|Year||c. 447–438 BCE|
|Dimensions||75 m (247 ft)|
|Location||British Museum, London|
"The reunification of the sculptures would be a huge shot in the arm for a nation that in times of difficulty has always stood by Britain. Rarely do we have such opportunities to right a wrong. In the name of everything it stands for, Great Britain should seize the moment. It would, as Stephen Fry put it, be the classiest of acts"