Five-Branched silver and gold object discovered in the foundation of the pagoda at Songnim-sa Temble, Unified Silla Period. 칠곡 송림사 사리기(漆谷 松林寺 舍利器)
Funeral Urn | 7th Century -10th Century; Unified Silla (676 - 935)
고고미술실 | 한국기독교박물관 - 네귀합, 四耳臺附盒, Bowl with Lid and Four Ears 시대 - 삼국시대(신라), 5~6세기, Three Kingdoms Period(Silla), 5th-6th c. A.D.
Reliquary from the 5-Story pagoda of Songnim-sa Temple, near Daegu - Unified Silla Period 칠곡 송림사 사리기(漆谷 松林寺 舍利器)
7th Century - 10th Century; Unified Silla(676 - 935) The bone jar is closely linked to Buddhist precedents. Unlike general burial customs of the past, it seems that after cremation, which is a Buddhist funeral custom, the bones were gathered and placed in a bone jar and then buried
Top: Three Kingdoms of Korea, Unified Silla. Bottom: Goryeo, Joseon.
Korean Sword, Three Kingdoms Period, Shilla Kingdom 세고리자루큰칼 - 행쇼게시판
[Unified Silla Period (719)] Amitabha Buddha from Gamsansa Temple Site
The twin pagodas of the Gameun-sa Temple site, Unified Silla Period, dated 682 AD