Yes! The crown, which is also known as the Crown of St Stephen, is one of the oldest surviving coronation crowns. Parts of the crown date back to Byzantine Constantinople, with the enamels thought to have been made in the 1070s. According to tradition, the crown was first used at the coronation of King Stephen I in 1000 or 1001 CE, but analysis of the materials and construction makes it more likely that the crown was created under King Béla III, who ruled from 1172 to 1196. The crown was last used in a coronation in 1916 when it was used to crown Emperor Karl I of Austria-Hungary. The crown has been stolen or lost and then recovered several times in its long history. After the end of the Second World War, the crown was discovered in Austria by the U.S. 86th Infantry Division and was taken to Fort Knox where it was held to protect it from the Soviet Union. It was eventually returned to Hungary by President Jimmy Carter in 1978. The Holy Crown is accompanied by other pieces of coronation regalia, including a sword, a scepter, and a Globus Cruciger, also known as an orb and cross.