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|Ein gesonderter Zweig der [Kao-]Kou-li richtete sein Land abhängig vom kleinen |
Fluss ein; deswegen nennt man sie die „Mo vom kleinen Fluss". Sie produzieren
gute Bogen, die sogenannten „Mo- Bogen"!  Zu Beginn [der Regierungszeit] ...
|dependants of the (Kao-) kou-li "1^51*) M-n If this is true of the Wei or Wei-mo |
living south of Wu-chii — and it should be remembered that according to HHS,
Lieh-chuan 75, the Wei-mo were already allies of Kao-kou-li in the period 118-
|As described there, Fu-yii was in eastern Manchuria, around modern Ch'ang-ch'|
un; Kao-kou-li was farther east and south. A separate group of Wei-mo were said
to be part way down the east coast of the Korean peninsula. Apart from the ...
|As recorded in the "History of Kao-kou-li," in Wei Shu (written 551–554), the story |
is as follows: "Kao-kou-li was founded by the Fu-yii, who called their ancestor
Chu Meng. Chu Meng's mother was a daughter of Ho-po (Lord of the Yellow
|Kokuri, Korean Koguryo): Kao-kou-li was founded by the Fu-yii, who called their |
ancestor Chu Meng. Chu Meng's mother was a daughter of Ho-po (Lord of the
Yellow River). Imprisoned in a room by the king of Fu-yii she was touched by the
Alessandra Pozzi, Juha Antero Janhunen, Michael Weiers - 2006 - Preview
|Zum Ende der Han-Zeit usurpierte dieses Gebiet ein Mann von Fu-yü aus der |
Familie Kao ßj und änderte den Namen des Landes in Kao-kou-li ftj'oJÜ [
Koguryö, 1. Jh. v. Chr. - 668 n. Chr.]. Man nannte es auch Kao-li [Koryö]. Li Chi38
^W] aus ...
|When Wei-man conquered Chao-hsien, they had to acknowledge his suzerainty; |
then their territory was incorporated in the eastern commanderies of the Hans;
finally they were absorbed by the Kao-kou-li. It would seem that they were a ...
|The newly discovered tombs with wall paintings of the Kao-kou-li S5*jB dynasty, |
ACASA 6(1952).5-17. 107. Studies of Noin-Ula finds in north Mongolia, Tokyo,
1960. 108. Gilt bronze shoes and crowns of the period of the Three Kingdoms in
|The. Newly. Discovered. Tombs. with. Wall. Paintings. of. the. Kao-kou-li. Dynasty|
. Dr. Suyeji Umehara Professor of Archaeology, Kyoto University A mong
investigations of ancient sites made by Japanese scholars in the Korean /-\
|(1938) Tung-kou, Volume 1: The ancient site of Kao-kou-li in Chi- an district, |
Tung-hua province, Manchoukuo. Tokyo: Nichiman Bunka Kyokai. (in Japanese
with English summary) Kidder, J.E. (1972) Early Buddhist Japan. London:
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