The officers and board of directors of the St. Louis Society are thrilled that significant artifacts stored for decades in St. Louis are now proudly displayed by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.



The pectoral necklace from Haragah put on display by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Reconstruction of the Haragah pectoral necklace prepared by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Alabaster spoon from Haragah in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Three Alabaster vessels from Haragah in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Alabaster vessel from Haragah in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Cowrie shell necklace from Haragah in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Three pieces of jewelry including the three dimensional bee (top) from Haragah in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Professor Neathery Fuller stands behind the display case in room 111 in the Haragah in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Professor Michael Fuller stands behind the display case in room 111 in the Haragah in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.
Posted 23 November 2015