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Sacred heritage artefacts being returned to their ancestral homes
Gangalidda Garawa ceremony dancers

Secret sacred and ceremonial objects are being returned by Manchester Museum to their original Aboriginal communities of origin in Australia.

The museum, part of The University of Manchester, has been responsible for some of the material since the 1920s, and has been active in repatriating ancestral remains to their original communities since 2003. However, this marks the museum’s first return of secret sacred and ceremonial material to Australia.

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