Lajos Dezsi

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Úgy gondoljuk, tetszenének neked ezek a pinek - dezsi.lajos@gmail.com - Gmail

Úgy gondoljuk, tetszenének neked ezek a pinek - dezsi.lajos@gmail.com - Gmail

Moscow Kremlin Museums: - Russian state regalia Golden Horde (?), first half of the XIVth century (?); Cross - Moscow, the XVIIth century (?); bezel gemstone settings - Moscow, the XVIIth century. Gold, sapphire, rubies, emeralds, yellow corundum, spinel, pearls, silver, velvet, satin, fur; casting, forging, chasing, filigree, granulation, carving, openwork, enamel

One of the most valuable collection, which has no analogy in other museums of our country, comprises the emblems or insignia of royalty, ceremonial vestments and other ornaments, worn and carried at a coronation and on official occasions

Cap of Monomakh, Late 13th-early 14th Century, Russia. Gold, silver, precious stones, pearls, fur, filigree, granulation, casting, chasing and engraving.

Russian Royal Headdress, Century: Shown and Listed Chronologically: Monomakh’s Cap Century], Altabasnaya (Sibir) Cap [Mid Century], and The Diamond Cap [Late Century].

Corona del reino de Kazan

“ Crown of the Kingdom of Kazan. Gold, precious stones and pearls. Armoury Chamber of the Moscow Kremlin.

Рис. 52. Мужские статуи расцвета скульптуры - середина XII века

Рис. 52. Мужские статуи расцвета скульптуры - середина XII века

‘A storm is coming’ by Renik van Noordt. Painting of a Batavian hussar in grande tenue (without pelisse),1799. Acrylics on board, 40x50cm.

‘A storm is coming’ by Renik van Noordt. Painting of a Batavian hussar in grande tenue (without pelisse),1799. Acrylics on board, 40x50cm.

A Rádpusztai Hun üst

A Rádpusztai Hun üst

Diffusion of metallurgy

Map: Diffusion of metallurgy in Europe and Asia Minor. The darkest areas are the oldest. is a time period characterized by the use of bronze, proto-writing, and other early features of urban civilization.