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Tomb of Gwanggaeto the Great
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Tomb of Gwanggaeto the Great

The tomb of Goguryeo king Gwanggaeto the Great (r. 391–412 CE), aka the Tomb of the General, Korea. It measures 75 metres along the sides. The dolmen were originally placed at each of the four corners.
Gilt-bronze Buddha, Goguryeo Kingdom
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Gilt-bronze Buddha, Goguryeo Kingdom

A gilt-bronze standing Buddha. Cast in Pyongyang, Goguryeo Kingdom, 6th century CE. Height c. 15 cm. (National Museum of Korea, Seoul, South Korea)
Gold Silla Crown
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Gold Silla Crown

A gold crown of the Silla kingdom, Korea. From the Great Tomb at Hwangnam, Geumseong (Gyeongju), 5-6th century CE. The crown is made of sheet-gold and decorated with granulation and crescent-shaped jade pendants. The tree-like upright parts...
Silla Ceramic Warrior
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Silla Ceramic Warrior

A ceramic ewer in the form of a warrior on horseback. 5-6th century CE, Silla Kingdom, Korea. (National Museum of Korea, Seoul, South Korea)
Silla Gold Crown
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Silla Gold Crown

A gold crown of the Silla kingdom, Korea. From the Auspicious Phoenix Tomb, Geumseong (Gyeongju), 5-6th century CE. The crown is made of sheet-gold and decorated with granulation and crescent-shaped jade pendants. The tree-like upright parts...
Cheomseongdae Observatory, Gyeongju
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Cheomseongdae Observatory, Gyeongju

The 7th century CE Cheomseongdae Observatory at Gyeongju (Seorabeol), the Silla capital, South Korea. The structure is listed as a Korean national treasure.
Baekje Gold Earrings
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Baekje Gold Earrings

Gold earrings from the tomb of Baekje (Paekche) king Muryeong-wang (r. 501-523 CE) near ancient Ungjin (modern Gongju), Korea.
Gaya Iron Helmet
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Gaya Iron Helmet

An iron helmet from the Gaya confederacy (42-532 CE), Korea. 5th-6th century CE. (National Museum of Korea, Seoul, South Korea)
Tortoise & Snake Mural, Goguryeo Tomb
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Tortoise & Snake Mural, Goguryeo Tomb

A wall-painting depicting a tortoise and snake (symbolising North) from the Great Tomb at Kangso near Pyongyang. Goguryeo kingdom, early 7th century CE.
Goguryeo Roof Tile
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Goguryeo Roof Tile

The end face of a Goguryeo roof tile, 5th-6th century CE. (National Museum of Korea, Seoul, South Korea)