Many years ago, your armies plundered an ancient stele from a temple at the edges of a battleground far from your empire. Since then, that stele has stood in the heart of a museum in your capital, a symbol of your imperial might, visited by millions over the years. Today, a delegation, backed by international historians, has petitioned for you to return the artifact to its rightful owners, the true descendants of the stele's original makers. They claim a great act of cultural vandalism must be corrected. What is your decision?
The stele should be reunited with its people, for it belongs to their faith.
We should leverage this free publicity, and encourage more tourists to visit our capital.