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Orthodoxy #13 - Shilla: Castle Lords and a New Orthodoxy...

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Shilla: Castle Lords and a New Orthodoxy 27/02/2008 12:56:00 CENTRIFUGAL FORCES SON ( SEON) C: CHAN J: ZEN NORTHERN SCHOOL: GRADUAL SOUTHERN SCHOOL:  SUDDEN TOSON  ( DOSEON) 827-898 WONP’YO ( WEONPYO) 9 TH  CENTURY drift away from center in late 8 th  and into 9 th  century as it unfolded: (as 9 th  century unfolds change in climate of opinion and emergence of new  orthodoxy) post unification policies were intended to enhance power of monarchy at the  expense of the true and holy bone ranks did opposite IRONY increased tension between monarch and aristocrats caused tension within  ranks of aristocrats shift away from center out into peripheral shift from capitol  political focus and power -powerful elements on peripheral started to establish itself -as maritime trade gathered momentum, so did piracy blamed Korean, but it was some from everybody these garrisons became sources of military force for the powerful local  countryside clans o exercised control over specific reasons and people within away from  capitol o these families built fortifications around population centers and came to  be know as castle lords generals-had private armies
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-castle lords were of 2 types:
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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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Orthodoxy #13 - Shilla: Castle Lords and a New Orthodoxy...

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