The Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. announced during a press conference that three ancient sculptures that were stolen during the Lebanese Civil war from the Temple of Eshmoun, are being returned to their rightful owners in Lebanon.

The three statues were valued at more than 5.5 million dollars, including a marble statue from the 6th century B.C valued at approximately 4.5 Million dollars, a marble bull’s head dating back to 360 B.C and valued at approximately 1.2 Million dollars and a carved stone torso.

This is great news and hopefully we will get back all stolen artifacts during the civil war.