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  Seongjong of Goryeo - New World Encyclopedia
Seongjong of Goryeo (960–997; reigned 981–997) was the sixth emperor of the medieval Korean empire of Goryeo.
King Taejo, the founder king of the Goryeo Dynasty (918-1392), wrote ten injunctions for his successors to observe.
Seongjong of Goryeo was born in 960, the second son of Daejong, and a grandson of Emperor Taejo (태조; 太祖; the founder of the Goryeo Dynasty).
www.newworldencyclopedia.org /entry/Seongjong_of_Goryeo   (1741 words)

  
 Wang Go Biography
In 1314 when King Chungseon passed the throne to his son Ratnashri (King Chungsuk), Öljeyitü was installed as Crown Prince and sent to the Yuan court as a hostage by rule.
King Chungsuk, who was allowed to return to Goryeo in 1325, passed the throne to Buddhashri in 1330 but was reinstated after two years because Buddhashri was deposed by Yuan.
King Chunghye was arrested in 1343 and died while being transported to Guangdong.
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 EXODUS DMC
As the king had successor, his mother and her family, in order to have her own family member on the throne, plotted to eliminate king's uncle Soon, who was supposed to be a king after Mokjong.
The King transferred the throne to his son and stayed in Yuan.The king was fed up with politics with Yuan's excessive intervention on domestic affairs.
Priest Shindon was adopted at the court by the king, and he reformed by releasing the slaves and returning the land to the original owners.
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  Wang Go Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 1314 when King Chungseon passed the throne to his son Ratnashri (King Chungsuk) ?ljeyitü was installed as Crown Prince and sent to the Yuan court as a hostage by rule.
King Chungsuk who was allowed to return to Goryeo in 1325 passed the throne to Buddhashri in 1330 but was reinstated after two years because Buddhashri was deposed by Yuan.
King Chunghye was arrested in 1343 and died while being transported to Guangdong.
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  Goryeo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Goryeo ruled Korea from the fall of Silla in 935 until the founding of Joseon in 1392.
Terminologies used in the court of Goryeo was that of an empire, not of a kingdom.
The House Yi of Inju (인주이씨, 仁州李氏) married the kings from Munjong to the 17th king, Injong.
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 Wang Go - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1314 when King Chungseon passed the throne to his son Ratnashri (King Chungsuk), Öljeyitü was installed as Crown Prince and sent to the Yuan court as a hostage by rule.
King Chungsuk, who was allowed to return to Goryeo in 1325, passed the throne to Buddhashri in 1330 but was reinstated after two years because Buddhashri was deposed by Yuan.
King Chunghye was arrested in 1343 and died while being transported to Guangdong.
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 Wang Go - Glasgledius
In 1314 when King Chungseon passed the throne to his son Ratnashri (King Chungsuk), Öljeitü was installed as Crown Prince and sent to the Yuan court as a hostage by rule.
However, when King Chungsuk fathered Buddhashri (King Chunghye), Öljeitü forced to abdicate from crown prince, but King Chungseon transferred his post of King of Shen to him instead.
The title of King of Shen was originally given to King Chungseon by Khaishan (Külüg Khan) after his support of Khaisan's succession in 1307.
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 Taejo of Goryeo - New World Encyclopedia
Taejo was crowned king and renamed the kingdom Goryeo, thus beginning Goryeo Dynasty.
Balhae's rule over the vast region of Manchuria and parts of Siberia was overthrown by the Khitan invasion in 926, and the majority of its people came to Goryeo as refugees led by Balhae's last Crown Prince Dae Gwang-Hyun.
Taejo, hearing of the news of the conflict between the two kingdoms to the south, felt he had an opportunity to absorb Baekje and Silla into Goryeo, and attacked Gyeon's troops on the way back home from Silla, at Gongsan near Daegu.
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In 1424(6th year of king Sejong), king gathered soldiers and naturalized persons-Olryanghap(兀良哈) and Oljeokhap(兀狄哈) in Gyeonghoeru, Gyeongbok palace and let them shoot arrows and gave the prizes of a horn bow to each of the ones who successfully hit the Mogu in all 3 attempts and thereby Mogu began to be executed in Joseon.
Preceding phrase is the content explaining that the king Euijong of Dang dynasty was very good at hitting the ball and he threw a ball in the air and hit it several hundred times thus all of the players of both teams admired him.
Latter phrase is the content telling that king Taejo was selected as a player of a large scaled gyeokgu in that king Gongmin attended for observation and demonstrated various skills such as chinimagi, utmagi thus all of the peoples gathered along the broad road were surprised.
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 Rulers of Korea - TvWiki, the free encyclopedia
Beginning with Chungnyeol (the twenty-fifth king), all the remaining kings of Goryeo had the title Wang – the standard Sino-Korean word for "King" – as part of their temple names.
Some of the kings were posthumously raised to the rank of emperors.
Two kings – Yeonsangun and Gwanghaegun – were so disgraced in the eyes of later official historians that they were deprived of their temple names after their reigns ended.
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 China History Forum, Chinese History Forum > Korean History in a nutshell
However, according to Samguk Yusa, King Onjo was the son of Jumong (King Dongmyeongseong), the founder of Goguryeo.
King Gaeru is believed to have moved the capital to the Bukhan Mountain Fortress in 132.
All terminologies used in the court of Goryeo was that of an empire, not of a kingdom.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /lofiversion/index.php/t1898.html   (17608 words)

