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Goguryeo Tomb Murals - Diagram of Deokheung-ri Tomb Interior (408 A.D.) Taean City, North Korea

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Pair of earrings, Korea, Silla Kingdom, second quarter of the 6th century. Excavated from Bomun-dong Hapjangbun Tomb. Gold; National Museum of Korea. | The most dramatic of Silla earrings, this pair is especially notable for its surface decoration of tiny gold balls, a technique known as granulation. Thought to have developed in ancient Iraq in the third millennium B.C., granulation most likely reached Silla either from the northern kingdom of Goguryeo or via China.

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Goguryeo Tomb Murals - Dining Scene (detail), Muyong Tomb, 5th century A.D. Ji'an city, Jilin province, China

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Goguryeo Tomb Mural - Military Procession. Anak Tomb #3, 357 A.D. North Korea, Hwanghae Province

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Goguryeo Tomb Mural - Military Procession Detail. Anak Tomb #3, 357 A.D. North Korea, Hwanghae Province

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In 1965, a new mural was discovered in the Afrasiab Hills (Samarkland, Uzbekistan) where an old palace was located. This wall painting was presumed by historians to have been produced during the reign of King Barhuman in the year 655 during the Sogdian Kingdom. Recently, this wall painting has been restored in cooperation with the Northeast Asian History Foundation and the Afrasiab Museum in Samarkand (video). Read more: http://www.arirang.co.kr/News/News_View.asp?nseq=173571

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Goguryeo Tomb Murals - Sun Crow with flying celestials - East ceiling, Ohoe Tomb #4, 6th - 7th century. Ji'an, China. In this mural the sun, with its three-legged crow, is flanked by two celestials: one is riding a phoenix while playing a flute (right, bottom closeup), and the other is riding a dragon (left, bottom closeup). A twisting dragon occupies the top of the ceiling.

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goguryeo tomb mural | Goguryeo Tomb Murals

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