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  Baekje information - Search.com
Baekje (18 BCE (legendary) – 660 CE) was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, together with Goguryeo and Silla.
Baekje was established by immigrants from Goguryeo who spoke a Buyeo language, a hypothetical group linking the languages of Gojoseon, Buyeo, Goguryeo, Baekje, and early Japanese.
Baekje was briefly revived in the Later Three Kingdoms of Korea period, as Unified Silla collapsed.
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  Reference Encyclopedia - Baekje
Baekje (October 18 BCE – August 660 CE) was a kingdom in the southwest of the Korean Peninsula.
Baekje was briefly revived in the Later Three Kingdoms of Korea period, as Unified Silla collapsed.
It was during the reign of Emperor Wu of Liang that Baekje relocated its capital to southern Korea.
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  Baekje - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baekje claimed to be a successor state to Buyeo, a state in present-day northeastern China around the time of Gojoseon's fall.
Baekje was briefly revived in the Later Three Kingdoms of Korea period, as Unified Silla collapsed.
In contemporary South Korea, Baekje relics are often symbolic of the local cultures of the southwest, especially in Chungnam and Jeolla.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Baekje   (2231 words)

  
 Baekje   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Baekje (백제, 百濟;) was a kingdom in southwestern Korea.
According to Samguk Sagi, Baekje was founded in 18 BC by by King Onjo, who led a group of people from the kingdom of Buyeo in Manchuria, to the Han River region in the middle of Korea.
After that period, Baekje retreated under the continuous, southward, military threat of Goguryeo, and in 475, the capital, Hanseong, was overrun by the invading troops of Goguryeo.
bopedia.com /en/wikipedia/b/ba/baekje.html   (470 words)

  
 Upto11.net - Wikipedia Article for Baekje
In the 5th century, Baekje retreated under the southward military threat of Goguryeo, and in 475, the capital, Hanseong (present day Seoul), was overrun by the invading troops of Goguryeo.
Baekje divided its government officials into sixteen official ranks, and it seems that the government officials in the rank of Sol from the first, Jwapyeong, to the sixth, Naesol, may have been the commanders in the fields of politics, administration, military.
Baekje's diplomatic policy for China was changed after Dongjin was destroyed in 418 CE and Song Dynasty (a state and dynasty in ancient China) was founded in 420 CE; Baekje sent envoys frequently to Song and received official rank and asked for all kinds of books and technological expertise.
upto11.net /generic_wiki.php?q=baekje   (2488 words)

  
 Ge-Baek   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Baekje Dynasty flourished for six centuries from 18 BC until it was defeated by Silla in 660.
Baekje was established by refugees from Goguryeo in the southwest corner of the Korean peninsula, close to the site of present-day Seoul.
The Baekje dynasty was destroyed after 678 years of rule, but the name of Ge-Baek is still recognised for his bravery and his fierce loyalty to his country.
bopedia.com /en/wikipedia/g/ge/ge_baek.html   (274 words)

  
 Baekje History Museum
According to Baekjebongi in Samguksagi, Baekje settled its territory in the 13th year (6 B.C.) of King Onjo and the boundaries were Paeha in the north and Ungcheon in the south and the sea in the west and Juyang in the east.
After Baekje was dispossessed of the basin of the Han-gang(river) by Goguryeo, Baekje may have concentrated all its energies on the stabilization of royal authority and the management of the south for a while.
Baekje’s efforts to recapture the basin of the Han-gang(river) bore fruit during the reign of King Seong.
baekje.chungnam.go.kr /eng/new_hist/main/out_war.htm   (818 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: King Geunchogo of Baekje
King Geunchogo of Baekje (?-375, reigned 346-375) was the 13th king of the ancient Korean kingdom of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea.
The tribes of Mahan were all brought under Baekje's sway in the year 369.
In the year 371, the Baekje army took the fortress of Pyongyang and killed King Gogugwon of Goguryeo.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/King_Geunchogo_of_Baekje   (442 words)

  
 국무총리실 (Prime Minister of Korea)
Baekje and Silla were prominent in the south, Goguryeo in the north.
Goguryeo was the first to adopt Buddhism as the royal creed in 372; Baekje, the second in 384; and Silla, the last in 528.
The Baekje king and his family were taken to Tang in 660 and a Tang general appointed a military governor to rule the Baekje territory.
www.opm.go.kr /warp/webapp/content/view?meta_id=english&id=37   (1024 words)

