Korea2 - Three Kingdoms and Unified Silla Periods February 28 – March 2 2007 Three Kingdoms Period(c 300 – 668 • Koguryo – – – – –

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Three Kingdoms and Unified Silla Periods February 28 – March 2, 2007
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Three Kingdoms Period (c. 300 – 668) Koguryo Captured Lo-lang (Lelang) Set up northern kingdom Capital first in Manchuria, later in Pyongyang Highpoint under King Kwanggaeto (391-413) Introduced Buddhism to Korea in 372 By the 5 th century, Buddhism was state religion; National Confucian Academy South—Han Tribes Paekche, Silla, and Kaya
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Three Kingdoms Period (c. 300 – 668) Paekche Came into power c. 250 Early capital near Seoul, then in Kongju By 5 th century had adopted Buddhism In early 6 th century allied themselves with Silla against Koguryo (King Tongsong) Silla later attacked in the 7 th century and Paekche sided with Koguryo
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Three Kingdoms Period (c. 300 – 668) Silla Came into power in the 4 th century In 535 adopted Buddhism Had the ‘bone-rank’ system—caste system According to blood line or ‘bone rank’ Laws for each group concerning clothing, hairstyle, size and
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ART 186 taught by Professor Turner during the Spring '07 term at Miami University.

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Korea2 - Three Kingdoms and Unified Silla Periods February 28 – March 2 2007 Three Kingdoms Period(c 300 – 668 • Koguryo – – – – –

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