The one-ton stone carving — dedicated to an Olmec creature that’s believed to be guarding a portal to an underworld — was repatriated and made property of the Mexican government last week, with it being flown back across the border on Friday, May 19, from Denver International Airport. Mexican officials have been praising the move, calling it a major accomplishment that truly means the world to Mexico’s people.
“Our cultural heritage allows us to generate a sense of belonging that serves as acts of linkage with our roots,” said…
Bennito L. Kelty
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