Goryeo

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Kinrick o Goryeo
고려국 (高麗國)
918–1392
Banner o Goryeo
Ryal banner
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Ryal seal
(1370–1392)
Goryeo in 1374
Goryeo in 1374
Status Sovereign state
(918–1270, 1356–1392)

Vassal state o the Yuan dynasty
(1270–1356)
Caipital Main caipital:
Kaesong[lower-alpha 1]

Temporar caipitals:
Cheorwon
(918–919)
Ganghwa[lower-alpha 2]
(1232–1270)
Seoul[lower-alpha 3]
(1382–1383, 1390–1391)[2]
Common leids Middle Korean
Releegion Buddhism, Confucianism, Shamanism, Taoism
Govrenment Monarchy
Keeng/Emperor[lower-alpha 4]  
• 918–943
Taejo (first)
• 949–975
Gwangjong
• 981–997
Seongjong
• 1046–1083
Munjong
• 1351–1374
Gongmin
• 1389–1392
Gongyang (last)
Militar dictator  
• 1170–1174
Yi Ui-bang (first)
• 1174–1179
Jeong Jung-bu
• 1196–1219
Choe Chung-heon
• 1270
Im Yu-mu (last)
History  
• Coronation o Taejo
25 Julie 918
• Unification o the Later Three Kinricks
936
993–1019
1170–1270
1270–1356
• Abdication o Gongyang
12 Julie 1392
Population
• N/A
3,000,000–5,000,000[6]
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Balhae
Later Baekje
Later Goguryeo
Later Silla
Joseon
The day pairt o North Korea
Sooth Korea

Goryeo (고려; 高麗; [ko.ɾjʌ]; 918–1392), an aa spelled as Koryŏ, wis a Korean kinrick established in 918 bi Keeng Taejo.

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Alternate name(s): Gaegyeong (개경; 開京), Hwangdo (황도; 皇都), Junggyeong (중경; 中京), Songak (송악; 松獄), Songdo (송도; 松都), Songgyeong (송경; 松京), Wanggyeong (왕경; 王京)[1]
  2. Alternate name(s): Gangdo (강도; 江都)
  3. Alternate name(s): Namgyeong (남경; 南京), Yangju (양주; 楊州)
  4. The rulers o Goryeo war simultaneously keengs, emperors, an Sons o Heiven.[3][4] The fowert ruler, Gwangjong, wis exclusively an emperor an nae a keeng.[5] The rulers o Goryeo war demotit tae keengs beginnin in 1270 wi capitulation tae the Mongol Empire.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Korean History Society 2002, p. 15.
  2. 김재명. "남경(南京)". Encyclopedia of Korean Culture (in Korean). Academy of Korean Studies. Retrieved 14 March 2019. 
  3. Breuker 2010, p. 147.
  4. Em 2013, pp. 24–26.
  5. Breuker 2010, p. 157.
  6. Lee et al. 2014, p. 70.

Coordinates: 37°58′N 126°33′E / 37.967°N 126.550°E / 37.967; 126.550