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  The Three Kingdoms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The leaders of the kingdoms strove to reunite the empire and were therefore at constant warfare.
These three kingdoms were the Wei, in northern China, the Shu to the west, and the Wu in the east.
The Wei and Shu kingdoms were both centralized, legalist kingdoms, while the Wu kingdom was ruled by a confederation of the most powerful families of the area.
www.mnsu.edu /emuseum/prehistory/china/early_imperial_china/threekingdoms.html   (354 words)

  Three Kingdoms of Korea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Three Kingdoms of Korea were Goguryeo, Baekje and Silla, which dominated the Korean peninsula and parts of Manchuria for much of the 1st millennium CE.
The Three Kingdoms period in Korea is usually considered to run from the 1st century BCE until Silla's triumph over Goguryeo in 668, which marked the beginning of the North and South States period (남북국시대) of Unified Silla in the South and Balhae in the North.
In the 4th century, Buddhism was introduced to the peninsula and spread rapidly, briefly becoming the official religion of all three kingdoms.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Three_Kingdoms_of_Korea   (908 words)

 Three Kingdoms - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Three Kingdoms in 262, on the eve of the conquest of Shu.
The Three Kingdoms period (Simplified Chinese: 三国; Traditional Chinese: 三國; Pinyin: Sānguó) is a period in the history of China, part of an era of disunity called the Six Dynasties.
The term "Three Kingdoms" itself is somewhat of a mistranslation, since each state was eventually headed by an Emperor who claimed legitimate succession from the Han Dynasty, not by kings.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Three_Kingdoms   (3370 words)

 The Three Kingdoms - introducing China's great historical novel
To get down to specifics: "The Three Kingdoms" recreates the period between the disintegration of the Han dynasty in 168 AD and the subsequent re-unification of China under the Jin dynasty in 280 AD.
The middle reaches of the River Yangzi, bordering all three kingdoms, were the inevitable focus of many battles.
Kingdom of Wu The Kingdom of Wu lay south of the lower reaches of the Yangzi.
www.imperialtours.net /3kingdoms.htm   (1452 words)

 Three Kingdoms Era   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Historical records, such as the Samguk Sagi (History of the Three Kingdoms, written during the 12th century) and the Sui China Chronicles, indicate that the various kings of Paekche patronized the martial arts of Taekkyon and ssirum (a traditional Korean style of belt wrestling that only uses throws, not strikes).
Descriptions in documents from the Three Kingdoms Era, such as the Samguk Yusa, the oldest document of Korean history, show that during this era, Subak remained primarily a sport and recreational activity designed to improve physical fitness (although it was nonetheless still a formidable system of self-defense).
In the kingdom of Paekche, the military officers wore different colored belts to indicate their rank, and in Silla, they wore colored trim on their lapels as an additional indication of rank.
tkdtutor.com /02Taekwondo/TKDHistory/05Kingdoms.htm   (4187 words)

 Three Kingdoms - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Three Kingdoms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Sometimes the term is used to cover only the period 220 to 280 following the end of the Han dynasty when the Wei, Shu, and Wu fought for supremacy.
The period 317 to 581, known as the era of the Northern and Southern Dynasties, was characterized by political decentralization and the growing influence of Buddhism.
Of the three kingdoms which share the terrestrial globe between them, one alone was represented on the lunar and that the mineral.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Three+Kingdoms   (273 words)

 Nepal - The Three Kingdoms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Although all three ruling houses were related and periodically intermarried, their squabbles over miniscule territorial gains or ritual slights repeatedly led to warfare.
The three kingdoms lived a charmed life--isolated, independent, and quarreling in their mountain valley--as the systems around them became larger and more centralized.
In the west and the south of the three kingdoms, there were many petty states ruled by dynasties of warrior (Kshatriya) status, many claiming an origin among princely, or Rajput, dynasties to the south.
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 Palaeos Kingdoms: The Kingdoms of Life
These are the same two suggested by Linnaeus, and retained by esoteric systems of thought, such as Theosophy and Anthroposophy, and unified science and metaphysics paradigms like those of Arthur Young and Edward Haskell, all of whom added inanimate (e.g.
The progress of scientific knowledge has meant the increasing divergence of science from metaphysics, and in 1959 R. Whittaker replaced the unwieldy dichotomy of plant and animal kingdoms: animals, plants, Fungi, protista or protoctista, and Monera (bacteria and blue-green algae, with only a very simple, prokaryote, cellular structure).
Thus the diversity of life is seen to be far more complex than was envisaged, and familiar organisms like animals and plants are just a tiny proportion of all of the many different forms.
www.palaeos.com /Kingdoms/kingdoms.htm   (784 words)