  
 :: CYBER MUSEUM OF DAEGAYA ...
In the early sixth century Baekje rearranged the relation to Tamla (nowadays, the Jeju island) and debouched to the Seomjingang valley, focusing its own attention on the Jeolla-do region.
Therefore, Baekje was unable to actively curb the debouchment of Silla to the Gaya region.
Baekje could never give up the downstream region of the Hangang because this region was not only a strategically and economically important place, but was the cradle of the state.
www.daegaya.net /english/C/c53.htm   (1375 words)

  
 :: CYBER MUSEUM OF DAEGAYA ...
Baekje, which had kept a friendly relation to Gaya, had difficulty to actively resist Silla’s encroachment of Gaya since the late fourth century.
Baekje was unable to give up the region, Baekje mobilized the Gaya army and the Wae army and attacked the Gwansanseong in 554.
The Baekje side, which initiated attacks was advantaged in the early stages of the war.
www.daegaya.net /english/C/c23.htm   (808 words)

  
 Welcome to ChungCheongnam-do > History > Scent of the Baekje Kingdom
The Baekje Cultural Festival is a one of a kind festival which focuses on Baekje¡¯s culture and magnificence.
In addition, the Baekje Cultural Festival is rich with more cultural events from the Ungjin Period such as a memorial ceremony for the four kings, a throne succession ceremony of King Muryeong, a historical Baekje street parade, and others.
Baekje culture is the root of Korean and Japanese folk culture.
www.chungnam.net /content/universal/english/01/engl.01.004.003.html   (958 words)

  
 GONGJU NATIONAL MUSEUM
Before Baekje moved its capital to Ungjin, the area around Gongju belonged to Mahan, which was a strong group.
After moving the capital to Ungjin, the royal family of Baekje created the new culture by harmonizing native aristocratic culture with Baekje's central culture and incorporating aspects of Chinese culture.
The new culture is evidenced by artifacts excavated from ancient tombs at Gongsan-seong and Songsan-ri, as exhibited in this hall.
gongju.museum.go.kr /engweb/exhibition/ex_hall_2/exhibition02.html   (222 words)

  
 Munju of Baekje - Definition, explanation
Munju (reigned 475–477) was the twenty-first king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea.
He was the first king to rule Baekje from its new capital in Ungjin, present-day Gongju, after the Han River valley was lost to Goguryeo.
He ascended to the throne after his father’s death in the sack of the former Baekje capital at Hanseong.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/m/mu/munju_of_baekje.php   (222 words)

  
 ::: Welcome to Gyeonggi Province :::
Hanseong Baekje is an ancient nation founded by the Han River in 18 B.C..
Baekje flourished culturally as they accepted the advanced culture of China's Namjo, and spread the study of Chinese classics to Japan.
Through this exhibition, over 100 pieces of relics of Hanseong Baekje that the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum possesses, along with a total of over 500 pieces that are owned by nationwide national/public museums will find their way to the public.
english.kg21.net /board/viewToday.jsp?lm=01&seq=551   (375 words)

  
 Weekly Book Info: Gilt-bronze Incense Burner of Baekje Dynasty - Welcome to Seoul Selection - Shop for Korean Cultural ...
It is a study of the cultural significance of Baekje culture with emphasis on one of the country¡¯s most historic artifacts, the gilt-bronze incense burner.
The author of this study points out potential errors and misunderstandings in the interpretation of the cultural significance of the Baekje incense burner.
More importantly, the author criticizes Korean scholars for their lack of rigor in researching Baekje traditions; the author accuses them of too much reliance on examples from Chinese archeological excavations and common historical theories of the past.
www.seoulselection.com /weekly_book_info_view.html?bid=272   (223 words)

  
 Korean Architecture: Shin Sung-kyom shrine, Daegu
In order to save the king's life, Shin pretended to be the king while Wang Geon fled homeward.
Shin was captured and summarily executed by the Baekje army.
Although Later-Baekje won the battle, it lost the war.
www.orientalarchitecture.com /taegu/SHINSEONGGYEOM.htm   (448 words)

  
 History of Korea: The Three Kingdoms
In 342, however, Goguryeo's capital fell to the Chinese Yen.
Baekje amassed power while Goguryeo was fighting against the Chinese, and came into conflict with Goguryeo in the late fourth century.
Then came the growth of Silla with a more fully organized state power.
www.koreaaward.com /korea/history_ThreeKingdoms.htm   (996 words)

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