Crown may refer to:
French Crown Jewels - Paris Atelier: The Jewels of France
Dec 16, 2008 ... The French Crown & Imperial Jewels are unquestionably amazing, but even more amazing is their story and history. The following is glimpse ...
French Crown Jewels - French Royal and Imperial Jewels
Video about the jewels of the Royal and Imperial families in France. Some of them are exhibited in the Louvre (Galerie d'Apollon) or in other museums.
Imperial Crown of India
A very nice piece of Elgar's music in the public domain that I haven't been able to locate elsewhere on YouTube.
List of royal crowns
The following is a list of royal crowns:
List of royal crowns - Wikipedia
Vicarius Filii Dei
Vicarius Filii Dei (Latin: Vicar or Representative of the Son of God) is a phrase first used in the forged medieval Donation of Constantine to refer to Saint Peter, a leader of the Early Christian Chu...
Vicarius Filii Dei - Wikipedia
Deshret, from ancient Egyptian, was the formal name for the Red Crown of Lower Egypt and for the desert Red Land on either side of Kemet, the fertile Nile river basin. When combined with the Hedjet (...
Deshret - Wikipedia
The Mascapaicha was the royal crown of the Emperor of the Tawantinsuyu, more commonly known as the Inca Empire.The Mascapaicha was the imperial symbol, worn only by the Sapa Inca as King of Cusco and ...
Mascapaicha - Wikipedia
Queen of Norway's Crown
The crown of the Queen of Norway was made in 1830 for Désirée Clary's coronation. It did not take place, and was first used in 1860, for the coronation of Louise of the Netherlands.It was made in Stoc...
Queen of Norway's Crown - Wikipedia
A bycoket is an ancient cap of state worn by the kings of England, the upper part of which was in the form of a double crown. The word is formed from an Old French term for a small castle at the top o...
Hoop crown
A hoop crown (German: Bügelkrone or Spangenkrone, Latin: faislum) is a crown consisting of a "band around the temples and one or two bands over the head". First used by the Carolingian dynasty...
Hoop crown - Wikipedia
Greenlandic krone
The Greenlandic krone (Greenlandic: koruuni) was a planned currency for Greenland. Currently, the Danish krone circulates. The Greenland krone was not intended to be an independent currency but a ...
Greenlandic krone - Wikipedia
Crown (English coin)
The crown, originally known as the "crown of the double rose", was an English coin introduced as part of King Henry VIII's monetary reform of 1526, with a value of five Shillings.
The first such c...
Crown (English coin) - Wikipedia
Crown of Faustin I
The crown of Faustin I is the crown of Faustin-Élie Soulouque, who ruled as President of Haiti from 1847 to 1849 and as Emperor Faustin I of Haiti from 1849 to 1859. The crown is decorated with emeral...
Crown of Faustin I - Wikipedia
Imperial Crown of Austria
The Imperial Crown of Austria (German: Österreichische Kaiserkrone) was made in 1602 in Prague by Jan Vermeyen as the personal crown of Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II, and therefore is also known as...
The polos crown (plural poloi; Greek: πόλος) is a high cylindrical crown worn by mythological goddesses of the Ancient Near East and Anatolia and adopted by the ancient Greeks for imaging the moth...
Polos - Wikipedia
French Crown Jewels
The French Crown Jewels (French: Joyaux de la Couronne de France) comprise the crowns, orb, sceptres, diadems and jewels that symbolised royalty within the French aristocracy between 752 and 1825....
French Crown Jewels - Wikipedia
Funeral Crown
The so-called Funeral Crown, also known under its Latin name as the Corona Funebris or Funebralis, was a part of the Polish Crown Jewels.It was probably lost before 1669.
The crown was executed ar...
Funeral Crown - Wikipedia
List of papal tiaras in existence
The papal tiara is the crown of the pope. For over a thousand years all popes were crowned with some kind of a tiara in a papal coronation. The tiara is still one of the key symbols of the papacy, and...
List of papal tiaras in existence - Wikipedia
Phra Kiao
Phra Kiao (Thai: พระเกี้ยว  [pʰráʔ kîow]), the Thai equivalent of the coronet, is a headgear traditionally worn by young princes and princesses. King Chulalongkorn adopted it as his personal ...
Phra Kiao - Wikipedia
A tiara (from Latin: tiara, from Ancient Greek: τιάρα) is a form of crown. There are two possible types of crown that this word can refer to.Traditionally, the word "tiara" refers to a high c...
Tiara - Wikipedia
Crown of Louis XV of France
The Crown of Louis XV is the sole surviving crown from the French ancien regime among the French Crown Jewels.
The crown was created for King Louis XV in 1722, when he had a new crown created. It ...
Crown of Louis XV of France - Wikipedia
Reliquary Crown of Henry II
The so-called Crown of Henry II is a medieval crown which came from the reliquary of the saint Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor (972–1024) at Bamberg Cathedral, though it is not thought to date from close...
Reliquary Crown of Henry II - Wikipedia
Joyeuse ([ʒwaˈjøz]), is the name tradition attributes to Charlemagne's personal sword. The name translates as "joyous".
Some legends claim Joyeuse was forged to contain the Lance of Longinus wit...
Joyeuse - Wikipedia
Crown of Queen Maria Josepha
Crown of Maria Josepha was made for Archduchess Maria Josepha of Austria, wife of King Augustus III of Poland, for her coronation as Polish queen in 1734.
In 1925 Polish Government purchased the s...
Crown of Queen Maria Josepha - Wikipedia
Kiani Crown
The Kiani Crown was the traditional coronation crown in the Iranian Crown Jewels which was used during the Qajar dynasty (1796–1925). The crown itself is made of red velvet, on which thousands of gems...
Kiani Crown - Wikipedia
Archducal hat
The archducal hat (German: Erzherzogshut) is the insignia of the Archduchy of Austria. It is kept in Klosterneuburg Monastery in perpetuity.
The first archducal coronet (Erzherzogskrone) was s...
Archducal hat - Wikipedia
Holy Crown of Hungary
The Holy Crown of Hungary (Hungarian: Szent Korona, also known as the Crown of Saint Stephen) was the coronation crown used by the Kingdom of Hungary for most of its existence; kings have been cro...
Holy Crown of Hungary - Wikipedia
Modius (headdress)
The modius is a type of flat-topped cylindrical headdress or crown found in ancient Egyptian art and art of the Greco-Roman world. The name was given by modern scholars based on its resemblance to the...
Modius (headdress) - Wikipedia