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Saturday, October 29, 2016

The History and Archaeology of the Koguryo Kingdom

Editor:
Mark E Byington

Publication Date:
July 2016

Publisher:
University of Hawai'i Press




Abstract:

This volume contains twelve studies on the history and archaeology of the Koguryo kingdom, which existed from the first century B.C. to 668, its territories encompassing the northern part of the Korean peninsula and much of southern Manchuria. The studies presented here were written by specialists in various disciplines, covering issues in Koguryo’s political history, its archaeological remains, its mortuary system and tomb art, and its place in historiography.

Table of Contents:

Introduction. Mark E. Byington

Part One: History
1 Koguryo State Formation and Han’s Xuantu Commandery. Mark E. Byington
2 East Asia in the Fourth Century and Changes in Koguryo’s Foreign Policies. Yeo HoKyu
3 Koguryo and Its Political and Cultural Impact on East Asia. Lee Sungsi

Part Two: Archaeology
4 Recent Archaeological Discoveries and Studies on Koguryo in Liaoning Province. Li Xinquan 
5 The Discovery and Study of Koguryo Remains in Jilin Province. Jin Xudong
6 North Korean Research on Koguryo Remains: Status and Results. Baek Jong-oh 
7 Findings from Research on Koguryo Remains in South Korea. Choi Jongtaik

Part Three: Tombs and Funerary Art
8 Historical Changes in Koguryo Tombs. Azuma Ushio
9 Koguryo Tomb Painting: Definition, Sources, Comparisons, Context. Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt
10 A Reassessment of the Emergence of the Images of the Four Animals of the Cardinal Directions in Koguryo Funerary Art. Ariane Perrin

Part Four: Historiography
11 On Parhae as Successor to Koguryo. Song Ki-ho
12 The Perception of Koguryo in Silla and Koryo. Noh Taedon

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