Talk:Crowns of Silla

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I am having difficulties accessing the information about there being 10 "pure gold crowns" in the world, I can't seem to access any information that supports this. The link to this quote doesn't show that information at all. I would like to know if anyone else can offer some insight into this supposed information, otherwise I believe it needs to be deletedICIWORLD (talk) 06:20, 27 October 2010 (UTC)ICIWORLD

Similarity with the 1st century Afghan golden crown?[edit]

I hope someone put some info on the connection between the Crown of Silla and the 1st century Afghan golden crown. Komitsuki (talk) 14:43, 25 June 2013 (UTC)

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Crown of Silla

The crowns of Silla are a series of gold crowns made in the Korean kingdom of Silla between the 5th and 7th centuries CE. These crowns were excavated in Gyeongju, the former capital of Silla. All are designated national treasures of South Korea.

Shown here is the gold crown from Seobongchong Tumulus (Treasure No. 339), an ornamented crown with five branches standing on the broad crown frame. It is held by the Gyeongju National Museum.

Photograph: National Museum of Korea
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Possible sources[edit]

[1] and [2]. Gråbergs Gråa Sång (talk) 15:49, 16 July 2017 (UTC)