Twelfth-Century Koryŏ Politics: The Rise of Han Anin and His Partisans

@article{Shultz1988TwelfthCenturyKP,
  title={Twelfth-Century Koryŏ Politics: The Rise of Han Anin and His Partisans},
  author={Edward J. Shultz},
  journal={Journal of Korean Studies},
  year={1988},
  volume={6},
  pages={3 - 38}
}
1 wo brief entries in the Koryösa delineate the contours of an era. For the twelfth month of 1122 the Koryösa notes that the king's uncle, Prince Po, was exiled to Kyöngsan-bu, Han Anin and Yi Chungyak were killed, and Mun Kongmi and nine others were banished to the provinces. ' Some forty-eight years later, in the autumn of 1 1 70, the Koryösa matter-of-factly states that "Kim Iyöng, Yi Chaksüng, Chöng So and others were summoned to the capital and given back their office land (chikchön)." At… Expand
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