Crown of Byzatine Emperor Constantine IX Monomachus. 1042-1050, Bronze, cloisonne enamel,
Ancient sites, Monuments and findings
Crown of Isabella I. One of many crowns that must have belonged to Queen Isabella I (r. 1474-1504) of Spain. It follows the tradition of many other crowns that were donated to Cathedrals, Chapels or Monasteries by Catholic monarch throughout Europe.
The Good Old Days
Greek Bronze Tiara, 4th-3rd Century BC The front is decorated in an engraved herringbone pattern and palmettes with perforated ripples along the sides.
ANCIENT JEWELRY (greek,roman,etruscan,etc.)
Crown of Blanche of Valois, Queen consort of King Charles I, Bohemia (ca. 1345; gold, enamel, precious and semi-precious gemstones). Part of the Środa Treasure.
tiara, crown, diadem, chapel
Crown Imperial Lily (Fritillaria imperialis)
Fenton Red Carnival Glass Luxemberg Crown Bowl
Byzantine kamelaukion, crown of Constance of Aragon (1179-1222), Holy Roman Empress, Queen of Sicily, wife of Frederick II. Royal Palace, Naples, Italy.
Welke kroon is hetzelfde?
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Diadem with rosettes~Greek, 3rd- 2nd Centuries B.C.
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