Artefacts looted by British troops from Ethiopia in 1868 have been returned to the Ethiopian embassy in London.
They include an imperial shield, a Bible and crosses, the embassy said.
The Scheherazade Foundation purchased the items through a UK-based auction house and private dealers, before handing them over to the embassy.
The embassy tweeted photos of the artefacts: The embassy will arrange for them to be returned to Ethiopia.
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