Week1-Unification of the Three Kingdoms and Parhae -...

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1/7/2016—Unification of the Three Kingdoms and Parhae Later Unified Shilla and Parhae - Shilla controlled the 2/3 of the peninsula - during the 1 st century after the unification war, the kingship of Shilla was strong o prosperous o stable o high living standard o best until 박박박 - Kyongju o over million habitants o 2-3,000 slaves o strong aristocracy o taxation o resources o family o size o plants o cattle/horses Maritime Silk Road - trade between East Asia and Mediterranean conducted by Arabs Shilla and Tang - defeated Koguryo - went on a war for 8 years - no contact until the 8 th century o Parhae started to grow really fast, putting pressure on Shilla and Tang - Shilla envoy to Tang in the 8 th century - Choe Chiwon 박박박 Unified Silla or Later Silla - South Korean mainstream o unified Silla o historical legimacy for ROK - North Korea and Some South Koreans o later Silla o only 2/4s of country, ignores Parhae 박박박박박 o period of northern and southern kingdoms o first unification under Koryo in 10 th century o historical legitimacy for DPRK - assumptions were early formation of nation Parhae - China took a lot of Koguryo to China during the war and placed them in Yingchou - 696 - Tae Choyong 박박박 - Koreans returned to Japa - Tongmosan (Dunhua) - first king: 박박박 - Buddhism - Korean
o Chinese history says founder a Koguryo man o

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