key_concepts_2_2007 - Key Concepts 2 Key Terms: (Old)...

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Key Concepts 2 Key Terms: (Old) Chosôn , Lolang/Nangnang and the issues it raises , Tan’gun , Kija, “Eastern barbarians” The Three Kingdoms/”Unified” Silla Three kingdoms, “bone-rank,” “Silla Unification,” Kaya/Imna/Mimana, Pak Hyôkkose, Parhae, Sorabol/Kumsong/Kyôngju, hwarang , hyangga , textbook controversy, Hwaôm vs. Pure Land Buddhism , royal vs. aristocratic power , Sôn/Kyo, hereditary status, relation to “Chinese culture” The Three Kingdoms include the Korean kingdoms of Koguryo, Paekjae, and Silla; The name “Three Kingdoms” was used in samguk sagi, annals of 3 kingdoms, and samguk yusa, a memorabilia of 3 kingdoms. . Koguryo – Koguryo emerged after the fall of Kochoson near Yalu river. It eventually became the largest of the three kingdoms under the rule of King Kwanggaeto. Paekjae- Paekjae was founded by two sons of Koguryo. Paekjae conquered Mahan and controlled most of western Korean peninsula. Paekjae was most culturally developed of the three kingdoms and frequently interacted with Japan. Silla – Allied with China, Silla eventually conquered two other kingdoms, Paekjae and
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