Romance of The Three Kingdoms is one of the great chinese classics and is compiled into a semi-fictional literary masterpiece during the Ming Dynasty by Luo Guanzhong.
These three kingdoms were eventually reunited into the Jin Dynasty by Sima Yi's grandson Sima Yan in 280 AD with the Shu Kingdom being conquered by Wei in AD 263 and Wu in AD 280.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms is not only about the struggle and conflicts among the warlords, it is about loyalty, betrayal, courage, lust, determination, responsibilities, repaying the kindness of others and trust among people.
www.3kingdoms.net /intro.htm   (691 words)

 Romance of Three Kingdoms - by Luo Guanzhong - Table of Contents
ROTK, aka Three Kingdoms, is the most popular novel in Asia.
At Three Gorges, Zhou Yu Liberates The Fire.
Capturing Of Sun Hao, Three Kingdoms Becomes One.
www.threekingdoms.com   (2103 words)

 Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII for PlayStation 2 Review - PlayStation 2 Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII Review
Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII won't win any new converts to the strategy genre, but it's a good game that ought to please devotees of the series.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII attempts to make the strategizing a little more personal by incorporating more dramatic cutscenes and a new character relationship system that tracks who hates whom or which officer has married which maiden.
For decades, the three powerful kingdoms of the book's title--Wu, Wei, and Shu--vied politically and militarily for dominance, and it's this hostile climate in which Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII (like all previous games before it) is set.
www.gamespot.com /ps2/strategy/romanceofthe3kingdoms8/review.html   (1449 words)

 Ancient China: The Sui, 589-618
The Three Kingdoms 220-589 AD The decline and fall of the Later Han dynasty produced a long period of independent states each contending for hegemony over neighboring states; this period, in fact, lasted so long that the more or less uniform Chinese culture almost died out completely.
The Sui, 589-618 AD The chaos of the Three Kingdoms finally came to an end under the hand of Sui Wen-ti, a general of mixed blood.
He reunified the northern kingdoms, centralized the government, reformed the taxation structure, and conquered the south--all in a single lifetime.
www.wsu.edu /~dee/CHEMPIRE/SUI.HTM   (713 words)

 Three Kingdoms
Three Kingdoms, period of Chinese history from 220 to 265, after the collapse of the Han dynasty.
Disorders during the Three Kingdoms period included not only warfare between the Chinese states but also incursions into the north by the Hsiung-nu (Huns).
Tsin - Tsin or Chin, dynasty of China that ruled from 265 to 420, after the period of the Three Kingdoms.
www.factmonster.com /ce6/history/A0848609.html   (314 words)

 Korea - Three Kingdoms Period
The Koguryo Kingdom (37B.C.-A.D.668) was the first of the Korean kingdoms to be exposed to Chinese Han culture.
The excavations disclosed that the temples were built in a Koguryo style known as "three Halls-one Pagoda," with each hall in the east, west and north, and an entrance gate in the south.
Each pagoda and hall appear to have been surrounded by covered corridors, giving the appearance of three separate temples of a style called "one Hall-one Pagoda." The pagoda at the center was found to have been made of wood, while the other two were made of stone.
www.asianinfo.org /asianinfo/korea/arc/three_kingdoms_period.htm   (1003 words)

 History of Korea, part I
Koguryo occupied the northern part of the peninsula from the Chinese border to the Han River, while Silla and Baekche dominated the southern regions.
All three kingdoms were heavily influenced by China, and Buddhism was introduced to Koguryo in 372.
Like other kingdoms before it, Koryo was also subject to internal strife and external threats, most notably from the Mongols who had taken over China.
www.lifeinkorea.com /Information/history1.cfm   (551 words)

 Romance of the Three Kingdoms IX for PlayStation 2 Review - PlayStation 2 Romance of the Three Kingdoms IX Review
The ancient text Romance of the Three Kingdoms details the period of military and political turmoil that befell Ancient China in the second and third centuries AD, which occurred after the fall of the Han Dynasty.
The game, as you might imagine, is based on this same period and casts you in the role of an aspiring ruler who's attempting to quell opposing factions so that he or she can ultimately unify the warring states of China (under one banner, of course).
If all of this sounds a little abstract, well, it is. The gameplay in Romance IX (as in the whole series) mostly consists of managing lots of numbers and maps, which are populated by little squares that represent your territory and that of your enemies.
www.gamespot.com /ps2/strategy/romanceofthethreekingdomsix/review.html   (1620 words)

 The Three Kingdoms - Korea
Thus, all Three Kingdoms developed highly sophisticated state organizations on the Korean Peninsula, adopting Confucian and Buddhist hierarchical structures with the king at the pinnacle.
The Three Kingdoms were competing with each other in strengthening Buddhist-Confucian state power, in effort toward serious territorial expansion.
A late-comer to statehood, Shilla was finally able to defeat the other two kingdoms, but was unable to control the whole territory of Koguryo which extended to Manchuria.
www.asianinfo.org /asianinfo/korea/history/three_kingdoms.htm   (1107 words)

