Musee du Moyen Age A16



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English: Votive crowns. On the left: gold and glass; on the right: gold, mother-of-pearl, amethysts, sapphires, emeralds and glass. Visigothic Spain, 7th century. From the Guarazzar Treasure, near Toledo, 1858.
Français : Couronnes votives. Or et verroteries, VIIe siècle. Provenance : trésor de Guarazzar, près de Tolède, 1858.

Room 16

Accession number

Cl. 2885 (on the left) & 3211 (on the right)

Credit line

Purchase, 1859 (on the left) & 1861 (on the right)


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