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Funeral crown from the Margaret Island,Hungarian, second half of the 13c Hungarian National museum

Funeral crown from the Margaret Island,Hungarian, second half of the 13c Hungarian National museum

Funeral crown of the queen, Anna of Antioch - Found from the graves of Béla III (1172-96), via Flickr.

Funeral crown of the queen, Anna of Antioch - Found from the graves of Béla III (1172-96), via Flickr.

http://www.kornbluthphoto.com/images/SigmondCrown2.jpg  Sigmund of Hungary

http://www.kornbluthphoto.com/images/SigmondCrown2.jpg Sigmund of Hungary

Diadem of Princess Khnumet 12th Dynasty Funerary Complex of Amenemhet II,  Tomb of Khnumet, Darshur  Excavation: J. De Morgan 1895  Period: 12th Dynasty, Reign of Amenemhet II (1929-1892 BC) Silver, Gold, Carnelian, Lapis Lazuli, Turquoise

Diadem of Princess Khnumet 12th Dynasty Funerary Complex of Amenemhet II, Tomb of Khnumet, Darshur Excavation: J. De Morgan 1895 Period: 12th Dynasty, Reign of Amenemhet II (1929-1892 BC) Silver, Gold, Carnelian, Lapis Lazuli, Turquoise

Funeral crown made in conjunction with funeral of King Gustav Vasa in 1560. Silver gilt.

Funeral crown made in conjunction with funeral of King Gustav Vasa in 1560. Silver gilt.

Steven V of Hungary - note the methods of construction visible

Steven V of Hungary - note the methods of construction visible

1514 MEDIA	solid gold, and gold philigree work SIZE	N/A LOCATION	France - Nantes - The Castle Museum NOTES	Anne of Brittany failed to survive the winter of 1513-1514, dying of a kidney-stone attack at the Chateau of Blois. She was buried in the necropolis of Saint Denis. Her funeral was of exceptional length, lasting 40 days, and inspiring all future French royal funerals until the 18th century.

1514 MEDIA solid gold, and gold philigree work SIZE N/A LOCATION France - Nantes - The Castle Museum NOTES Anne of Brittany failed to survive the winter of 1513-1514, dying of a kidney-stone attack at the Chateau of Blois. She was buried in the necropolis of Saint Denis. Her funeral was of exceptional length, lasting 40 days, and inspiring all future French royal funerals until the 18th century.

Funerary Crown of Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV, Speyer Cathedral, Germany (1106).

Funerary Crown of Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV, Speyer Cathedral, Germany (1106).

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