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Regnum Tiosoniense

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Joseon (Hangul: 조선;, Haniā 朝鮮,etiam Tioson, Choson, Chosun[1]) fuit regnum conditum a Generalis Yi Songkye quod 5 saeculas durabat ex Iulii 1392 usque ad Octobrem 1897. Primum caput fuit Kaeson sed ad Seulum translatum . Neo-Confucianism cohortata erat doctrina Confucianismi. Autem Buddhismus dehortatus fuit. Adhunc Abcedarium Coreanis Hangul creatur a regno rege Seiong Magno.

Solarium creatum hoc tempore.

Emersit res nova Silhak (eruditio utilis) ubi docti suaserunt ut instituat examines muneris civilis, victigal imponat, scientia naturalis et agroculturae excolat. Ordo consiliatoris eruditionis et nobilis, yangbang genitur. Quamvis regnum debilatum ab incursionibus Iaponensis (1592–98) et Manchu 1636, ratio et regula seiuncti impositae est postea "Regnum Ermiticum" cognitum fuit. [2][3][4]Plerumque cultura coreanis hoc tempore nata est. Regnum in Octobris 1392, ipsum Imperium Coreanum declaravit.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Lee, Jun-gyu (이준규) (2009-07-22). "Formula:Citation error" (Korean). Newstown 
  2. Kim, Djun Kil (May 30, 2014). The History of Korea. ABC-CLIO. p. 125  "In theory Korea is a tributary, but in practice it is an independent monarchy."
  3. Han, Jong-woo (December 4, 2013). Understanding North Korea: Indigenous Perspectives. Lexington Books. p. 2  "Throughout the Goryeo and Joseon dynasties, independent statehood and unique culture were maintained"
  4. Han, Kyonghee; Downey, Gary (April 1, 2013). Engineers for Korea. Morgan & Claypool Publishers. p. 16  "Joseon would rule the peninsula for 500 years. Although technically independent of the Chinese empire, Joseon also accepted subordination as a tributary"

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