Saturday 12 July 1997
One of the highlights is a magnificently ornate royal crown from the Silla Kingdom, dating from the 5th-6th century AD. The crown (left), on loan from the National Museum of Korea, is one of only six to have been found in the Silla royal tombs, previously known as Kumsong or the City of Gold.
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