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Cambridge University to Return Bronze Cockerel Statue Stolen from Nigeria in 1897

The artifact was donated to the university by the British government after looting it from the Bini Kingdom in Nigeria.

Cambridge University to Return Bronze Cockerel Statue Stolen from Nigeria in 1897

The Bronze Cockerel Statue

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