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The Rises and Falls of Kings in Korea

"The Rises and Falls of Kings in Korea"

Toyokan Room 10  April 24, 2018 (Tue) - October 14, 2018 (Sun)

  
Headgear, With design in openwork, Attributed provenance: Changnyeong, Korea, Three Kingdoms period, 6th century (Important Cultural Property, Gift of the Ogura Foundation)

This part features the prosperity of kings in the Three Kingdoms period (4th century–676) in Korea, through works including items of metalwork. The diverse designs of the objects are evidence of the prosperity of the kings.

Current exhibit includes:
Saddle Fittings, Gilt bronze, Excavated at Yangsan Bubuchong Tomb, Korea, Three Kingdoms period (Silla), start of 6th century
Earring, Three Kingdoms period (Silla), 6th century (Gift of the Ogura Foundation)
Headgear, With design in openwork, Attributed provenance: Changnyeong, Korea, Three Kingdoms period, 6th century (Important Cultural Property, Gift of the Ogura Foundation)
Headdress, White-birch bark, Excavated at Yangsan Bubuchong Tomb, Korea, Three Kingdoms period (Silla), start of 6th century
Flagpole Holder for SaddleIron, Excavated at Yangsan Bubuchong tomb, Korea, Three Kingdoms period (Silla), start of 6th century