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Basically, Coolidge's critics might not be in on the true joke here. Despite the incredible labor that goes into their relocation, a number of colossal artifacts have made very long trips after being purchased—or, occasionally, stolen. Here are a few journeys of such enormous objects, from a whole 19th-century bridge to the ancient god of a lost city. In October , a nearly ton, year-old sphinx arrived with great fanfare in Philadelphia.
From Memphis, Egypt, it had traveled up the Suez Canal, then boarded a German freighter, packed alongside goat skins that were destined for a local leather tannery. Once docked in the United States, a crane hoisted the red granite statue onto a train car. Finally, with the help of an iron-wheeled truck, 10 horses, and 50 workers, it was installed outside the Penn Museum.
It was moved inside the galleries in , and it's guarded the collections ever since although it's currently off-view for conservation work. For a nearly foot-tall, 13,pound Roman goddess, Juno has gotten around. With a head sculpted in the 1st or 2nd century CE and a body made a century or two later, the statue's first recorded whereabouts are in the gardens of Rome's Villa Ludovisi. She was sold to Americans Charles and Mary Sprague in , then transported in to their home in Brookline, Massachusetts.
There the marble woman, decked out in flowing robes and with a diadem on her giant head, presided over the driveway of their Brandegee Estate. It reportedly took 12 oxen to haul her into place. Getting the statue inside the museum required lifting it by crane and lowering it 80 feet through a skylight.
Unfortunately, all those years of exposure in the outdoors had deteriorated her porous marble, with cracks and vandalism further marring the stone, so extensive conservation was carried out right in the gallery including a nose and lip replacement. Block by block, this 19th-century bridge was relocated to a brand new 20th-century American development.
The arch bridge—a project of Scottish civil engineer John Rennie completed by his sons, John Rennie the Younger and George—had spanned the River Thames, but was unable to support modern traffic and needed to be replaced. McCulloch had its carefully numbered granite blocks reconstructed over a reinforced concrete structure in Lake Havasu City , a planned community he established in the Arizona desert. He thought the historic structure would drive tourism and encourage home buyers to invest.
His plan seems to have worked: Today the town is thriving, and the bridge still draws plenty of tourists. In , an imperial coffin dating to the Tang Dynasty was repatriated to China from the United States. It had gone missing in , stolen right from the tomb of empress Wu Huifei—a staggering feat, since it weighs 27 tons and stretches 13 feet long by 6. The incident is a reminder of the ongoing looting of Chinese antiquities from archaeological sites, which experts say is growing increasingly bold.
For years, Hapy, the god of fertility, was submerged off the Egyptian coast. Then, in the early s , a team of divers discovered a fragment of the colossal 4th-century BCE red granite statue.
Weighing 6 tons and standing over 17 feet tall, Hapy is now one of more than objects touring in " Sunken Cities: The major Egyptian port was founded around the 7th century BCE , and likely abandoned due to rising sea levels and earthquakes.
After the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, , remnants of the monumental barrier scattered throughout the world. Concrete pieces of the structure stand at almost sites , ranging from a men's bathroom in a Las Vegas casino to the Vatican Gardens in Vatican City.