  
 Korean Buddhism
However, during the reign of King Gongmin, under the supervision of Naong, the tradition of "examinations for the practice and study of Seon" was once again re-established.
This holds a particularly important meaning, because the reimplementation of the monk’s exam, which was suspended after the expulsion of Shin Don, greatly helped in reinvigorating the atmosphere of Buddhism and in stimulating the spirit of the sangha.
In 1376, while Naong was in the process of moving to Youngwon-sa in Milseong (present day Miryang) on the king's authority, he passed away at Silleuk-sa in Yeoju on May 15 at the age of 56, after 37 years in the sangha.
www.koreanbuddhism.net /master/priest_read.asp?cat_seq=10&priest_seq=14&page=1   (1369 words)

  
 :: International Zen-Temple in Berlin ::
King Munmu, who had managed to unify the Three Kingdoms, made the people build and restore fortresses again and again.
But if the king rules unjustly then, though the largest possible fortress is set up, calamity cannot be avoided.” On reading Uisang’s letter, the king canceled the project of building a new fortress.
In 821 CE (the 13th year of King Heondeok), Master Doui returned to Silla to propagate the teachings of the Chinese Southern Chan School.
www.international-zen-temple.de /en/zen/transmission.htm   (6204 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Among them, the period of building Hongbeopsa temple at Gaeseong was not known and the history of Goryeo states that King Chunghye came to this temple in 1342 and asked the Buddhist monk Hakseon how to live long.
There was a time gap over 800 years between them and it is a great reason that the historical material value of the tale of dependent origination of Gwaneumsa Temple as the original tale of Simcheong Story was doubtful.
First, from historical records, the period of vigorous exchanges between Korea and China belonged to the Goryeo Kingdom.
www.simcheong.com /english/simcheong/contents01/01mu02_04_03.htm   (261 words)

  
 Science Fair Projects - Goryeo
The 5th king, Gyeongjong (경종, 景宗) launched land-ownership reformation called Jeonsigwa (전시과田柴科) and the 6th King Seongjong(성종, 成宗) appointed officials to local areas, which were previously succeeded by the lords.
King U put the general Yi Seong-gye (later Taejo) in charge, but he stopped at the border and rebelled.
Goryeo is also sometimes used as a politically neutral name in the Korean language for the whole of Korea.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Goryeo_Dynasty   (974 words)

  
 KNTO Destination Guide - Jincheon Hyanggyo   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is widely presumed that Jincheon Hyanggyo was founded in the early years of the Joseon Dynasty.
However, there are those who presume that it was founded in 1240, the 13th year of the reign of King Chunghye of the Goryeo Dynasty.
Transportation: It takes about 10 min.on foot from the Jincheon Intercity Bus Terminal.
www.visitkorea.or.kr /eng/info_db/dest/sight_detail.jsp?seqno=632   (196 words)

  
 Wang Go: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Wang Go
In 1314 when King Chungseon[?] passed the throne to his son Ratnashri (King Chungsuk[?]), Öljeitü was installed as Crown Prince and sent to the Yuan court as a hostage by rule.
However, when King Chungsuk fathered Buddhashri (King Chunghye[?]), Öljeitü forced to abdicate from crown prince, but King Chungseon transferred his post of King of Shen to him instead.
The title of King of Shen was originally given to King Chungseon by Khaishan (Külüg Khan[?]) after his support of Khaisan's succession in 1307.
www.encyclopedian.com /wa/Wang-Go.html   (412 words)

  
 Goryeo   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The 5th king, Gyeongjong (경종, 景宗) launched land-ownership reformation called Jeonshigwa (전시과田柴科) and the 6th King Sungjong(성종, 成宗) appointed officials to local areas, which were previously succeeded by the lords.
The House Lee of Inju (인주이씨, 仁州李氏) married the kings from Munjong to the 17th king, Injong.
King U put the general Yi Seonggye (later Taejo) in charge, but he stopped at the border and rebelled.
hallencyclopedia.com /Goryeo   (1013 words)

