Ancient Japan's Korean Connection

@article{Farris1996AncientJK,
  title={Ancient Japan's Korean Connection},
  author={William Wayne Farris},
  journal={Korean Studies},
  year={1996},
  volume={20},
  pages={1 - 22}
}
This article analyzes relations among the peoples of the Korean peninsula and the Japanese archipelago between A.D. 350 and 700 from an archaeological perspective. Until recently, the international academic community was divided between those who advocated the "horserider theory" and those who argued that the Japanese court (located in the Kinai) controlled the three southern Korean states of Kaya, Paekche, and Shilla between 350 and 562. This work seeks a middle position consistent with all… 
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