Author: Janell Wiseley
Have you ever been to the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology? Have you ever wondered about the Sphinx – a 15-ton single piece of red granite, the largest such stone sculpture in the Western Hemisphere and the sixth largest in the world? How did it get there, and why is it at Penn?
Wonder no more. Check out the Penn Current for the full story of how the Sphinx arrived in Philadelphia in 1913.