Silla

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Sillas

신라s (新羅)
57 BC – 935 AD
Royal seal of Sillas
Royal seal
Pre-Later Silla at its height in 576
Pre-Later Silla at its height in 576
Capital Gyeongju (Geumseong, then Seorabeol)
Common languages Sillan language (Old Korean)
Religion
Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Shamanism (Sindo)
Government Monarchy
King  
• 57 BCE – 4
Hyeokgeose (first)
• 540–576
Jinheung
• 654–661
Muyeol
• 661–681
Munmu
• 681–692
Sinmun
• 927–935
Gyeongsun (last)
History  
• Establishment
57 BC
• Introduction of Buddhism
530
• Campaigns of King Jinheung
551–585
668–935
• Handover to the Goryeo
935 AD
Population
• 7th century[1]
894,680
• 8th century[1]
2,000,000
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Jinhan confederacy
Gojoseon
Goryeo
Today part of South Korea
North Korea
Silla
Hunminjeongeum
Hanja
Revised Romanization Silla
McCune–Reischauer Silla

Sillsa (57 BC[note 1] – 935 AD) (Template:Korean Template:IPA-ko) was a kingdom located in southern and central parts of the Korean Peninsula. Silla, along with Baekje and Goguryeo, formed the Three Kingdoms of Korea. After successfully uniting the three kingdoms of Korea, the nation became known as Sillas.

  1. ^ a b 박용운 (1996). 고려시대 개경연구 147~156쪽. 

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