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    The iron crown of charlemagne between 700 and 780 ad.

    Charlemagne’s iron crown. Note the iron inner strip, it was said to be crafted from a nail from the cross of Jesus. This is called the Lombardy crown and the crown of the Holy Roman Empire.

    "Crown of Charlemagne"

    Royal crown from the burial ground of Silla. Pre-KoREAN matriarchal society, 3rd to 5th centuries AD.

    Essen crown. The small crown is the oldest surviving crown of lilies in Europe. It is stored for almost a millennium in the Essen treasury. It was used until the 16th century at the coronation of the Golden Madonna at the Candlemas on February 2nd. The gold band with 4 lilies is decorated with filigree patterns of coupled gold wires, set with pearls and precious stones. The crown was created at the second half of the 11th century. The origin of the crown is unclear.

    Charlemagne

    The crown of Charlemagne (742-814)

    "The Crown of Emperor Rudolph II - after 1804 the Austrian Imperial Crown

    Crown of the Empress Constanza of Aragon, (died 1222), wife of Emperor Friedrich II of Hohenstaufen. Cathedral, Palermo, Italy.

    In love with this diamond crown ring.

    Imperial Crown of Charlemagne The crown of the Holy Roman emperors, called the crown of Charlemagne, is the oldest in Germany. It is imbued with legendary, even esoteric mystique and no-one could claim legitimate rulership without being crowned with it. To this day legend has it, that he who owns it will rule all Europe. It was pursued by Hitler and Napoleon desired to be crowned with it but the custodians of the crown kept it hidden.

    Crown of the Kingdom of Kazan. Gold, precious stones and pearls. Russia. 1553. Armoury Chamber of the Moscow Kremlin. Diamond Fund. Moscow, Russia.

    Charlemagne's crown at the louvre (38th GGfather)

    Ancient Greek golden crown

    Object from Treasures from the Hermitage - Russia's Crown Jewels

    love the crown

    Crown of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception, known as the Crown of the Andes, ca. 1660-1770, Columbia. Gold, repoussé and chased; emeralds. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Lila Acheson Wallace Gift, Acquisitions Fund and Mary Trumbull Adams Fund, 2015 (2015.437). #crown #jewelry

    The crown of Charlemagne, crowned the first Holy Roman Emperor in 800.

    Empress Josephine

    Ancient Greek crown

    Charlemagne Crown, Carolus Magnus.