Cheonmachong ('Heavenly Horse Tomb')

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Mark Cartwright
by OzinOH
published on 27 October 2016
Cheonmachong ('Heavenly Horse Tomb')

The Silla royal tomb Cheonmachong ('Heavenly Horse Tomb'), Gyeongju, Korea. 6th century CE. The tomb was excavated in 1973 CE and, amongst hundreds of other treasures, contained a coffin, gold crown, jewellery pieces, and a painted horse saddle showing a winged-horse.

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