Lecture 19, Koryo Korea, 907-1392

Lecture 19, Koryo Korea, 907-1392 - Koryo Korea, 907-1392...

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Koryo Korea, 907-1392
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Koryo Korea, 907-1392 1. Later Paekche 2. Koryo 3. Khitans 4. hyangni , local elite/warlords 5. Ch’oe family 6. Wang Kon 7. Chang Pogo, 9th century merchant
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Korea borrows from Imperial-Bureaucratic model 780s,Rebirth of aristocratic politics Local strongmen reassert themselves Emergence of two alliances: Later Wang Kon, reunification Khitan threats & unity
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Wang Kon’s achievement: “confederation of warlords” 906, competitors for power – monarch, Merchants – Chang Pogo – eliminated
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Trend: C.A. expanded power at expense Competition for marriage into Wang lineage C.A.’s dominate highest offices LBS’s maintain considerable degree of local autonomy.
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1170s, rise of Ch’oe family to dominance; intermarriage w/ Wang’s. Parallel development w/ Fujiwara in Japan Ch’oe dominance lasted until 1258; ended as result of Mongol intervention on behalf of Wang’s. Wang-Mongol alliance – rule through
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