At 13 feet tall and 13,000 pounds, the statue of the Roman goddess Juno is the largest classical statue in the United States according to Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts (MFA).

Working with the MFA, Baker Testing Services performed Gamma Radiography and Ground Penetrating Radar inspection on the joints of the statue and its base to identify pins or other elements used in previous restoration projects.

For more details on the history and conservation of this statue, read the MFA Press Release of 2012 titled Juno’s Journey.

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