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Ancient Korea
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Three Kingdoms About 50 BCE – 668 CE Koguryo : Northern Korea 37 BC – 668 AD Baekche : Southwestern Korea 18 BC – 663 AD Silla (Pronounced Sheila) Southeastern Korea 57 AD – 668 AD Kaya (minor and short lived, usually ignored)
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Koguryo or Goguryeo Was the largest and strongest Founded by Jumong Included much of Manchuria Battled and resisted China several times
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King Dongmyeong of Goguryeo (lived 58 - 19 BCE, reigned 37 – 19 BCE) Better known as Jumong
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Baekche Founded by Onjo, the third son of Jumong First to adopt Buddhism Sent scholars, craftsmen and monks to Japan Brought down by Silla-Tang alliance in 660 and submitted to Silla
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Silla Developed Late Builds alliance with Tang China to overthrow both Baekche and Koguryo by 668 CE Unites Korea into Unified Silla Dynasty
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Silla Dynasty 668 CE – 918 CE Silla dynasty unifies Korean Peninsula Northern kingdom of Parhae is also Korean speaking but usually placed into Manchurian history
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Sadae Principle Tributary status with China provides Guidance Protection Access to Chinese economy
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HISTORY 210 taught by Professor St. john during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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