16spreadofchinesebuddhism(korean buddhism)

16spreadofchinesebuddhism(korean buddhism) - The Spread of...

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The Spread of Chinese Buddhism Korean Buddhism in Particular Objective The Spread of Chinese Buddhism in East Asia History of Korean Buddhism Some major figures of Korean Buddhism Insert East Asia Map here The Circle of East Asian Buddhism China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam Influence of Chinese culture (writing system, political and legal system, etc.) Great Buddhism canons in Chinese Chinese as a Buddhist language in East Asia Trade and communication among East Asian countries Three Kingdoms Buddhism enters Korea during its Three Kingdoms period a. Koguryo (37 B.C.E. - 668 C.E.) 372 C.E. b. Paekche (18 B.C.E. - 660 C.E.) 384 C.E. c. Silla (57 B.C.E. - 668 C.E.) 420s C.E. Introduction to Korea Earliest form of religion: shamanism Buddhism arrived from China in 372 CE during the Jin dynasty By monk Shundao to the Koguryo court of king Sosurim (r. 371- 394) Then to Paekche, and then to Silla (until 527).
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