The Royal Crown (female owner) from Tomb VI of Tillia Tepe "Golden Hill" in Northern Afghanistan. The crown has been traced back to around the 1st century BCE. After its discovery, it went missing along with other rich jewelry from the tombs during the wars in Afghanistan, until it was "rediscovered" and brought back to international attention in 2003. A new museum in Afghanistan's capital city of Kabul is being planned where the Bactrian gold will eventually be kept. We've recreated the crown digitally and printed it on our Premium Black Tee for extra comfort and extreme softness. Now you can wear it too.