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  Silla   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Silla absorbed the Gaya confederacy, annexing Geumgwan Gaya in 532 and conquering Dagaya in 562, thereby expanding its borders to the Nakdong River basin.
The capital of the Silla kingdom was Gyeongju.
Silla tombs took the form of a stone chamber which was surrounded by a soil mound.
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 Silla   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Silla (sometimes spelled Shilla) (신라; 新羅) is one of the three kingdoms of ancient Korea.
Silla conquered the other two kingdoms in the 7th century: Baekje in 660 and Goguryeo in 668.
Silla tombs took the form of a stone chamber tomb which was surrounded by a soil mound.
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Silla's King Nulchi concluded an alliance with Paekche six years later in an attempt to counter the implications of that move and to check the pressure being exerted by Koguryo on their northern frontiers.
Silla warriors drove through the Han and Imjin River valleys, taking possession of the richest agricultural land in the peninsula, the military and draft labor services of peasants, iron mines, and ten communities along the upper reaches of the Han River.
Silla's earlier subjugation of the island of Ullung in the East Sea and its conquest of the northern Kaya tribes created a springboard for its advance along the fertile Naktong River.
www.koreanhistoryproject.org /Ket/C02/E0207.htm   (3313 words)

 Silla - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Silla, indigenous Korean kingdom founded in the 4th century ad, as Chinese influence in Korea was waning.
The Silla Observatory is located on a mountain, Cerro la Silla, about 90 km (about 56 mi) northeast of La Serena, Chile.
Buddhism became the dominant system of thought during the Unified Silla period and exercised great influence over literature and art.
ca.encarta.msn.com /Silla.html   (68 words)

 Silla - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Silla (also spelled Shilla) was one of the three kingdoms of ancient Korea.
Silla became a fully grown kingdom during the second period (514~654).
Traditionally it is said that Silla, also known as Seorabeol or Saro, was founded by Bak Hyeokgeose in 57 BC, by unifying and expanding the loose confederation known as Jinhan.
www.voyager.in /Silla   (833 words)

 Object of the Month - Korean Pedestal Bowl
According to legend, the kingdom of Silla was founded in the year 57 BC in the Chinhan area in southeast Korea.
Fifth and sixth century Silla burial items of high quality were recovered from the burial chambers in great quantity, including as well fine gold and jade objects worn by the deceased.
The characteristic pottery of Silla and Kaya (a small federation of five principalities) is a high-fired gray stoneware.
mcclungmuseum.utk.edu /objectmo/ob-9710.htm   (603 words)

 Unified Silla
Both Parhae and Silla established peaceful diplomatic relations with the Tang dynasty and began to assimilate Tang institutions and culture, a major factor in the later blossoming of their native cultures.
Silla exports to China included finely crafted weapons decorated with gold and silver and elaborately engraved with hunting falcons and hawks, gold and silver arrowheads and arrow cases, and silver needle cases with decorative engravings.
During the late ninth century, Silla became a virtual miniature replica of the Tang Dynasty.
koreanhistoryproject.org /Ket/C03/E0304.htm   (2267 words)

 North Korea - Silla
Because Silla had to resist encroaching Tang forces, its sway was limited to the area south of the Taedong River.
Silla and Tang China had a great deal of contact inasmuch as large numbers of students, officials, and monks traveled to China for study and observation.
Silla in particular, however, developed a flourishing indigenous civilization that was among the most advanced in the world.
countrystudies.us /north-korea/7.htm   (638 words)

 About La Silla
La Silla is a 2400-m mountain, bordering the southern extremity of the Atacama desert in Chile.
In January of that same year, the road connection to La Silla was completed; then, on March 24, 1966, the dedication of the road took place with the presence of many authorities and guests, such as the Archbishop of La Serena and the ESO’s President G. Funke.
In 1971, the 1.2-m Schmidt was finally installed in La Silla, as was the ESO 50 cm -a duplicate of the Copenhagen 50 cm-.
www.ls.eso.org /lasilla/user-info/aboutls.html   (2545 words)

 Arrowhead Radiator Service - Silla Radiator Warranty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Silla Cooling Systems warrants their radiators and condensers, under normal use and service, for as long as the original purchaser owns the vehicle in which the radiator was originally installed.
Silla Cooling Systems' warranty of its products to be free of all defects in material and workmanship, as limited herein, shall be in lieu of and exclusive of all other warranties, except warranties implied by law.
Silla Cooling Systems neither assumes, nor authorizes any person to assume for it, any obligation or liability other than as herein expressly stated.
www.arrowheadradiator.com /silla_warranty.htm   (480 words)

