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Post Classical Korea

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Harry Parada

on 27 May 2014

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Post Classical Korea
750 A.D. - 1450 A.D.

Malcolm McCown
Eric Palacios
Harry Parada
Korea was patriarchal.
Rule of the family is passed down from father to oldest son.
The rich families were called the Bone-rank and the poor were the Head-rank.
There were also slaves and the criminals. (LOWEST CLASS)

Kingdoms ( Koguryo, Paekche, Shilla or Silla )
Shilla allied with China to defeat the other two kingdoms, then China got afraid of the Shilla military power.
Shilla moved their capital to Kumsong, Central market ,Parks, Pacific ocean, yellow sea

Buddhism, Confucianism
Confucianism; Birth over test scores
Using honey for glue, Wood block, Way to hold Metal-type of printing
Refined Ceramics, Wooden Buddhist temples, Religious art

Economic Achievements
Grew rice products, Grains, Wheat, and Millet
Barter, Limited Shell money/ Chinese coins; Raw material, Forest products, metals
Agricultural, Metallurgy, Wood-works, Refined Ceramics
Wealth determined status in the Military, in Government, and Social gathering

The earliest Korean kingdom were the Choson. They were conquered by the Han Empire of China. Tribal people called the Koguryo resisted Chinese rule and started to go to war with the two other kingdoms, the Shilla and Paekche.
Chinese armies invaded often.
Chinese culture spread when settlers moved to Korea during Han rule.
Shilla rulers sent embassies and tributes to the Tang of China.
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