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Royal crown from the burial ground of Silla. Pre-KoREAN matriarchal society, 3rd to 5th centuries AD.

Royal crown from the burial ground of Silla: an ancient, pre-Korean matriarchal society, to centuries AD (photo by Sarah Milledge Nelson)

Georgian National Museum Earrings   Gold, garnet, 6.6x2 cm Armaziskhevi Museum	Museum of Georgia Collection	Archaeology Period	2nd-3rd centuries A.D.

Georgian National Museum Earrings Gold, garnet, cm Armaziskhevi Museum Museum of Georgia Collection Archaeology Period centuries A.

Thracian princess meda’s gold myrtle wreath | from the tomb of philip II | 310 BC

venaecavae: “ Meda’s wreath from the tomb of Philip II Gold, some 80 leaves and 112 flowers surviving, c. 310 BC, diameter 26 cm “This gold myrtle wreath is amongst the most precious objects found in.

The finest (Korean) Silla gold were golden crowns, discovered in the Royal tombs near the ancient capital of Kyongju. Discovered at Hwang-nam, this one of 10 pure gold crowns survive from from ancient times. The crown is shaped like a tree branch or antler, a Korean reference to nature, trees as intermediaries between earth & heaven, with roots spread into the earth & branches stretched skyward. The antler represents reindeer, also known as “the gentleman of the forest”, a symbol of…

Royal golden crown from the Korean Silla Dynasty, discovered in the Royal tombs near the ancient capital of Kyongju.

Silla gold crown - Crowns of Silla - Korea

(another view of) Gold Crown, Silla, excavated from Noseo-dong, Gyeongju, National Museum of Korea.

Shilla Period crown.

Gold Crown from the North Mound of Hwangnamdaechong Tomb Hwangnamdaechong Tomb in Gyeongju is a double tomb, with the two individual burial areas attached along a north-south axis.

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