For a long time Silla has held central place in the realm of ancient Korean historiography, which explains the relative abundance on articles on Silla compared with Paekche and Koguryô, not to mention Kaya or Palhae.
It was Silla that overcame its rivals to unite the peninsula (some argue only the southern portion) in 668.
Nelson, Sarah M. "Roots of Animism in Korea: From the Earliest Inhabitants to the Silla Kingdom." In Ho-Youn Kwon, ed.
www2.hawaii.edu /~dkane/Silla.htm   (845 words)

 Korea, South Silla - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International ...
Each of these dynasties was marked by initial periods of consolidation, the flourishing of civilization, and eventual decline.
The first 215 years of the Silla Dynasty were marked by the establishment of new political, legal, and education institutions of considerable vigor.
Silla began to decline, however, in the latter part of the eighth century when rebellions began to shake its foundations.
workmall.com /wfb2001/korea_south/korea_south_history_silla.html   (208 words)

 MozartForum - Lucio Silla (KV 135)
Therefore, in order to provide the singers with this opportunity, knowing the character of the voice of each singer was essential to the composer, who would not embark on the actual composition of the arias until he had heard the vocalists sing.
It is not, as is the case in Mozart’s later operas, related to the drama itself; but there is a mood of tyrannical pride, pressaging both the angry, mean tyrant and the enlightened ruler who gives up power for the sake of his people.
In the next scene Silla, who is irritated by Giunia and who rejects his love for her, is advised by his sister Celia to be nice and gentle to Giunia in order to conquer her.
www.mozartforum.com /VB_forum/printthread.php?t=1016   (3888 words)

 Golden Treasures: The Royal Tombs of Silla | Special Topics Page | Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Kyôngju, the capital of the kingdoms of Old Silla (57 B.C.–668 A.D.) and Unified Silla (668–935), is dotted with impressive mounds of royal tombs.
The Silla elite's desire for gold ornaments originally arose from contacts with various kingdoms of China and with the nomadic cultures of the northeast.
Close similarities between the gold ornaments and crystal and jade necklaces of Silla and Japan illustrate the deep ties shared by the elites of the two neighboring kingdoms and the eastern flow of artisans and goods.
www.metmuseum.org /toah/hd/sila/hd_sila.htm   (744 words)

 Female Hero: Queen Sondok (Women in World History Curriculum)
Her father was the king of the Silla kingdom, which had emerged in the south about 250 and 350 AD, and by the end of the 7th century would manage to unify the whole peninsula.
The Confucian model, which placed women in a subordinate position within the family, was not to have a major impact in Korea until the fifteenth century.
She was the first of three females rulers of the kingdom, and was immediately secceeded by her cousin Chindok, who ruled until 654.
www.womeninworldhistory.com /heroine7.html   (611 words)

 Chapter Apolonius and Silla of Apolonius and Silla by Barnaby Rich
This Pontus that was lorde and gouernour of this famous ile, was an auncient duke, and had twoo children, a soonne and a daughter, his sonne was named Siluio, of whom hereafter we shall haue further occasion to speake, but at this instant he was in the partes of Africa, seruyng in the warres.
The daughter her name was Silla, whose beautie was so perelesse, that she had the soueraintie emongest all other dames, aswell for her beautie as for the noblenesse of her birthe.
But Apolonius commyng but lately from out of the feelde, from the chasyng of his enemies, and his furie not yet thoroughly desolved, nor purged from his stomacke, gaue no regarde to these amourous entisementes, whiche by reason of his youth, he had not been acquainted with all.
www.bibliomania.com /0/5/94/207/15378/1.html   (175 words)

 Hotel Silla
The Hotel Silla, ideally situated in the Medieval and Rennaissance heart of Florence, on the left bank of the Arno river, is close to the principal museums, churches, and shopping areas.
Payment for the Hotel Silla is made directly to the hotel upon checkout, using cash or any major credit card.
A written confirmation, along with a Hotel Silla brochure, will be sent to your mailing address at least one month prior to your confirmed reservation.
www.domani-usa.com /florence/silla   (303 words)

 La Silla Observatory Mirror Site
As part of this activity, the electronics from the old La Silla earth-station are being moved to Paranal.
To facilitate this move, the direct satellite link between Garching and La Silla was shut down on Saturday December 13 at 6:30 am La Silla time.
Accordingly, the links to the La Silla Observatory Site on the ESO Home Page and in the Observing Facilities area are pointing to this mirror.
www.eso.org /misc/msg/19971216   (232 words)

