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Sixth-century relics unearthed from a tomb in Yangsan, South Gyeongsang, will be named state-designated treasures after a monthlong review, the Cultural Heritage Administration announced on Aug. 30. They include a silver belt (top), gold earrings (bottom left), a gold accessory shaped like bird feet (bottom center) and a bronze pot (bottom right). The accessory shaped like bird feet is the first of its kind to be found in Korea. [CULTURAL HERITAGE ADMINISTRATION]
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