Silla
Silla (57 BC – 935 AD) ([ɕʰilːa]) was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, and one of the world's longest sustained dynasties. Although it was founded by King Park Hyeokgeose, the dynasty was ruled by ...
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Silla
The year 57BC marks the beginning of the Silla Dynasty. Together with the Goguryeo and Baekje, Silla was the third of the Three States Era, controlling the s...
Gyeongju
Gyeongju ([kjəːŋdʑu]) is a coastal city in the far southeastern corner of North Gyeongsang Province in South Korea. It is the second largest city by area in the province after Andong, covering 1,324&#...
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Unified Silla
Unified Silla (668–935) or Later Silla is the name often applied to the Korean kingdom of Silla, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, when it conquered Baekje in 660 and Goguryeo in 668, unifying the s...
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Bone rank system
The bone rank system was the system of aristocratic rank used in the ancient Korean kingdom of Silla. It was used to segregate society, and particularly the layers of the aristocracy, on the basis of ...
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Hwarang
The Hwarang, or "Flower Boys", were an elite group of male youth in Silla, an ancient Korean kingdom that lasted until the 10th century. There were educational institutions as well as social clubs whe...
Cheomseongdae
129°13′18.4″E / 35.83639°N 129.221778°E / 35.83639; 129.221778Cheomseongdae is an astronomical observatory in Gyeongju, South Korea. Cheomseongdae means star-gazing tower in K...
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Crown of Silla
The crowns of Silla were made in the Korean kingdom of Silla approximately in the 5th-7th centuries of the Common Era.These crowns were excavated in Gyeongju, the former capital of Silla, and are desi...
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Royal girdle of Korea
There are several gold girdles of Korea which have been excavated. They are symbols of royalty but lesser belts were worn by governmental officials. These belts have been found in the tombs of both ...
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Bell of King Seongdeok
129°13′40.54″E / 35.8295750°N 129.2279278°E / 35.8295750; 129.2279278The Bell of King Seongdeok is a massive bronze bell, the largest extant bell in Korea. The full Korean nam...
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Sillan language
The Sillan language, or Silla, was spoken in the ancient kingdom of Silla (57 BCE – 935 CE), one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. It is generally accepted that Silla language was similar to that of Gog...
Queen Seondeok of Silla
Queen Seondeok of Silla ([sʰʌndʌk jawʌŋ]; ? - 17 February 647) reigned as Queen of Silla, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, from 632 to 647. She was Silla's twenty-seventh ruler, and its first...
Gukhak
The Gukhak, was the sole recorded institution of higher learning in the Silla period of medieval Korean history. It provided training in the Chinese classics. An earlier institution, the Taehak, had ...
Silsangsa Temple
Silsangsa Temple(in Hangul:실상사, in Hanja:實相寺) is a temple of the Jogye order located in Namwon of North Jeolla Province in South Korea. The temple is a branch temple of the Geumsan Temple in Iksan. Al...
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Galmunwang
Galmunwang (갈문왕, 葛文王; wang=king) was a title used in the early period of the Korean kingdom of Silla. Its precise meaning and function are not known. From Korean sources, namely the Samguk Sagi, it wo...
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Gwisil Jipsa
Gwisil Jipsa (鬼室集斯; Japanese: Kishitsu Shushi), also romanized Kwisil Chipsa, was the son of Gwisil Boksin (鬼室福信; Japanese: Kishitsu Fukushin), a general of Paekche. When Paekche fell in 660 his fathe...
Once Upon a Time in a Battlefield
Once Upon a Time in a Battlefield (Hangul: 황산벌; RR: Hwangsanbul) is a 2003 South Korean war comedy film directed by Lee Joon-ik. Its plot is about the Battle of Hwangsanbeol between Baekj...
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Soji of Silla
Soji of Silla was King of Silla (479–500). He was preceded by Jabi Maripgan (458–479) and succeeded by King Jijeung (500–514).
Gaya–Silla War
The Gaya–Silla War were a series of conflicts between the ancient Korean Kingdom of Silla and the Gaya confederacy.Silla began as one of the six ruling clans of Saro. Around 80, the leadership of Saro...
Buseoksa
Buseoksa Temple (Hangul: 부석사, Hanja: 浮石寺) is a Buddhist temple located near Mt. Bonghwang in Buseok-myeon, Yeongju City, Gyeongsangbuk-do, founded by the prominent scholar-monk Uisang in 676, the 16th...
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Gyeongsun of Silla
Gyeongsun of Silla (c. 897 - 13 May 978) (r. 927–935) was the 56th and final ruler of the Korean kingdom of Silla. A sixth-generation descendant of King Munseong, he was the son of Hyojong by Princes...
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Cheonmachong
Cheonmachong, formerly Tomb No.155, is a tumulus located in Gyeongju, South Korea. The tomb was excavated in 1973 and is believed to date probably from the fifth century but perhaps from the sixth ce...
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Poseokjeong
129°12′44″E / 35.809182°N 129.212265°E / 35.809182; 129.212265The Poseokjeong (Pavilion of Stone Abalone) site near Namsan in Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do South Korea, was built...
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Heondeok of Silla
Heondeok of Silla (died 826) (r. 809–826) was the 41st to rule the Korean kingdom of Silla. He was the younger brother of King Soseong, and served as regent during the reign of Aejang.In 790, Heondeo...
Heongang of Silla
Heongang of Silla (c.861-886) (r. 875–886) was the 49th to rule the Korean kingdom of Silla.According to the Samguk Sagi, he excelled at civil affairs. Heongang was the eldest son of King Gyeongmun; ...
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History of Gyeongju
This article is about the history of Gyeongju. Gyeongju is a coastal city in the far southeastern corner of North Gyeongsang province in South Korea. It is the second largest city by area in the provi...
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