After the death of the Queen of Great Britain, the demand for the return of other valuables including Koh Noor
London: Koh Noor is trending on social media after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, who ruled most of the countries of the world for seventy years. Users are demanding that Britain return the Koh Noor diamond to India. The Queen is attached to the Crown of Great Britain.
According to the report, there are many valuable items, including Koh Noor, which Britain seized or looted from the countries under its control during the colonial period.
Tipu Sultan’s Ring
According to media reports, the British took off the ring from the body after their victory in the war against Tipu Sultan in 1799, which was auctioned to an unknown person for 145,000 pounds during an auction.
According to historians, in 1803, Lord Elgin removed the marble from Greece from the decaying walls of Hartenen and transferred it to London, which is still in the British Museum (British Museum), and since 1925, Greece has been demanding the return of its precious items. Which has not been fulfilled till date.
These precious Greek marbles are known as Elgin Marbles because of Lord Elgin.
The great star of Africa
Among other items, the British government also confiscated the world’s largest diamond, the Great Star of Africa, which was exported from Africa in 1905, which is currently attached to the throne of the Queen of Great Britain.
According to media reports, the weight of the diamond is 530 carats, the value of which is estimated at 400 million US dollars.
Historians also say that the ‘Great Star of Africa’ diamond was presented to Edward VII as a gift, but Na also claims to have stolen the diamond.
Egyptian officials and archaeologists want the Rosetta Stone back to Egypt, but their demand for other artifacts and valuables has not been met.
About the 196 BC stone, archaeologists claim that the stone was stolen by the British government in 1800 after winning a war against France.
It should be noted that the Rosetta Stone is currently in the British Museum like the Elgin Marbles.
According to the report, the Rosetta Stone was accidentally found by French soldiers in 1799 at Rosetta on the banks of the Nile River, with the same text inscribed in three languages, Egyptian pictorial script, Egyptian public script and Greek script.