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Polished Stone Ceremonial Dagger - Bronze Age. 방울이나 거울, 무기로도 사용된 것으로 보이는 동검 정도이다. 일반적으로 사용하는 도구인 무기나 농기구는 돌을 갈아 만든 간석기가 주류를 이루었다. 농기구로는 돌낫이나 반달돌칼이 대표

Polished Stone Ceremonial Dagger - Bronze Age. 방울이나 거울, 무기로도 사용된 것으로 보이는 동검 정도이다. 일반적으로 사용하는 도구인 무기나 농기구는 돌을 갈아 만든 간석기가 주류를 이루었다. 농기구로는 돌낫이나 반달돌칼이 대표

Gwanggaeto the Great - Damdeok, 19th monarch of Goguryeo ( three Kingdom of Korea, Goguryeo, Baekje & Silla) )

Gwanggaeto the Great - Damdeok, 19th monarch of Goguryeo ( three Kingdom of Korea, Goguryeo, Baekje & Silla) )

Backside view of the Imperial Russian Horse Guard Officer's Regiment officer's Model 1889 helmet with eagle.

Backside view of the Imperial Russian Horse Guard Officer's Regiment officer's Model 1889 helmet with eagle.

Goguryeo Tomb -  Known as "The General's Tomb"  5th century - Ji'an, China.   This huge Goguryeo tomb is 75m (246 ft) square, but the original occupant is not known for sure, and there aren't any paintings inside. Many scholars think this is the tomb of Jangsu, a 5th century ruler of Goguryeo.

Goguryeo Tomb - Known as "The General's Tomb" 5th century - Ji'an, China. This huge Goguryeo tomb is 75m (246 ft) square, but the original occupant is not known for sure, and there aren't any paintings inside. Many scholars think this is the tomb of Jangsu, a 5th century ruler of Goguryeo.

Choson (Joseon/Çosan) Dynasty (July 1392–1897)    Hwacha

Choson (Joseon/Çosan) Dynasty (July 1392–1897) Hwacha

This is some ancient Korean armor that remains of the Three Kingdoms. Each of them are made strong and designed well, showing how their culture took importance in design for everything.

This is some ancient Korean armor that remains of the Three Kingdoms. Each of them are made strong and designed well, showing how their culture took importance in design for everything.

The mysterious prehistoric dolmens of Korea.

The mysterious prehistoric dolmens of Korea.

Funeral Urn | 7th Century -10th Century; Unified Silla (676 - 935)

Funeral Urn | 7th Century -10th Century; Unified Silla (676 - 935)

This is a tomb remaining from Goguryeo that has disintegrated throughout time. Although much of it is damaged, you can still see the structural parts of it. The tombs were built well, and are some of the only remaining things of any of the Three Kingdoms.

This is a tomb remaining from Goguryeo that has disintegrated throughout time. Although much of it is damaged, you can still see the structural parts of it. The tombs were built well, and are some of the only remaining things of any of the Three Kingdoms.

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