4 edition of Chosŏn sidae songsa sosŏl yŏnʾgu found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 305-315) and index.
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act (34 & 35 Vict. cap. liv) for the extension of Leadenhall Market in the city of London, and for regulation thereof.
Backed by military strength, the government issued iron, bronze and silver currencies to facilitate international trade. Buddhism was increasingly discriminated against, while popular religion was disparaged as superstitious and potentially subversive.
Inter-Korean military confidence building after 2003. When his long sojourn in Dadu provoked criticism, he abdicated for his son but continued to Chosŏn sidae songsa sosŏl yŏnʾgu involved in Korean affairs from his Dadu residence. 650 0 aCourts and courtiers in literature. 880 1 6100-01 a민 영대. This became central to a policy of social reformation and was elevated to the position of state orthodoxy.
It will be argued that the desire for celadon wares was socially conditioned and that celadon were collected for a range of different, though not unrelated reasons, ranging from collectors' pursuit of unique Korean artworks, to their want of genuine antiquities and aesthetic perfection.
The intrinsic value of the metallic currencies in conjunction with state issuance provided monetary stability. 650 0 aRoyal households zKorea. By framing monetary history within a wider perspective of struggles for sovereignty and political hegemony, the article allows a better understanding of domestic and regional dynamics in East Asia. Littlefield, Michael Geoffrey Vannoni, Kim Sang-beom, Jennifer Gay Koelm, John Norman Olsen, Kim Myong-jin i Shin Sung-tack.
Littlefield, Michael Geoffrey Vannoni, Kim Sang-beom, Jennifer Gay Koelm, John Norman Olsen, Kim Myong-jin i Shin Sung-tack.