Headdress, Reportedly found in Changnyeong, Korea, Three Kingdoms period (Silla), 6th century, Gift of the Ogura Foundation (Important Cultural Property)
Asian Gallery (Toyokan) Room 10
May 24, 2022 (Tue) - November 20, 2022 (Sun)
This gallery presents artifacts from Korea’s Three Kingdoms period (57 BC–668 AD), an era when powerful rulers vied for control of the Korean Peninsula. The three kingdoms were comprised of Goguryeo in the north, Baekje in the southwest, and Silla in the southeast. A fourth state, known as the Gaya confederacy, also existed in the south before being annexed by Silla.
Each region made full use of the materials of the time–namely, gold, silver, bronze, iron, glass, and jade–to create distinct ornaments and other objects including, armor, horse tack, clay tiles, and pottery.
|Highlight||Sword with a Ring-Shaped Pommel and an Inscription||Korea||Three Kingdoms period, 5th century||TJ-1223|
|Highlight||Earring||Korea||Three Kingdoms period (Silla), 6th century||Gift of the Ogura Foundation, TJ-5071|
|Highlight||Important Cultural Property||Three-Legged Vessel with a Handle||Reportedly found at Hapcheon, Korea||Three Kingdoms period, 6th century||Gift of the Ogura Foundation, TJ-5307|
|Highlight||Important Cultural Property||Headdress||Reportedly found in Changnyeong, Korea||Three Kingdoms period (Silla), 6th century||Gift of the Ogura Foundation, TJ-5033|