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Baekje Crown 전라남도(全羅南道)-나주시(羅州市) 반남면(潘南面) 신촌리(新村里) 9墳 乙棺

Baekje Crown 전라남도(全羅南道)-나주시(羅州市) 반남면(潘南面) 신촌리(新村里) 9墳 乙棺

Queen Seondeok of Silla - Google Search

Queen Seondeok of Silla - Google Search

Heavenly horse design painted on a plate of birch bark, excavated from a tomb of Shilla period, Korea

Heavenly horse design painted on a plate of birch bark, excavated from a tomb of Shilla period, Korea

Queen Seondeok of Silla (Korean pronunciation: [sʰʌndʌk jawʌŋ]; ? - 17 February 647) reigned as Queen[1] of Silla, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, from 632 to 647.[2] She was Silla's twenty-seventh ruler, and its first reigning queen. She was the second female sovereign in East Asian history and encouraged a renaissance in thought, literature, and the arts in Silla.[3]

Queen Seondeok of Silla (Korean pronunciation: [sʰʌndʌk jawʌŋ]; ? - 17 February 647) reigned as Queen[1] of Silla, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, from 632 to 647.[2] She was Silla's twenty-seventh ruler, and its first reigning queen. She was the second female sovereign in East Asian history and encouraged a renaissance in thought, literature, and the arts in Silla.[3]

A gold ornament excavated from a tomb from the Early Silla period, 57 BCE-654 CE.

A Closer Look at Ancient Korea

Hangul	선덕여왕 Hanja	善德女王 Queen Seondeok of Silla reigned as Queen Regnant 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

Hangul 선덕여왕 Hanja 善德女王 Queen Seondeok of Silla reigned as Queen Regnant 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

Ancient Korean Silla crown in the shape of the World Tree, with bean-shaped gogok pendants in glass and jade (nephrite?)

Ancient Korean Silla crown in the shape of the World Tree, with bean-shaped gogok pendants in glass and jade (nephrite?)

Glassware, Silla, 5th century. National Treasure No. 193.  "Glassware in Silla was excavated mainly in huge tombs such as a tomb of a king. Just like a gold crown and a gold belt that a certain class people could have, glassware also shows that its owner was in a politically and socially high class.   Since this glassware is quite similar with Roman Glass of Russia and the Mediterranean areas, it is presumed to have been transmitted from the Eurasia through the Silk Road to China and Silla."

Glassware, Silla, 5th century. National Treasure No. 193. "Glassware in Silla was excavated mainly in huge tombs such as a tomb of a king. Just like a gold crown and a gold belt that a certain class people could have, glassware also shows that its owner was in a politically and socially high class. Since this glassware is quite similar with Roman Glass of Russia and the Mediterranean areas, it is presumed to have been transmitted from the Eurasia through the Silk Road to China and Silla."

Hanbok, Men's Hats by Glimja on deviantARTHanbok, Men's Hats / 2012  Hanbok is Korean traditional clothes, especially from 1392~1910

Hanbok, Men's Hats by Glimja on deviantARTHanbok, Men's Hats / 2012 Hanbok is Korean traditional clothes, especially from 1392~1910

The Great Queen #SeonDeok (2009) 27th ruler of #Silla, aka princess Deokman is portrayed by Lee Yo-Won #kdrama #Korea #CostumeDrama

The Great Queen #SeonDeok (2009) 27th ruler of #Silla, aka princess Deokman is portrayed by Lee Yo-Won #kdrama #Korea #CostumeDrama