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Ancient Afghan artifacts on show in Hong Kong (1/10)

2019-11-06 13:27:28 Ecns.cn Editor :Yao Lan
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The Hong Kong Museum of History is hosting an exhibition of 231 items/sets of rare artefacts including goldware, glassware, bronze sculptures and ivory carvings, unearthed from the four famous archaeological sites of Tepe Fullol, A? Khanum, Tillya Tepe (Hill of gold) and Begram, now in the collection of the National Museum of Afghanistan. The artifacts include a crown from AD 25-50, and a statuette of a goddess and a glass fish, both from the 1st century AD.(Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

The Hong Kong Museum of History is hosting an exhibition of 231 items/sets of rare artefacts including goldware, glassware, bronze sculptures and ivory carvings, unearthed from the four famous archaeological sites of Tepe Fullol, A? Khanum, Tillya Tepe (Hill of gold) and Begram, now in the collection of the National Museum of Afghanistan. The artifacts include a crown from AD 25-50, and a statuette of a goddess and a glass fish, both from the 1st century AD.(Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

The Hong Kong Museum of History is hosting an exhibition of 231 items/sets of rare artefacts including goldware, glassware, bronze sculptures and ivory carvings, unearthed from the four famous archaeological sites of Tepe Fullol, A? Khanum, Tillya Tepe (Hill of gold) and Begram, now in the collection of the National Museum of Afghanistan. The artifacts include a crown from AD 25-50, and a statuette of a goddess and a glass fish, both from the 1st century AD.(Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

The Hong Kong Museum of History is hosting an exhibition of 231 items/sets of rare artefacts including goldware, glassware, bronze sculptures and ivory carvings, unearthed from the four famous archaeological sites of Tepe Fullol, A? Khanum, Tillya Tepe (Hill of gold) and Begram, now in the collection of the National Museum of Afghanistan. The artifacts include a crown from AD 25-50, and a statuette of a goddess and a glass fish, both from the 1st century AD.(Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

The Hong Kong Museum of History is hosting an exhibition of 231 items/sets of rare artefacts including goldware, glassware, bronze sculptures and ivory carvings, unearthed from the four famous archaeological sites of Tepe Fullol, A? Khanum, Tillya Tepe (Hill of gold) and Begram, now in the collection of the National Museum of Afghanistan. The artifacts include a crown from AD 25-50, and a statuette of a goddess and a glass fish, both from the 1st century AD.(Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

The Hong Kong Museum of History is hosting an exhibition of 231 items/sets of rare artefacts including goldware, glassware, bronze sculptures and ivory carvings, unearthed from the four famous archaeological sites of Tepe Fullol, A? Khanum, Tillya Tepe (Hill of gold) and Begram, now in the collection of the National Museum of Afghanistan. The artifacts include a crown from AD 25-50, and a statuette of a goddess and a glass fish, both from the 1st century AD.(Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

The Hong Kong Museum of History is hosting an exhibition of 231 items/sets of rare artefacts including goldware, glassware, bronze sculptures and ivory carvings, unearthed from the four famous archaeological sites of Tepe Fullol, A? Khanum, Tillya Tepe (Hill of gold) and Begram, now in the collection of the National Museum of Afghanistan. The artifacts include a crown from AD 25-50, and a statuette of a goddess and a glass fish, both from the 1st century AD.(Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

The Hong Kong Museum of History is hosting an exhibition of 231 items/sets of rare artefacts including goldware, glassware, bronze sculptures and ivory carvings, unearthed from the four famous archaeological sites of Tepe Fullol, A? Khanum, Tillya Tepe (Hill of gold) and Begram, now in the collection of the National Museum of Afghanistan. The artifacts include a crown from AD 25-50, and a statuette of a goddess and a glass fish, both from the 1st century AD.(Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

The Hong Kong Museum of History is hosting an exhibition of 231 items/sets of rare artefacts including goldware, glassware, bronze sculptures and ivory carvings, unearthed from the four famous archaeological sites of Tepe Fullol, A? Khanum, Tillya Tepe (Hill of gold) and Begram, now in the collection of the National Museum of Afghanistan. The artifacts include a crown from AD 25-50, and a statuette of a goddess and a glass fish, both from the 1st century AD.(Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

The Hong Kong Museum of History is hosting an exhibition of 231 items/sets of rare artefacts including goldware, glassware, bronze sculptures and ivory carvings, unearthed from the four famous archaeological sites of Tepe Fullol, A? Khanum, Tillya Tepe (Hill of gold) and Begram, now in the collection of the National Museum of Afghanistan. The artifacts include a crown from AD 25-50, and a statuette of a goddess and a glass fish, both from the 1st century AD.(Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

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