Throne of Charlemagne in Aachen. Until 1531, it served as the coronation throne the Kings of Germany, being used at a total of thirty-one coronations.
Sword with inlaid openwork hilt, Spring and Autumn period (770–476 BCE, excavated at Taigongmiao village, Yangjiagou in Baoji, Shaanxi, 1978)
Codex Gigas, so called “Devil’s Bible”. According to the legend, Lucifer himself helped in its creation.
A yak-haired kawari kabuto in the shape of a fierce-looking but protective horned Oni demon head Japan 17th-18th century CE
The Kabwe skull – 125,000 – 300,000 year old fossilized skull of an extinct human species found in 1921, near the town of Kabwe in Zambia
The Longsword of Emperor Maximilan I. Gold, Steel, Silver & Mother of Pearl. This Sword Represents the Zenith of the Sword Maker’s Art in Renaissance Europe.
Bronze Spartan shield conquered, as the inscription punched on it reveals, from the Spartans at the victory of Pylos in 425 BC. Ancient Agora Museum in Athens, around 510 BC
500 year old fox shaped armor of Emperor Charles V
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Queen’s pet gazelle was readied for eternity with the same lavish care as a member of the royal family. In fine, blue-trimmed bandages and a custom-made wooden coffin, it accompanied its owner to the grave in about 945 B.C.