Étiqueté : Silla

Exposition : “Sacred Island of Okinoshima in Munakata Region and the Yamato Imperial Court”

  Exposition : “Sacred Island of Okinoshima in Munakata Region and the Yamato Imperial Court” Musée national de Kyushu, Fukuoka   Jusqu’au 5 mars 2017   Extraits du dossier « Okinoshima Island and Related Sites in Munakata Region » qui figure sur la Liste indicative du Japon pour une éventuelle inscription sur la Liste...

La tombe de l’Oiseau d’or du royaume de Silla

    “Guide to the Afterlife” The Korean government recently designated as state treasures a group of sixth-century A.D. artifacts unearthed from a tomb dating to Korea’s Silla Dynasty (57 B.C.–A.D. 935). The tomb, which is located in Yangsan, South Gyeongsang, was first discovered during an archaeological exploration in 1990. Inside,...

Rare Skull from Korea’s Silla Kingdom

“Bizarre, Long-Headed Woman from Ancient Kingdom Revealed”   The grave of a woman with a bizarre, long-headed skull has been unearthed in Korea. The woman was part of the ancient Silla culture, which ruled much of the Korean peninsula for nearly a millennium. Unlike some of the deformed, pointy skulls that have...

Conférence : “Ancient Foreign Glasswares Found in Silla Burials in the Korean Peninsula”

  Conférence d’Ariane Perrin (UMR 8173 “Chine, Corée, Japon”), dans le cadre du panel “Reception and Re-interpretation of the material culture of the Other: Case Studies from China and Korea between the 2nd century BCE and the 10th century CE” du colloque international de la Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA):   “Ancient...

New Scientific Revelations about the Gold Crown from Seobongchong Tomb

New Scientific Revelations about the Gold Crown from Seobongchong Tomb 과학으로 풀어 보는 서봉총 금관   National Museum of Korea, Seoul The National Museum of Korea presented until 21 June 2015 the special exhibition “New Scientific Revelations about the Gold Crown from Seobongchong Tomb”, shedding new light on one of...

Exposition : Cheonmachong, The Royal Tomb of Silla

  Cheonmachong, The Royal Tomb of Silla Until 22 June 2014 Kyongju National Museum   The Gyeongju National Museum holds a special exhibition featuring the Tomb of the Heavenly Horse (Cheonmachong) located in Kyongju. Cheonmachong is a widely known Silla tomb from which a saddle flap with a Cheonma (Korean...

Ouvrage : New Perspectives on Early Korean Art: From Silla to Koryŏ

Early Korea Project Occasional Series New Perspectives on Early Korean Art: From Silla to Koryŏ University of Hawai’i Press, 2013   Edited by Youn-mi Kim Series Editor, Mark E. Byington   This volume includes discussion of a variety of artworks, ranging from gold adornments found in Silla tombs to Koryŏ...

Ouvrage : Silla: Korea’s Golden Kingdom

       Soyoung Lee et Denise Patry Leidy, Silla: Korea’s Golden Kingdom  The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2013.     Présentation de l’ouvrage :   The Silla Kingdom, which flourished in Korea from 57 B.C. to 935 A.D., is known for its intricately crafted ornaments, many in resplendent gold,...

Exposition : Silla: Korea’s Golden Kingdom, 4 novembre 2013

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Silla: Korea’s Golden Kingdom November 4, 2013 through February 23, 2014     Vous pouvez voir une sélection d’images ici. (Click here to see works on view)   In the ancient world, the Korean kingdom of Silla (57 B.C.–A.D. 935) was renowned as a country of gold. Through...

Publication: Early Korea, Volume 3: The Rediscovery of Kaya in History and Archaeology

   Nouvelle publication: Early Korea, Volume 3: The Rediscovery of Kaya in History and Archaeology Le troisième volume de la série Early Korea vient d’être publié sous l’égide du Early Korea Project, Korea Institute, Université Harvard, Cambridge. Il présente les dernières découvertes sur l’histoire et l’archéologie des entités de Kaya...