 Bill Keel's Telescope Life List - ESO, La Silla
About 100 km north of Cerro Tololo (within sight when the lighting is just right), atop Cerro La Silla, are the facilities of ESO, which can nearly match telescope for telescope the facilities operated by both Kitt Peak and Cerro Tololo.
La Silla is also home to the Swedish-ESO Submiillimeter Telescope (SEST), a high-accuracy 15-meter dish which has proven especially valuable in mapping molecular gas in the Magellanic Clouds as well as the southern Galactic plane.
It is shown here while still under construction (just after that embarrassing incident involving software limits, the Sun near zenith, and a melted secondary reflector), and against a fog bank after coming into operation a year later.
www.astr.ua.edu /keel/telescopes/eso.html   (655 words)

 The Lurch Files Cousin Itt Biography
Felix Silla was born in Rome Italy, and immigrated to the United States when he was sixteen.
It was here that the producers of the newly signed Addams Family show saw him.
Silla has portraid many different characters in many tv shows as well as Cinema.
www.geocities.com /TelevisionCity/Studio/6000/itt.htm   (548 words)

Silla is a Hollywood legend, and deserves your respect and admiration!
Felix Silla is the mastermind behind such fantastic moments in film and television as Twiki the robot in Buck Rogers in the 25
Silla trained as a circus performer, came to the United States in 1955, and toured with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Show.
www.monkeyspit.net /sites/fansite   (475 words)

 Felix Silla Photos - Felix Silla News - Felix Silla Information
Felix Silla was born on January 11, 1937 in a small village outside Rome, Italy.
Felix and Susan Silla have two children, Bonnie and Michael.
Felix Silla had a Star Wars role as the the flying ewok in Return of the Jedi (edit)
www.tv.com /felix-silla/person/5582/summary.html   (373 words)

 APOD: 2004 September 23 - La Silla's Starry Night   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
Taking advantage of a recent visit to this first European Southern Observatory (ESO) site constructed on a mountain top in Chile, ESO software engineer Nico Housen recorded this stunning sky view.
Beyond it, silhouetted by starlight, is the dome of one of La Silla's large optical instruments, a 3.6 meter telescope.
antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov /apod/ap040923.html   (174 words)

Most of the pictures included in the ESO Photo Gallery for the La Silla Observatory have not been published elsewhere.
More details about the telescopes shown here will be found on the dedicated webpages that can be reached via the La Silla homepage.
Other relevant ESO photos may be found within in the ESO Press Releases.
www.eso.org /outreach/gallery/las   (97 words)

 Dragon*Con Biography: [Felix Silla]
Italian born actor/stuntman Felix Silla originally trained as a circus performer, and came to the United States in 1955, touring with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Show.
Silla is also very well known for his acting roles such as: Cousin It from the 1960's TV series The Addams Family, Lucifer from Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers sidekick Twiki from Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, the hanglider Ewok from Return of the Jedi and Emperor Penguin from Batman Returns.
Silla appeared in commercials for such companies as: McDonalds, Schwinn and T.W.A. Back to Top
www.dragoncon.org /people/sillaf.html   (115 words)

 Susan Graham: What's New
Mozart wrote Lucio Silla on commission for Milan's Teatro Regio Ducale in 1772 - his second opera for Milan, after Mitridate.
Silla's plotline is about the enlightenment of a tyrannical Roman dictator who eventually renounces his throne and frees his people, including two pairs of lovers reunited through his benevolence.
I did it in the early '90s and the day after the opening, lots of telephones were ringing with offers of future European engagements!
www.susangraham.com /new_release_santafe.htm   (623 words)

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Silla, sushi was fun, but next time, we'll only get the tiger one.
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 Mozart: Lucio Silla (Libretto - english)
Silla has dragged her off into his own house.
Is the glorious Silla of their number, too.
All Rome merrily exults and is jubilant for Silla,
www.impresario.ch /libretto/libmozluc_e.htm   (2691 words)

silla min eg verd bara ad segja ad tu og tommi erud eitt saetasta par sem eg hef sed, tvilik ast og einlaegni, lots of joy, gaman ad sja
Th ert einum of aedisleg elsku Silla mn...Goda skemmtun fyrir vestan, eg sit herna ein i vikinni...tja svona er tad:)
Eg bara elska tette lag elsku saeta Silla:)
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