This exhibition from the collection of the National Museum of Afghanistan presents over 230 works excavated in Afghanistan, which stands at the crossroads of civilizations. In particular, a crown excavated from the archaeological site known as Tillya Tepe (literally, ‘Golden Hill’) shows an apparent relation to the gold crowns of Silla Kingdom.
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