Word comes that the long-lost Amber Room may have been found!
21 February - Today's New York Times carries this short article about the possible discovery of the fabled Amber Room, a set of panels made from amber backed with gold that was given by Prussia to Russia in 1716. A more complete story appears here in The Guardian newspaper online.
Degas scholarship is one clue richer!
A clue sent to the museum about our catalogue entry on Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen by Edgar Degas led us to remove the entry. But it also may be the key to learning more about these famous bronzes. Learn more here
Some of our favorite discovery stories
The Museum of Missing History's mission is to accelerate the pace of discovery and preservation. Below are just a few of the discoveries that have inspired our work:
Gospel According to Judas Iscariot
Missing Piece of George Washington's Tent
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