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A History of the Early Korean Kingdom of Paekche, together with an annotated translation of The Paekche Annals of the Samguk sagi

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Publication Date: 03/01/2007

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555 pages

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6 maps

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  • Preface
  • I. A History of the Early Korean Kingdom of Paekche
    • 1. The Samguk Sagi and Its Representation of Early Paekche History
    • 2. The Hansong Era: Paekche from 350 to 475
    • 3. From Recovery at Ungjin to Disaster at Kuch’on: Paekche from 475 to 554
    • 4. Royal Power during the Kingdom’s Final Century: Paekche from 554 to 660
  • II. The Paekche Annals of the Samguk sagi
    • 1. (Samguk sagi, Chapter 23): The Annals of the Dynastic Founder, King Onjo, and the Kings Taru, Kiru, Kaeru, and Ch’ogo
    • 2. (Samguk sagi, Chapter 24): The Annals of the Kings Kusu, Saban, Koi, Ch’aekkye, Punso, Piryu, Kye, Kunch’ogo, Kun’gusu, and Ch’imnyu
    • 3. (Samguk sagi, Chapter 25): The Annals of the Kings Chinsa, Asin, Chonji, Kuisin, Piyu, and Kaero
    • 4. (Samguk sagi, Chapter 26): The Annals of the Kings Munju, Samjun, Tongsong, Muryong, and Song
    • 5. (Samguk sagi, Chapter 27): The Annals of the Kings Widok, Hye, Pop, and Mu
    • 6. (Samguk sagi, Chapter 28): The Annals of the King Uija
  • Appendices
    • 1. Calculating the Approximate Ages of Paekche’s Earliest Kings Appearing in the Paekche Annals
    • 2. The P’ae and Tae Rivers
    • 3. Ch’ogo-Kunch’ogo and Kusu-Kun’gusu
    • 4. King Piryu
    • 5. King Modo of Paekche
    • 6. Designations for King Muryong
    • 7. Problematic Dating of the Reigns of Tongsong and Muryong
    • 8. Toksan Fortress and Ongmun Valley
    • 9. The Dating and Circumstances of the Battlefield Death of King Song
    • 10. The Date of King Widok’s Accession
    • 11. The Tung-ch’ing Region
    • 12. Poksin
    • 13. Prince P’ung
    • 14. Paekche Armor Presentations to the T’ang Court
    • 15. Price Kyogi and Senior Counselor Chijok
    • 16. Paekche’s Capture of Taeya Fortress and Its Repercussions
    • 17. The Dating of the Paekche-Koguryo Attack on Tang-hang Fortress
    • 18. The Defeat of Paekche General Uijik’s Army in 648
    • 19. The Defeat of Paekche General Unsang’s Army in 649
    • 20. The Paekche Annals’ Silence on Paekche’s Relations with the Japanese Archipelago between 428 and 653
    • 21. The Manghae Pavilion and the Date of Its Construction
    • 22. The Omen of the Temple-Circumambulating Horse
    • 23. The Paekche Annals’ Claim of the Po-hai and Malgal Domination of Portions of Paekche’s Former Domain at the End of the Seventh Century
  • Reference Matter
  • Key to Citations in the Concordance and the Geographical Glossary
  • Concordance
  • Geographical Glossary: Place Names in the Paekche Annals
  • Historical Maps
  • Bibliographies
  • Index

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