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Maitreya Buddha, Three Kingdoms Period
Image by National Museum of Korea

Maitreya Buddha, Three Kingdoms Period

A detail of a gilt bronze statue of the Maitreya (coming) Buddha. Three Kingdoms Period, Korea, c. 600 CE. Height: 80 cm. (National Museum of Korea, Seoul, South Korea)
Later Three Kingdoms Period
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Later Three Kingdoms Period

A map showing the political geography of Korea during the Later Three Kingdoms period (889-935 CE).
Ancient Korea - The Three Kingdoms
Collection by Mark Cartwright

Ancient Korea - The Three Kingdoms

The Three Kingdoms period in ancient Korea from the 1st century BCE to 7th century CE actually saw four states dominate the peninsula: Silla, Gaya, Baekje, and Goguryeo. All shared similar characteristics of government and a highly stratified...
The Three Kingdoms - Yellow Turban Rebellion - Extra History - #1
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The Three Kingdoms - Yellow Turban Rebellion - Extra History - #1

The first episode in a series of short, animated documentaries chronicling the Three Kingdoms period of China's history.
The Three Kingdoms - The Battle of Guandu - Extra History - #2
Video by Extra Credits

The Three Kingdoms - The Battle of Guandu - Extra History - #2

The second episode in a series of short, animated documentaries chronicling the Three Kingdoms period of China's history
History of the Three Kingdoms: The Yellow Turban Rebellion Remake
Video by Tyler Valle

History of the Three Kingdoms: The Yellow Turban Rebellion Remake

Part of a series on the History of the Three Kingdoms.
Three Kingdoms - OverSimplified
Video by OverSimplified

Three Kingdoms - OverSimplified

A history of the Three Kingdoms by OverSimplified.
Korean History - Goguryeo Kingdom
Video by Vank prkorea

Korean History - Goguryeo Kingdom

Goguryeo was a powerful kingdom which ruled Northeast Korea during the Three Kingdoms period and was established in 37 BCE.
The Royal Tomb of King Muryeong
Video by K-HERITAGE

The Royal Tomb of King Muryeong

A surprising discovery was made in Gongju, Chungcheongnam-do on July 8, 1971. From the tomb of King Muryeong, several important national treasures were excavated, and moreover, it was the first ancient tomb that has been positively identified...
Korean Pottery and Ceramics
Video by The Korea Foundation

Korean Pottery and Ceramics

Ancient Korean pottery and ceramics are discussed in detail across kingdoms and time periods while explaining the intricacies of different types of pottery designs and forms.