There Was A 100 Year-Long Dispute Between Peru And Yale Over Artifacts Collected From Machu Picchu
During the scientific excavation of the site from 1912 to 1915, Hiram Bingham's team collected thousands of artifacts from the ruins and sent them to Yale University. Ceramics, jewelry, silver pieces, and human bones were among the artifacts discovered. For years, the Peruvian government argued that the artifacts should be returned, until Yale finally returned them in 2012.
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