This volume contains twelve studies on the history and archaeology of the Koguryŏ kingdom, which existed from the first century B.C. to 668, its territories encompassing the northern part of the Korean peninsula and much of southern Manchuria. The studies presented here were written by specialists in various disciplines, covering issues in Koguryŏ’s political history, its archaeological remains, its mortuary system and tomb art, and its place in historiography.
188 b&w and color figures, 37 maps
Early Korea Project Occasional Series
Distributed for Korea Institute, Harvard University
Editor: Byington, Mark E.;
Megha Amrith is a Research Fellow at the United Nations University Institute on Globalization, Culture and Mobility in Barcelona. She is an urban anthropologist of migration and has published on migrant labour, cultural diversity, care and citizenship in comparative contexts.
Mark E. Byington, founder and project director of the Early Korea Project at the Korea Institute, Harvard University, serves also as editor of Early Korea,
an edited serial publication focused on early Korean history and
archaeology. He is also the series editor for the Early Korea Project
Occasional Series. His primary research interest centers on the
formation and development of early Korean states, particularly Koguryŏ