 The game of three kingdoms: A chinese Chess Variant
Three player variants of the game are already mentioned in Murray's History of Chess, in 1913.
Two slightly different three player chess variants are The Game of Three Kingdoms (of which this game seems to be a variant with a somewhat different board) and The Game of Three Friends.
The area in the middle of the board is never occupied; these lines only signify lines that are crossed by the pieces of a player when the move from one of the three `players areas' of the board to another.
www.chessvariants.com /d.photo/chin3pl.html   (429 words)

 Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII Review - PlayStation 2
Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII is a turn-based strategic warfare game from KOEI that delves into historical battles for China in the second century.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII is as much about the set-up to a battle, as it is to the battle itself.
Three Kingdoms VIII contains a host of new features, all designed to simplify what is a complex game, but to put the player squarely into the battle.
ps2.gamezone.com /gzreviews/r21999.htm   (1290 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Romance of the Three Kingdoms Vol 1 (Tuttle Classics of Asian Literature): Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
ROMANCE OF THE THREE KINGDOMS is Lo Kuan-chung's retelling of the events attending the fall of the Han Dynasty in 220 AD, one of the most tumultuous and fascinating periods in Chinese history.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms is a fantastic story about the struggle of the Han empire.
The first novel concentrates on the rise of the "Three Kingdoms" period, which begins life as a strategy for balancing power between the three main rivals.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/0804834679   (923 words)

 Amazon.com: Three Kingdoms: Chinese Classics (Classic Novel in 4-Volumes): Books: Luo Guanzhong,Moss Roberts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Three Kingdoms is the tale (part historical, part legend and myth) of the fall of the Later Han Dynasty of China.
The Liu family in the Shu kingdom led by Liu Bei, The Cao family in Wei led by Cao Cao, and the Sun family in Wu eventually led by Sun Quan.
Three Kingdoms is the number 2 bestseller in the history of mankind after King James Bible.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/7119005901?v=glance   (1381 words)

 Exploring Africa -> Students-> Early African History-> West African kingdoms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Kingdom of Ghana is generally given the dates 9th to the 13th century CE by historians.
At the time of the Kingdom of Ghana, gold was traded for salt that came down from the Sahara desert.
The Kingdom of Mali came to control the gold trade that the Kingdom of Ghana had controlled before it, but it also expanded its trading in many ways.
exploringafrica.matrix.msu.edu /curriculum/lm7/stu_7aactivitythree.html   (1854 words)

 The Three Kingdoms: History of China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Thus the confrontation of three rival powers came into being and China entered the period of the Three Kingdoms, the golden age of chivalry in history.
Although the wars continued during this period, each of the kingdoms highly concentrated on the reorganization of the government and the rebuilding of the social order and economy.
Later, Jin overturned Wu, the last surviving kingdom in 280 and brought an end to the Three Kingdoms Period.
www.travelchinaguide.com /intro/history/three_kingdoms   (623 words)

 Ancient Egypt
1786 Middle Kingdom (q.v) collapses in the face of invasions from the east.
The time between unification of the country in about 3100 BC and the start of the Old Kingdom is known as the Protodynastic Period.
The three kingdoms were separated by periods of foreign domination and civil disorder.
www.geocities.com /Axiom43/oldegypt.html   (375 words)

 Classic Chinese Literature: Romance of the Three Kingdoms
The "Romance of the Three Kingdoms" is a historical fiction of epic proportions written in the fourteenth century.
It narrates events occurring in the second half of the second century when the ruling Han dynasty was crumbling and China was divided into three competing kingdoms.
One of the kingdoms was lead by Liu Bei, a descendant for the Han nobility with the strongest claim for legitimacy in the pursuit for power.
www.yellowbridge.com /literature/threekingdoms.html   (490 words)

 Korean History: A Bibliography [Three Kingdoms]
"Historical Transition of the Three Kingdoms." Korea Journal 6:4 (April 1966): 4-9.
"Illness and Healing in the Three Kingdoms Period: A Symbolical Interpretation." Korea Journal 21:12 (December 1981): 4-12.
Gardiner, K.H.J. "Korea in Transition: Notes on the Three Later Kingdoms (900-36)." Papers on Far Eastern History 36 (September 1987): 139-161.
www.hawaii.edu /korea/bibliography/three_kingdoms.htm   (1364 words)

 Romance of the Three Kingdoms X > Review
I remember the original Romance of the Three Kingdoms, or at least the first one I can recall appearing on American soil.
Now in its 10th outing, Romance of the Three Kingdoms has changed greatly since the NES era; no longer a pure stat-and-resource game, it is now impossible to “run the table” like that, since the game is far more story-laden and far more complex, almost reaching toward RPG-ish aspirations.
Visit the Romance of the Three Kingdoms X gamepage for more articles relating to this game.
web1.dignews.com /review.php?story_id=10944   (752 words)

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