King, Dorothy (2006). The Elgin Marbles. London, England: Hutchinson.

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In this book, King describes the history of the Elgin marbles in full detail. King discusses the very beginnings of the Parthenon, including how it came to be, how it was used throughout the years as places, such as a church at one point, the many battles it survived, and the very structure of the Parthenon itself. King then goes into further detail as to how Lord Elgin came about to obtain the marbles and ship them out of Athens to the British Museum.

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