The Pennsylvanian was one of America’s greatest heroes. Why hasn’t he gotten his due?
Archaeologists hope to reunite the 18-ton torso of the Assyrian deity with its head, severed by smugglers decades ago
Eventually, an artist will be chosen to transform the bronze bars into a public art installation
The piece is a plaster version of one of the figures from the French sculptor's "Les Bourgeois de Calais"
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry wrote and illustrated much of the beloved novella while living in the city in the 1940s
Gallery officials say they are stumped as to why the 250-pound artwork was targeted
Found at West Point, the 200-year-old box concealed six silver coins and a medal
The Rolling Stones bandmates both grew up in Dartford, Kent, where they met as teenagers
Philadelphia has selected five semi-finalist proposals for a new statue at City Hall
The rare artifacts will remain on display at the National Gallery of Australia for up to three years as the Cambodian government prepares a place for them
The statues seek to raise awareness of wildlife conservation efforts in Africa
After years of delays, New York City officially approved a statue commemorating the borough native and political trailblazer
The trove of 2,300-year-old bronzes was discovered last year in a thermal spring in Tuscany
Citing modesty concerns, an ad firm rejected a poster depicting the Renaissance sculpture
Georgina Schuyler campaigned for Emma Lazarus' "The New Colossus" to be inscribed on a plaque in the monument's pedestal
The new find sheds light on the rich trade relationship between Rome and India
The collection of 12 items included a headless bronze statue dating to 225 C.E.
After removing a statue of an enslaver in 2020, the city aims to tell a new story
The 25-foot-tall memorial celebrates Newark’s connection to the Underground Railroad
Researchers suspect the Roman-era limestone figure may depict the emperor Claudius
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