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Material Objects #15 - Shilla: Material Culture *QUIZ:...

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Shilla: Material Culture 10/03/2008 11:55:00 **QUIZ: starts with lecture of  myths of origin SLIDES: -known as “Land of Morning Calm” -terraced mountains and rice patties -  HWARANG : members of aristocratic elite, each one under the leadership of a  young man of the true bone rank and Buddhist monks “flower youth” would live together to learn military arts and to obtain virtue develop sense of dedication to Shilla monks would teach respect for Buddhism, would learn martial arts had to adhere to 5 commandments: o serve king with loyalty o tend parents with piety o treat friends with sincere o never retreat from battle field o be discriminate about taking life Buddhist concept of passion, and Confucian virtues mid Shilla into late Shilla lose sense of commitment to martial arts (hang  around market place) -pieces of Buddhist sculpture produced in middle 3
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIEA 208 taught by Professor Dimberg during the Spring '08 term at UVA.

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Material Objects #15 - Shilla: Material Culture *QUIZ:...

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