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Original image size: 3600 x 4800 px, 300 dpi, 24 bit


  • original title: Samjogo (삼족오)
  • Traditional pattern of the Goguryeo* Kingdom, the symbol of the sun

*Goguryeo was one of the Three Empires of Korea that ruled from 37 BC. BC to 668 AD existed. At its greatest extent, it stretched from southern Manchuria well into the Korean Peninsula; Furthermore, Goguryeo fortresses were found in what is now eastern Mongolia, indicating a much larger expansion to the north.

Those: Wikipedia

About the three-legged crow

The three-legged crow (Korean: 삼족오; simplified Chinese: 三足乌; traditional Chinese: 三足烏) is a creature that appears in various mythologies and arts of East Asia. In East Asian cultures it is believed to inhabit and represent the sun.

The crow can also be found figuratively as an image on ancient coins from Lycia and Pamphylia.

The earliest forms of the three-legged crow were found in China. Evidence for the earliest bird-sun motifs or totem objects was found around 5000 BC. BCE excavated in the area of ​​the lower Yangtze River Delta. This bird-sun totem heritage was observed in the later Yangshao and Longshan cultures. The Chinese have several versions of crow and crow-sun stories. But the most popular representation of the Sun Crow myth is that of Yangwu or Jinwu, the "Golden Crow."

In Korean mythology, she is known as Samjogo (Korean Hangul: 삼족오; Chinese: 三足烏). During the Goguryo Kingdom period, the Samjogo was considered a symbol of the sun. The ancient Goguryo people thought that a three-legged crow lived in the sun while a turtle lived in the moon. Samjogo was a highly respected symbol of power, superior to both the dragon and the Korean Bonghwang.

Although the Samjogo is primarily considered a symbol of Goguryeo, it is also found in Goryeo (from which the name "Korea" comes) and the Joseon Dynasty.

Samjogo appeared in the story , which was about the married couple Yeono and Seo, who lived on the beach of the East Sea in the year 157 (King Adalala 4) and rode to Japan on a rock. The Japanese accepted the two of them into their country as kings and nobles. At the same time, the light of the sun and moon disappeared in their place of origin, Silla. The official who investigated explained that the sun and moon, which had previously been in Silla, had now turned toward Japan. King Adalala then sent an official to Japan to bring back the couple Yeono and Seo, but Yeono resisted and gave him the silk that his wife Seo had made so that he could sacrifice it to heaven. And as promised, the sun and moon were bright over Silla again.

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Museum-quality posters made on strong, durable, matte paper. Add wonderful accents to rooms and offices with posters that are guaranteed to brighten up any environment.

  • Paper thickness: 0.26 mm (10.3 mil)
  • Paper weight: 189 g /m²
  • Giclèe print quality
  • Opacity: 94%
  • ISO brightness: 104%
  • Raw material from Japan
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Poster with frame

Make a statement in any room with this framed poster printed on thick, durable matte paper. The matte black frame adds an extra touch of class. 

  • Paper thickness: 0.26 mm (10.3 mil)
  • Paper weight: 189 g/m² (5.57 oz/yd²)
  • Black and white acacia wood frame.
  • Solid oak frame
  • Front protection film made of acrylite
  • Hanging fittings included
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Canvas pictures

This canvas print will make a statement in any room. It is hand-stretched on a canvas-cotton blend with a matte finish.

  • Hand stretched
  • 38 mm deep, hand-glued solid wood stretcher frame
  • Fade resistant (OBA free)
  • Matte finish coating
  • Acid-free, PH-neutral, poly-cotton based
  • 20.5 mil thick canvas, 470 gsm
  • Includes mounting brackets
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Framed canvas

The framed pine canvas has rubber pads on the corners, a pre-attached wall mount and a floating frame for effortless elegance.

• Pine frame
• Frame thickness: 3.18 cm (1.25″)
• Canvas fabric weight: 344 g/m² +/- 25g/m² (10.15 +/- 0.74 oz/yd²)
• Open back
• Rubber pads on rear corners
• Hanging fittings already attached

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