  
 Wang Go   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 1314 when King Chungseon passed the throne to his son Ratnashri (King Chungsuk),Öljeyitü was installed as Crown Prince and sent to the Yuan court as a hostage by rule.
King Chungsuk, who was allowed to return to Goryeo in 1325, passed the throne to Buddhashri in 1330 but was reinstated aftertwo years because Buddhashri was deposed by Yuan.
When King Gongmin died in 1374, the Yuan Dynasty in Mongolia triedto appoint him again and a faction in Goryeo welcomed the plan, but it was eventually failed.
www.therfcc.org /wang-go-267419.html   (386 words)

  
 Knowledge King - Rulers of Korea   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The first king had the temple name Taejo, which means "great progenitor" and was applied to the first kings of both Goryeo and Joseon, as they were also the founders of the Wang and Yi Dynasties respectively.
Joseon was the name of Korea during most the Joseon Dynasty, which ruled from the fall of Goryeo in 1392 until the beginning of the Japanese Colonial Period in 1910.
Each king had a posthumous name—which was different from his temple name—that included either the title Wang ("King") or Daewang ("King X the Great").
www.knowledgeking.net /encyclopedia/r/ru/rulers_of_korea.html   (934 words)

  
 goryeo - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
The Goryeo kingdom ruled Korea from the fall of Silla in 935 until the founding of Joseon in 1392.
The English name "Korea" comes from "Goryeo." The Goryeo period was a culturally rich one in Korea's history.
After the Mongol invasion, Mongols forced Goryeo to give up on its status as an empire and it became a kingdom under Mongolian imperial sphere.
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 Read about Goryeo at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Goryeo and learn about Goryeo here!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Gwangjong, the 4th King, made a series of laws including that of freeing slaves in 958, and one creating the exam for hiring civil officials.
The House Yi of Inju (인주이씨, 仁州李氏) married the kings from Munjong to the 17th king,
Goryeo is also sometimes used as a politically neutral name in the
encyclopedia.worldvillage.com /s/b/Goryeo   (754 words)

  
 Rulers of Korea
All kings of Gaya had the Korean title Wang, which means "king." This list represents the Kim Dynasty of Geumgwan Gaya.
King Chungnyeol (1274-1308) (Chungnyeol was the first king of Goryeo to have the title Wang, which means "King")
Some of the kings were posthumously raised to the rank of emperors.
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Baekje was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea in the 1st millennium CE (along with Goguryeo and Silla), and fell to Silla in 660.
Joseon was the name of Korea during most the Joseon Dynasty, which ruled from the fall of Goryeo in 1392 until the beginning of the Republic of Korea in 1919.
Two kings – Yeonsangun and Gwanghaegun – were so disgraced in the eyes of later official historians that they were deprived of their temple names after their reigns ended.
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 List of state leaders in 1330 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Norway - Magnus VII, King of Norway (1319-1355 (as regent 1343-1355))
Sweden - Magnus II, King of Sweden (1319-1363)
Cyprus - Hugh IV, King of Cyprus (1324-1359)
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 Rulers of Korea - Wikpedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Baekje was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea in the 1st millennium AD (along with Goguryeo and Silla), and fell to Silla in 660.
Goguryeo was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea in the first millennium AD (along with Baekje and Silla), and fell to Silla in 668.
Goguryeo was ruled by Go Dynasty and was the only one of the three realms that is described as the Empire, and its vassals used the title of king.
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 Goryeo - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Goryeo (also Koryo) kingdom ruled Korea from the fall of Silla in 935 until the founding of Joseon in 1392.
This page was last modified 12:30, 18 Jun 2005.
Goryeo, History, Rulers of Goryeo and See also.
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 Goryeo Dynasty Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 Rulers of Korea - Gurupedia
(Incidentally, "Goryeo" is the source of the English name "Korea.") In 1392, the kingdom fell to the
Joseon was the name of Korea during most the Joseon Dynasty, which ruled from the fall of
Goryeo in 1392 until the beginning of the Japanese Colonial Period in 1910.
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 What is Goryeo? : Abaara fun facts and uncommon knowledge   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Goryeo kingdom ruled Korea from the fall of
The 5th king, Gyeongjong (경종, 景宗) launched land-ownership reformation called Jeonsigwa (전시과田柴科) and the 6th King
This led to the coup of Yi Ja-gyeom in
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 Middle East Open Encyclopedia: Goryeo   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This is an extract from The Middle East Open Encyclopedia, made possible through the Wikimedia Foundation.
Iraq Museum International always displays the most recent published revision of the source article, Goryeo; all previous versions may be viewed here.
They link directly to authoring tools for you to start writing a particular article.
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 Wang Computer   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Is there any agreement on whether or not to remove references like "Wang, the male organ of copulation"?
Wang Go Wang Go (王暠 in Pinyin: wang2 gao3; Mongolian name: Öljeyitü 完澤禿; ?-1345) was a King of Shen (瀋王) of the Yuan Dynasty.
Sodium percarbonate SPC is white free flowing granular, it is also named as solid Hydrogen Peroxide, but easier to use than Hydrogen Peroxide.
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