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Table of Contents | August, 2005  Vol. 8   No.1 Previous Issue | Next Issue | Archive
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 Special Theme: General Issues in Ancient Korean History
1 Achievements and Future Tasks in the Field of Ancient Korean History
Chang Rho Moon
Int J Korean Hist. 2005;8(1):1-51.
      
53 Main Points of Contention in Terms of the Studies on Tan'gun and Kojosŏn
Bup Jong Cho
Int J Korean Hist. 2005;8(1):53-83.
      
85 Trends in Koguryŏ's Relationship with Paekche and Silla during the 4th-7th Centuries
Woon Yong Jung
Int J Korean Hist. 2005;8(1):85-127.
      
129 Characteristics and Changes in the Political System during the Three Kingdoms Era
Deog Jae Jeon
Int J Korean Hist. 2005;8(1):129-168.
      
169 The Cultural Characteristics of Korea's Ancient Kaya Kingdom
Taesik Kim
Int J Korean Hist. 2005;8(1):169-221.
      
 Articles
223 Korea and the Koreans in the Russian press of 1904-1905
Igor Ermachenko
Int J Korean Hist. 2005;8(1):223-242.
      
 Book Review
243 A New Challenge to the Study of the Political History of Chosŏn-Prof. Haboush's 『A Heritage of Kings: One Man's Monarchy in the Confucian World』
Sung Woo Kim
Int J Korean Hist. 2005;8(1):243-269.
      
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