handed over the inscription to the ambassador. ( Barış Seçkin - Anadolu Agency )

Atonement inscriptions of Lydia period abducted from Turkey were received from Italy Fotoğraf: Barış Seçkin

ROME, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 22: A 1800 year old atonement inscriptions from the Lydian period which were abducted from Turkey, is seen during packing process in Rome, Italy on September 22, 2020. It is on the way to the land it belongs to after a long legal process following it was found during a police raid in Italy in 1997. A professional team meticulously packed it in protected form at Turkey's Embassy in Rome and prepared to the journey inscription, embassy officials have sealed and was taken to Rome Fiumicino Airport. The inscription was received from Italian authorities by Murat Salim Esenli, Rome Ambassador of Turkey, and he brought it to Rome to transfer it to Turkey. The Carabinieri of Florance, Protection of Cultural Heritage and Anti-Historical Artifact Smuggling Branch handed over the inscription to the ambassador. ( Barış Seçkin - Anadolu Agency )

Atonement inscriptions of Lydia period abducted from Turkey were received from Italy Fotoğraf: Barış Seçkin

ROME, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 22: A 1800 year old atonement inscriptions from the Lydian period which were abducted from Turkey, is seen during carrying process after it was packed and sealed in Rome, Italy on September 22, 2020. It is on the way to the land it belongs to after a long legal process following it was found during a police raid in Italy in 1997. A professional team meticulously packed it in protected form at Turkey's Embassy in Rome and prepared to the journey inscription, embassy officials have sealed and was taken to Rome Fiumicino Airport. The inscription was received from Italian authorities by Murat Salim Esenli, Rome Ambassador of Turkey, and he brought it to Rome to transfer it to Turkey. The Carabinieri of Florance, Protection of Cultural Heritage and Anti-Historical Artifact Smuggling Branch handed over the inscription to the ambassador. ( Barış Seçkin - Anadolu Agency )

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