The MFA’s iconic Pair Statue of Menkaura and Queen, a masterpiece of royal sculpture from the Pyramid Age, has traditionally been regarded as unique among the king’s sculpture. Hear Egyptologist Florence Dunn Friedman, adjunct professor, Brown University, present evidence that there may have been more than one. The lecture includes a viewing of Egyptian sculpture fragments from storage, and is followed by a reception in the Art of the Ancient World office.

This is a private event for  Lotus Society participants.

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Surprises in the Storeroom: More Statues of Menkaura and Queen?

Next Session: This event is closed.
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Art of the Ancient World Library, 112
Admission
For members only - no ticket required
Event Type
Special Event
Eligibility
Exclusively for Lotus Society participants