Asia : Three Kigdoms period Shilla, Korean dynasty

Icon design [The cultura history of Korea] on Behance

Icon design [The cultura history of Korea] on Behance

Pair of earrings, Three Kingdoms period, Gaya Federation (42–562), late 4th–early 5th century Korea Gold | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pair of earrings, Three Kingdoms period, Gaya Federation (42–562), late 4th–early 5th century Korea Gold | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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. Pre-KOREAN matriarchal society, 3rd to 5th centuries AD.

Royal crown from the burial ground of Silla: an ancient, pre-Korean matriarchal society, 3rd to 5th centuries AD.  Photo:Sarah Milledge Nelson.

Royal crown from the burial ground of Silla: an ancient, pre-Korean matriarchal society, 3rd to 5th centuries AD. Photo:Sarah Milledge Nelson.

Silla Dynasty Gold Crown National Treasure No. 188 SouthKorea.

Silla Dynasty Gold Crown National Treasure No. 188 SouthKorea.

Gold Crown, Silla, excavated from Noseo-dong, Gyeongju, Korea Height 24 cm, Treasure n° 338, National Museum of Korea.

Gold Crown, Silla, excavated from Noseo-dong, Gyeongju, Korea Height 24 cm, Treasure n° 338, National Museum of Korea.

Gold crown from the tomb in Gyeongju, SouthKorea ca 5th century CE.

Gold crown from the tomb in Gyeongju, SouthKorea ca 5th century CE.

[Antiquity-Three Kingdoms Period(Silla) Korea] Gold crown

[Antiquity-Three Kingdoms Period(Silla) Korea] Gold crown

Queen Seondeok of Silla reigned as Queen of Silla, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, from 632 to 647. She was Silla's twenty-seventh ruler, and its first reigning queen. Her reign was filled with rebellions and fights, but despite them, she established bases of development in thought, literature, and arts. Her success lead to the acceptance of female leader in Silla after her era.

Queen Seondeok of Silla reigned as Queen of Silla, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, from 632 to 647. She was Silla's twenty-seventh ruler, and its first reigning queen. Her reign was filled with rebellions and fights, but despite them, she established bases of development in thought, literature, and arts. Her success lead to the acceptance of female leader in Silla after her era.

Pair of gold ear-rings from Korea.  Silla dynasty, 5th-6th centuries AD.

Pair of gold ear-rings from Korea. Silla dynasty, 5th-6th centuries AD.

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