Emperor Menelik’s sword returned to Ethiopia from the United States

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Emperor Menelik’s sword returned to Ethiopia from the United States.

The wooden cross that had been looted with the sword at that time was also recovered.

In addition, letters, photographs, postcards, and text and photographs sent by Haile Selassie I have been returned to Ethiopia.

The Ethiopian National Heritage Board has handed over the relics to the Archeology and Conservation Authority.

The Authority’s Director General, Prof. Ababaw Ayalew, said he has taken on the responsibility of preserving the returned heritage.

According to ENA, the monuments also demonstrate Ethiopia’s historicity and power.

He also said that they are responding to those who are trying to tarnish Ethiopia’s image in various ways.

In addition to preserving and preserving the heritage, the promotion will continue, he said.

Members and guests, including Daniel Joten, the son of the president of the Ancient Ethiopian Heroes Patriotic Association, attended the handover ceremony.